There is a Secret in my Soup
Director Yeung Chi Gin
Cinematography Chim Ang-Hum
Country Hong Kong
Genre Horror, Thriller
|Release date 2001 (2001)|
Writer Yeung Chi Gin, Siu Jat Ming
Screenplay Yeung Chi Gin, Siu Jat Ming
Cast Michael Wong (Police officer), Hugo Ng Doi-Yung (Rocky Li), Gabriel Harrison (Joe), Timothy Zao (Fei), Cherry Chan Chiu-Chiu (Maggie Chan), Angela Tong (Pat)
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Tagline Based on a true story. Hong Kong's most disturbing film ever.
There is a Secret in my Soup (Chinese: 人頭豆腐湯; pinyin: Ren tou dou fu shang) is a 2001 Hong Kong horror film directed by Yeung Chi Kin and based on the Hello Kitty murder.
There is a secret in my soup 2001 movie review
On BeyondHollywood.com, James Mudge said the film "is truly the dreg of the Category III genre. It’s a poorly made and boring mess that aims for both titillation and horror, but fails badly on both counts."
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