GenreFantasy, Horror, Mystery Duration CountryHong Kong
Release date1 June 2001 (2001-06-01) AwardsHong Kong Film Award for Best Cinematography CastEason Chan (Peter Wong Choi), Shu Qi (June/ Wong Siu-Kam), Anthony Wong (Wong-Lin), Sam Lee (Simon), James Wong (Lo Kit), Yiu-Cheung Lai (Peter's Brother) Similar moviesThe Wolf of Wall Street, Next Door, Love, Black Swan, The Boy Next Door, Nymphomaniac: Vol. I
Visible secret 2001
Visible Secret is a 2001 Hong Kong horror comedy film directed by Ann Hui, starring Eason Chan, Shu Qi, Anthony Wong, Sam Lee, James Wong, Wayne Lai, Kara Hui, Tony Liu and Cheung Tat-ming.
Peter, a hairdresser, meets June, a nurse, at the disco one night and she becomes his girlfriend. She claims to have a spiritual "third eye" which allows her to see ghosts. As they become closer to each other, Peter starts to encounter visions of ghosts. After a vacation at a holiday resort, June befriends a boy in the neighbourhood. One day, Peter and June visit the boy at his house, and Peter is horrified to see that the boy's mother is under attack by two vicious ghosts, who are fighting for possession of her body. The boy is later found dead. Meanwhile, Peter's father commits suicide in hospital under strange circumstances.
Peter becomes suspicious of June and wants to break up with her, even when she tries to warn him that he is being targeted by a "headless ghost". When Peter's best friend, Simon, tells him that he was indeed possessed, Peter regains his trust in June and they start unraveling the mystery together by tracking down details of a horrific accident that happened at Sai Wan two decades ago. Peter's father had accidentally bumped into a man and caused the man to fall onto a railway, where he was knocked down by an incoming tram and was decapitated. The man is the "headless ghost" and he is seeking revenge on Peter and his father.