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Troublesome Night 2

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Troublesome Night 2

Troublesome Night 2
Directed by Herman Yau
Produced by Nam Yin
Written by Kenneth Lau
Chang Kwok-tse
Music by Mak Jan-hung
Cinematography Joe Chan
Editing by Chan Kei-hop
Studio Win's Entertainment Ltd.
Nam Yin Production Co., Ltd.
Distributed by China Star Entertainment Group
Release date(s)
Running time 96 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Troublesome Night 2 is a 1997 Hong Kong horror comedy film produced by Nam Yin and directed by Herman Yau. It is the second of the 19 films in the Troublesome Night film series.


The film consists of three stories. The first is about a girl who calling a radio station for advice and comfort after her boyfriend died in a tragic incident. One of the DJs insensitively suggests that she should commit suicide to join her boyfriend. She heeds his suggestion and the DJ feels guilty when her ghost returns to haunt him. The second story is about a group of friends on a sea voyage who encounter strange events after they rescue a mysterious woman from a boat wreckage. The third story is about another DJ who quits his job after the untimely deaths of his colleagues. He becomes a street racer and stumbles upon a sinister spirit on the road.


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Hong Kong Movie DataBase
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