Rouge Trailer

Rouge Trailer (1988)

07 January 1988 Fantasy, Drama, Sci-Fi 96 mins

Fleur is the blue angel in one of Hong Kong's "flower houses" - bordellos and night clubs of the 1930's. A detached and beautiful performer, she falls in love with Twelfth Master Chan, heir to a chain of pharmacies. They agree to a suicide pact. Jump ahead 50 years to modern Hong Kong: Fleur's ghost appears in Yuen's newspaper office, wanting to place an ad to find Chan, who never arrived in the afterlife. Yuen, and his equally bewildered girlfriend, An Chor, are captivated by Fleur and her story.

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Anita Mui

as Fleur

Leslie Cheung

as Chan Chen-Pang

Emily Chu

as Ah Chor

Kara Hui

as Actress Portraying Ghost

Chia Yung Liu

as Movie Director

Sin Hung Tam

as Chen-Pang's mother

Yin Tse

as Brothel patron

Irene Wan

as Shu-Hsien

Yue Wong

as Ho Hsi


Jackie Chan

Jackie Chan Producer

Leonard Ho

Leonard Ho Producer

Siu-Tin Lei

Original Music Composer

Bill Wong

Bill Wong Cinematography

International Titles

Rouge Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 07 January 1988

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