Uncompromising, stylish and filled with unexpected twists, Dream Home is a bold departure into the slasher genre for Pang Ho-Cheung, one of Hong Kong's most acclaimed young directors. Combining visceral horror and darkly topical satire, this multi-award-winning film stars Josie Ho, Cantopop star Eason Chan, Michelle Ye and Laurence Chou, and is featured here in stunning High Definition.
As a child, Cheng Lai-Sheung could see Hong Kong's famed Victoria Harbour from her apartment. As time passed, the old buildings in front of her home were demolished to make way for a huge residential project that now blocks out her cherished harbour. She vows to save enough money for a new apartment with a magnifi cent sea view, but despite working hard in several jobs she soon realises that she will never be able to afford her heart's desire. Then, suddenly, it dawns on her: to get what she wants, she must take matters into her own hands – even if that means getting them seriously bloody...
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The film is a very entertaining take on the social background of the HK real estate business. It's hilariously gory and this release does not fade to black during the suffocation scene as e.g. the HK or Austrian releases. Great value for a good price, maybe the best version currently available.
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