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Leslie Cheung (Actor) | Karena Lam (Actor) | Norman Tsui (Actor) | Waise Lee (Actor)
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Inner Senses (2002) (DVD) (2021 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
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All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.6 out of 10 (43)

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Directed by Law Chi Leung and produced by Derek Yee, the psychological horror Inner Senses offers the perfect blend of mystery and romance. Leslie Cheung, in his final film, stars as a psychiatrist treating a patient, played by Karena Lam, who believes she can see ghosts.
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Product Title: Inner Senses (2002) (DVD) (2021 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) 異度空間 (2002) (DVD) (2021再版) (香港版) 异度空间 (2002) (DVD) (2021再版) (香港版) Inner Senses (2002) (DVD) (2021 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version) Inner Senses (2002) (DVD) (2021 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Leslie Cheung (Actor) | Karena Lam (Actor) | Norman Tsui (Actor) | Waise Lee (Actor) | Valerie Chow (Actor) | Maggie Poon (Actor) 張 國榮 (Actor) | 林嘉欣 (Actor) | 徐少強 (Actor) | 李子雄 (Actor) | 周嘉玲 (Actor) | 潘 美琪 (Actor) 张 国荣 (Actor) | 林嘉欣 (Actor) | 徐少强 (Actor) | 李子雄 (Actor) | 周嘉玲 (Actor) | Maggie Poon (Actor) 張國榮(レスリー・チャン) (Actor) | 林嘉欣(カリーナ・ラム) (Actor) | 徐少強(チョイ・シウキョン) (Actor) | 李子雄(レイ・チーホン) (Actor) | 周嘉玲(チャウ・カーリン) (Actor) | Maggie Poon (Actor) 장국영 (Actor) | Karena Lam (Actor) | Norman Tsui (Actor) | Waise Lee (Actor) | Valerie Chow (Actor) | Maggie Poon (Actor)
Director: Law Chi Leung 羅志良 罗志良 羅志良(ロー・チーリョン) Law Chi Leung
Writer: Derek Yee | Yeung Sin Ling | Law Chi Leung 爾 冬陞 | 楊倩玲 | 羅志良 尔 冬升 | 杨倩玲 | 罗志良 爾冬陞(イー・トンシン) | Yeung Sin Ling | 羅志良(ロー・チーリョン) Derek Yee | Yeung Sin Ling | Law Chi Leung
Release Date: 2021-03-24
Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Place of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 5.1
Disc Format(s): DVD, DVD-5
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Rating: IIB
Duration: 100 (mins)
Publisher: CN Entertainment Ltd.
Package Weight: 120 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1100473484

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監製:爾冬陞 導演:羅志良

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Professional Review of "Inner Senses (2002) (DVD) (2021 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)"

March 17, 2006

This professional review refers to Inner Senses (US Version)

2002 may become the revolutionary year for Hong Kong horror film genre. Released little earlier than The Eye, Inner Senses is another well constructed horror film that totally beats the mediocre and declining Troublesome Night series or its successors.

Similar to The Eyes in which both of them are probably inspired by the Hollywood blockbuster The Sixth Sense, it has a "ghost seeing" plot. Yan (Karena Lam) believes she sees dead people. Her doctor Wilson (Waise Lee), who is also her brother-in-law, refers her to his friend, a psychiatrist called Jim (Leslie Cheung). Jim diagnoses that it is all her illusions and cures her successfully. After Yan is recovered, Jim soon realizes he is suffering from what Yan used to suffer, he sees ghost himself! Eventually, he finally figures out that everything seems to be related to his unforgotten past...

Based on the experience of Double Tap, we should be aware that director Bruce Law likes to deal with his subject matter in a serious and professional manner. In Double Tap, he hired professional guns experts to teach Leslie Cheung and Alex Fong the proper way of loading and handling guns. In this film, the dialogues remind us of this professionalism again. Leslie Cheung's dialogues as a psychiatrist appear plausible, yet Law also managed not to throw in a lot of medical terms to baffle us. I am certain he has spent a lot of time to consult with real medical professionals and ensure that every dialogue and medical procedure in the film look feasible.

Compared to the narrative strategy of Double Tap, this film shows enormous improvement. Law's depiction of characters in Double Tap lacks complex emotions. Psychological conflicts of the characters are hardly seen. In this film, although I wouldn't say it is perfect, the minds of the characters are portrayed in a much more visually engaging and subtle way. Law learned to give life to the characters by enriching their behaviours. Unlike the empty minded Rick (Leslie Cheung in Double Tap) who is always sitting there and crying, Jim has a way more complicated mind, and it is revealed to us through his dialogues, the decoration of his home, what he hides deep in his bookshelf...

Leslie Cheung's portrayal as the collapsed psychiatrist is extraordinary. He proves to us that he is not restricted to action or love story only. His range is much wider actually. Besides Cheung, the most interesting character is Norman Tsui. His character is exceedingly original and full of potentials to expand. It is too bad to see that he does not share too much screening time there.

The biggest problem of this film is that, it starts out brilliantly and promising but ends up deteriorating. The second half of this film is a total degression. To me, the theme of this film looks solid and clear at first. A hypothesis is constructed gradually in the first half - there is no ghost in the world. However, when Jim's problem arises, this hypothesis begins to shake. When the ghost pops up at last, it completely destroys what the director originally planned to convey. The inconsistent treatment of its theme is very distracting. Moreover, the image of the ghost looks significantly identical to the ghost in Ring 0 - Birth, even the wacky bone cracking noise is exactly duplicated, which is a deep disappointment.

In terms of the consistency of the subject matter and the ability of the director, Inner Senses is not a satisfactory work. Nevertheless, the professionalism and the enthusiasm of the production crew is well worth recognized and acknowledged.

VCD (HK version) - Horror films always contain noir style cinematography, it is not easy to identify the darkened objects on the screen easily. For the sake of a better image quality, the DVD version seems to be an inevitable choice.

Cool guy(s) - Leslie Cheung

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Customer Review of "Inner Senses (2002) (DVD) (2021 Reprint) (Hong Kong Version)"

Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8.6 out of 10 (43)

craig s.
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March 31, 2007

This customer review refers to Inner Senses (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
1 people found this review helpful

Definately a film to watch! Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
I made the mistake of watching this film shortly after breaking up with my girlfriend. I really wasn't scared, frightened or shocked by what I saw in the film; however, I felt miserable for days afterward about this movie. I do credit it for giving me a reason to go back and work things out with my girlfriend and get back together... Thank you Leslie for doing that for me!

I admit there were "dead" parts in the movie where it seemed to lag. Sure, some of the effects aren't up to "Hollywood" standards. However, I still believe that it's a really good movie compared to what else is out there. I would even say it holds it's own to this day, five years after it was made. There is no effort to make sure a sequel can be made or that the ghosts come back to haunt someone else, like in most horror films. This is just a film that carves it's own nitch and tells it's story.

I must say that the psychological aspects of the characters and how they interacted with each other was definately well done. You really could pick up on the central themes of the story, which I wouldn't say was all about "ghosts"; but pain, loss and making amends with others. Some couldn't do this, like Yan's apartment manager. However, the central characters were able to at least try. For me, when Jim was on the rooftop with Yu for the final scene, I really could understand what he was going through and it felt so real that I did forget it was a movie I was watching.

Now when I watch it (it's only one of three foreign films I own) I really do treasure it as it is Leslie Cheung's last film. However, now it's more bittersweet as it seems somewhat that his personal deamons showed up in this film. It is truly a loss not to have him around... RIP Leslie Cheung.
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Phoenix Lin
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March 20, 2007

This customer review refers to Inner Senses (US Version)
Loses momentum Customer Review Rated Bad 3 - 3 out of 10
The first 30-45 minutes of the movie shows potential for a good scare, which included some good creep out moments. However it is when the story re-centers itself around Leslie's character that this movie begins to fall apart. Leslie's character's haunt actually saps the scare out of the show & as the end unfolded with a poorly costumed ghost, it became laughable. Acting/performance was top notch but almost seemed in vain since half the viewers (at least in my camp) were stifling giggles, rolling their eyes or taking bathroom breaks during the conclusion. You may want to "pass" on purchasing this DVD.
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November 7, 2004

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great movie!!! Customer Review Rated Bad 9 - 9 out of 10
my cousin had the movie and when I saw, it was really good. I ddin't get scared by any of the ghost parts, but I thought the ending was pretty sad and good when the guy's old girlfriend came to talk to him
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April 1, 2004

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His latest ... Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
is also his last movie with him. The coincidence of his death compare with the movie have shocked me !
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January 18, 2004

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WOA Customer Review Rated Bad 10 - 10 out of 10
DON'T watch this...IT'LL SCARE U TO DEATH!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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