3D effects to wow audiences of 'House That Never Dies'

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Hong Kong actor Francis Ng Chun Yu said that the 3D effects in the coming Chinese thriller, "The House That Never Dies," will wow theater-goers.

The press conference of "House That Never Dies" in Beijing on July 6th, 2014 [Photo: CRI Online]


"Hello. I'm Francis Ng Chun Yu. I played two roles in the film, namely Huo Lianxiu and Zhao Yitang. Stories happening in 1910s are more like stage play; while the stories happening in modern time are more close to real life because the people that I contact with are from publishing house. The have their ways of expressing themselves. It's a 3D thriller film. I hope audiences could feel the thrilling better."

Raymond Yip, the movie's director, was joined by Yu and actor Tony Yang from Taiwan at a press conference for the film in Beijing on July 4th.

The film also stars actress Ruby Lin from Taiwan, who plays the lead.

The 3D thriller is based on the legendary mansion at No. 81 on Chaoyangmennei Street in Beijing, which local legend says is haunted by the ghost of a Kuomintang official's wife, who committed suicide in the home around the time of the Cultural Revolution.

The film follows Xu Ruoqing (Ruby Lin), a woman whose presence in the notorious mansion draws up the spirits that have taken residence there.

"The House That Never Dies" haunts screens in China on July 18th.

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