(Yee do hung gain)
Director: Law Chi-leung
Screenplay : Derek Yee, Law Chi-leung, Yeung Sin-ling
Cinematographer: Keung Kwok-man
Editing: Kwong Chi-leung
Art Director: William Chang, Lim Chung Man
Music: Peter Kam
Cast.: Leslie Cheung, Karena Lam, Maggie Poon, Waise Lee, Valerie Chow, Norman Chu, Samuel Lam
Production: Derek Yee, Filmko Pictures
35 mm, color, 100 min,
OV Cantonese with English and French electronic subtitles
Doctor Jim Law’s patient Yan is a young woman haunted by ghostly visions. The psychiatrist does not believe in supernatural, and thinks her fears are the expression of her subconscious. While he reads her diary, he finds out that her parents divorced and did not take care of her. An idyllic relationship starts between the doctor and his patient, but such relationship between a doctor and his patient cannot be sound. Yan, who started to feel better, gets ghostly hallucinations again and tries to commit suicide. Law goes to Yan’s flat. He hears strange noise coming from the bathroom. Now, he sees a ghost at the window and later sees twice the ghost of a young college girl who used to be his girl-friend.
Inner Sense stands in between a traditional ghost film and a horror psychological thriller. It allows us to better discover Leslie Cheung’s eclectic carrier. It has a special meaning since it is the last film in which he acted.