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Movie Name: Re-cycle
Casting By: Angelica Lee - Tsui Ting-Yin (as Lee Sinje)
Ekin Cheng
Released: July 1, 2006
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 108 min.
Rating:
Director(s): The Pang Brothers
Producer(s): Sa-Nga Chatchairungruang, Alvin Lam, Oxide Pang Chun, Danny Pang
Writer(s): The Pang Brothers, Cub Chin, Sam Lung, Thomas Pang
Distribution: Matching Motion Pictures, Universe Entertainment
U.S. Box Office:
Country: Hong Kong, Thailand
Language: Mandarin, Cantonese
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Re-cycle (Cantonese: 鬼域 Gwai wik) is a 2006 horror film directed by the Pang Brothers and starring Angelica Lee. The film was the closing film in the Un Certain Regard program at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival. It was also a reunion for Pangs and the actress Lee, who starred in the Pang's 2002 hit, The Eye. It is a Hong Kong/Thai co-production.

Ting-yin, a young novelist, is struggling to come up with a followup to her best-selling trilogy of romance novels. She hasn't even started on the book yet and her agent has already announced that the next title, The Recycle, will deal with the supernatural.

After drafting her first chapter, she stops and deletes the file from her computer. She then starts seeing strange, unexplainable things and finds that she is experiencing the supernatural events that she described in her novel-to-be.

Ting-yin finds herself in a parallel universe where abandoned things end up, including aborted fetuses, which combined with the portrayal of the main character's personal demons regarding her own aborted child leads some critics to believe the film carries an anti-abortion message. "That just happens to be one of the topics in the movie. We are not out to say if abortion is right or wrong", Oxide Pang said in one interview.

 
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