The Sleep Curse is a Hong Kong horror film directed by Herman Yau. The film goes back and forth between 1942 and 1990 between a family, with neuroscientist Lam Sik-ka (Anthony Wong) and his father Lam Sing (also Wong) serving as translators for the Japanese forces. The occupation of Hong Kong. Sing has concealed that in his past he failed to save a laid-back woman (Michelle Wai) from oppression by the occupiers. Sik-ka then learns that his father's death was caused by a curse applied by this woman and will eventually haunt him.
Wong has announced that The Curse of Sleep will be his last performance in horror and thriller films, saying he doesn't enjoy doing them anymore.
At the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Erica Li spoke about the themes of the film, stating that the film was to "speak for the women, [...] Especially for those who cannot speak for themselves, like the victims of the war. This topic was trying to tell the world that some justice is still undone Wong has announced that The Curse of Sleep will be his last performance in horror and thriller films, saying he doesn't enjoy doing them anymore.
• Ian Ziering as Fin Shepard • Tara Reid as April Wexler • Cassie Scerbo as Nova Clarke • Billy Barratt as Gil Shepard, Jr.
There isn't a single person on the planet who hasn't heard of this film. The cast also does an excellent job in their parts. Before you read this review and before I give you any spoilers about the plot, I strongly advise you to watch the film. The plot is well-crafted, the pacing is excellent, and all of the performers provide outstanding performances. Because of how excellent The Sleep Curse (2017) was, The Sleep Curse (2017) film stands out in my mind. Maybe The Sleep Curse (2017)'s because I wasn't expecting The Sleep Curse (2017). I strongly advise everyone to watch this film; you will not be disappointed.
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