Dei yuk dai sup gau tsang

Synopsis: A nightmare begins when Rain, a young and beautiful university student, receives an SMS on her mobile phone - "Do you know what the 19th Gate of Hell is?" The same cryptic text message goes...
Genre: Thriller

(97 University New Year Party)

Happy New Year...

It's yours.

My voice will be with you everywhere.

You hear me in your parents

as your teacher, your friends,

even as the rain and wind.

What? Take this for me.

All right.

Stop it.

Stairs after stairs,

don't they have a lift?

God, so many stairs!

Eva, hurry up.

You're so slow and stop sending SMS.

Let's go. Save it.

I need a facial later.

You guys stop picking on her!

Hey Mandy.

You sure we've the

permission to move here?

Yes, they never let students move in here.

Why did the supervisor agree?

Go and ask Eva.

Eva, can you stop for a minute?

What? Mandy told him that...

this is our last Summer here.

And we want to live together.

Oh yes, he told us

to keep a lower profile.

Don't let others know

he treats us special.

Those numbers are smaller.

Room 13 should be over there.

Let's go...

This is it.

So dusty.

Open the windows. So dazzling.

It's spacious. Yes.

I want this bed.

You sleep in that one.

It's mine, no way.

Come over.

Eva, come over, you sleep here.

You're so nice.

You want the upper or lower bunk?

Upper bunk.

I'll take the lower bunk then.

There's only one study desk.

You use it. I'll be in the lab at night.

Who drew this? So inconsiderate.

How to wash it off?

Only one wardrobe.

What? That's not enough space for me.

You've got another SMS?

Are you on those SMS dating game? No

What are you playing?

Return these please.


It's photo time.

Let's see. One More?

You've a new voice message.

See you at the Ghost Tower, Rain.

End of voice message.

I'm waiting for you at Ghost Tower


Eva, what are you doing?

I want to take a photo

in front of the Ghost Tower.

Help me.

Stop fooling around, let's go back.

Rain, please.

We'd better leave now.

Thanks for your care all along.

I'll never forget you.

Don't you forget me too.

What are you doing?

You're acting strange lately.

What's wrong?

I... went into the Ghost Tower.

No way. What for?

It's just a deserted school hall.

Nothing special.

Aren't you studying for your exams?

You should go back.

And you?

I'll walk around, will be back soon.

Alright, be careful.

(Welcome to the 19th level of Hell.)

Students, exam will be over in 15 minutes.

I'll be there. I'll always be with you.


After open this door,

you'll see what you desire.

What you are hearing now...

is belongs to you.

We will see another door.

Open it slowly.

We will come back then.

I'll count to 5.

I don't get it.

Dr. Yan, why do I see those things?

It's simple. We will see things

that we've never experienced in our minds.

You're like a computer

overloaded with information

and need time to compress them

and set yourself free.

But philosophers all agree

reality is what we've in our minds.

Do you believe that?

I do. Good.

In our minds,

we are able to create a false reality.

Dr. Yan, how many times

do I have to see you?

Getting tired of me so soon?

Of course not.

Well, Rain.

The school wants me to treat you,

so you can forget the Eva incident.

If so, the school should seriously

investigate the incident, not like now.

Sorry, your time is up for today.

See you later. This way out.

Violet, next. Yes sir.

Are you okay? Mandy, It's your turn.

Why don't you wait for me

and we'll go back together.

Hold on.

Live at 9th floor?


I've something to ask you.

Was I really awful to Eva?

Don't think that. Eva won't mind.

Miss, where's Room 13? This one.

You two were roommates in year one.

But in year two,

what happened between you two?

Rain, I've never had any closed friends.

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