Dream Home

Synopsis: Cheng Li-sheung is a young, upwardly mobile professional finally ready to invest in her first home. But when the deal falls through, she is forced to keep her dream alive - even if it means keeping her would-be neighbors dead.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror
Director(s): Ho-Cheung Pang
Production: EDKO Film
  3 wins & 7 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

A 2007's survey shows that

the average monthly income of

Hong Kong people is HK$10,100.

But there are still 24% people

not up to that line yet.

Since the handover,

Hong Kong people's income has

increased by 1%.

But in 2007 alone,

house prices shot up by 15%

In Hong Kong, a flat of 600square feet costs

more than HK$7 million.

Flats with harbour view can reach

HK$30,000 (US$3,200) per square foot.

In a crazy city

If one is to survive,

he's got to be more crazy.

This is based on a true story.

Making Film Productions Ltd. Production

A Pang Ho-cheung Film

Josie Ho

Eason Chan

Derek Tsang Lawrence Chou

Michelle Ye Sinn Lap Man

Song Xiao Cheng Zhou Chu Chu

Chui Siu Keung Norman Paw Hee Ching

Lo Hoi Pang PHA

Juno Mak Felix Lok Wong Ching

Director of Photography Yu Lik Wai

Gaffer Wong Chi Ming

Production Designed by Man Lim Chung

Sound Design Tu Duu-Chih

Visual Effects Ho Pui Kin Leung Wai Kit

Ng Yuen Fai & Bart Wong

Special Make up Vitaya Deerattakul

& Andrew Lin

Action Choreography Chin Ka Lok

& Wong Wai Fai

Original Music Gabriele Roberto

Editor Wenders Li HKSE

Associate Producer Kenny Chan

Line Producers Derek Tsang & Jimmy Wan

Executive Producer Andrew Ooi

Co-Producer Raymond Phathanavirangoon

Producers Conroy Chan Josie Ho & Subi Liang

Written by Pang Ho-cheung

Derek Tsang & Jimmy Wan

Original Story, Produced &

Directed by Pang Ho-cheung

Good morning Sir.

May I speark to Mr. Sid?

Yes, I'm calling from Jetway Bank.

Thank you for choosing our company's

banking service for so long.

Since you are our VIP,

would you allow me to take time

to explain a reward plan...

Good afternoon, Sir.

Am I speaking to Mr. Ou Ka-ming?

Yes, how are you?

I'm calling from Jetway Bank.

Thank you for choosing...

Actually it's a sort of back-up money

in your account.

We won't charge you anything

if you don't use a penny from it.

You only need to pay interest

when you start using that money.

Since interest rate is rather low now,

only one dollar a day.

It means,

it all depends on how long the loan is for.

For example, if the loan is 8 days long, then...

Because you are our customer,

that's why we have your phone number...

Yes, I deeply apologize, Mr So.

Sorry that I've bothered you.

We'll never call you again. I'm sorry.

If someone wants to borrow money,

and someone wants to lend money.

Then no one loses.

If someone can't pass the TU credit report,

it means he can't pay off his debt.

It's almost like that

we are driving someone to his perdition.

If our clients can't pay the debt,

our bank will simply sell the debt

to some loan-shark companies to sort it out.

It's the same story.

Let's just give all these papers

to Man's cousin.

As if we were saving his life.

Would you just let me think?

It's a simple maths question.

What we got from our usual clients

We make HK$6,000 per

each one million loan.

Now every one of us make 8,000.

No question at all.

Let's go to massage after work.

Yeah baby.

No, I've to work tonight.

You'll get yourself f***ing exhausted.

Cut it out, let's go.

This is the newly-arrived brand, Mata Hari.

The whole collection is on special offer.

This is the latest woven leather fashion,

from Italy.

Please try it.

Hi, I am off, what about you?

Why don't we go to grab some desserts?

I'm not off yet.

Why don't you grab some first

and wait for me in the hotel room?


Hourly or overnight stay?


This way.

Your surname?


How much?

Keep the change.

Thank you.

Could you keep this in the fridge for me?

I'll have it later.


Please close the door.


I held it all the way in the taxi.

Didn't you say you were coming?

You don't know those Korean guys.

They can drink the whole day.

They drank 8 bottles up, whiskys, tonight.

Only 6 of them.

It's almost like a competition of drinking.

Have some tea.


I got a joke.

A client, who just broke up with

his girlfriend.

He's Korean.

You know Korean men...

They beat women.

He's seeing her for two years.

They planned to get married.

Just a couple of days ago,

the girl wanted break up.

She said he didn't care about her enough.

The Korean guy asked her why.

She said, if you do care about me,

then why don't you beat me?

You never beat me, not even once,

in the last two years.

I went back very late, very often.

And I flirted with some other guys

in night clubs,

but you never beat me.

That means you don't love me at all.

Let's call it off.


Yes, I'm on the meeting.

No, I'm in the toilet.

Yes, I'll be back soon.

Get our little girl sleep first.

That's it.

Excuse me.

What's up?

I want to know, the man who came

last night for me.

When did he leave?

That man? He left at about 2 am.

Thank you.


You haven't paid yet.

Didn't I pay you last night?

Yes, you only paid the hourly rate.

Now you stayed overnight

and that man didn't pay anything.

Hello, cousin.

Please, just have a look first.

As usual,

Can't you see that I am doing it already?

$6,480 divided by 5.

Means each one of us shares $1,296.

And Man takes two shares.

You two are just like Bonnie and Clyde.

Man takes two, meaning you two takes three?

Yes, we two are family.

Hey, Man, it costs quite a lot to

keep a woman.

That's because I provide him

with extra service at night

Cut it out. So gruesome.

Hey, how about go to Tokyo in Easter?

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