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昨天今天明天 (1970)
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Alias: Yesterday, To Day, Tomorrow.
Alias: 瘟疫
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Drama 
Release Date (HK): 12/10/1970
  Patrick Lung Kong
  Patrick Lung Kong
  Wu Jung-Hua
  Lam Yun-Ching ... Rose [intro]
  Chang Yang ... Xie Wei-Xian
  Paul Chang Chung ... Paul Cheung
  Nancy Sit Ka-Yin ... Law Tsui-Kam
  Wai Kei (2) ... Ah Kau
  Cheung Ying-Tsoi ... Hospital Dean
  Man Nei ... Lisa (doctor) [intro]
  Patrick Lung Kong ... Drug addict
  Wu Fung ... Plague-Prevention Assistant
  Do Ping ... Infected Plastic Company worker
  Paul Chu Kong ... Ah Ken
  Sze-Ma Wah-Lung ... Health scientiest
  Helena Law Lan ... Song's sister-in-law
  Kenneth Tsang Kong ... Health Department chief Zhou
  Fung Fung ... Plastic Company Boss
  Pat Ting Hung    
  Lee Wan-Chung    
  Fung Ngai ... Big Boss
  Tina Ti Na ... Mrs. Cheung
  Yung Yuk-Yi ... Plastic Company Bosses wife
  Ko Lo-Chuen    
  Lai Man ... Nurse
  Lok Gung ... Police Officer
  Sai Gwa-Pau    
  Lee Hak ... Health Department member
  Hui Ying-Ying    
  Ting Yim    
  Lo Tun (2)    
  Lam Siu ... Tour group member
  Pak Man-Biu ... Health Department member
  Chu Yau-Ko ... Tour group member
  Little Unicorn ... Drug dealer
  Ding Yue    
  Gam Lau ... Mother Luo (Law)
  Seung-Goon Yuk    
  Lam Tin    
  Ng Tung    
  Erh Chun ... Clothes Factory Boss
  Fung Ming ... Detective
  Cheung Chok-Chow ... Plastic Company senior worker
  Fung Ging-Man ... Senior drug dealer
  Wong Hak ... infected Street food vendor
  Woo Ping ... Doctor
  Lam Wah ... Health Department member
  Wong Hon (2) ... Tour guide boss
  Ho Pak-Kwong ... Extra
  Aai Dung-Gwa ... Fruit Street vendor
  Gam Lui    
  Chan Lap-Ban    
  Ling Fung ... Priest
Production Company
  Eng Wah & Co. H.K.
  Wong Ming
  Lee Yat-Hin
Costume Designer
  Pak Fung-Sin
  Lee Nam
Hair Dressing
  Tsui Kam-Lun
  Cheng Keung
Sound Recordist
  Kwong Wu
  Lau Wang-Yuen
  Wu Tian-Ting
Production Manager
  Lee Ga-Yan
Unit Manager
  Lam Sing-Fan
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  A fast-acting virus spreads through Hong Kong after a rat infestation in the slums, inducing panic when the government is slow to react. Mercilessly cut down by censors for its frank portrayal of class and political conflicts at the time of its release, the film found new critical acclaim during the SARS outbreak decades later. In 2011, it was listed by the Hong Kong Film Archive as one of the 100 must-see Hong Kong films of all time.