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Combo of mysticism and action based on a Chinese fable. Green Snake (Cheung) and Son Ching (Wong) are actual reptiles who have been practicing taking human form. When self-righteous Buddhist monk Fa-Hai discovers them, he thinks it's a sin to tamper with the natural order. The snakes don't appreciate his lack of compassion and plot destruction. Cantonese with subtitles.

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Available on Running time 102 minutes. Originally from Hong Kong.

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Adapted from a Fairy Tale, Snakes, Buddhism
Maggie Cheung, Joey Wong
Tsui Hark

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Green Snake
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Green Snake came out in 1993 and has a total running time of 102 minutes. This film originated from an old Chinese folk story. Maggie Cheung and Joey Wong star in this film. This is a story of two snakes that can transform into human form. They live life as if they were human. But trouble occurs when Fa-Hai finds out that they are really snakes and not humans.