Comedy film Kill Me Please hits theatres on Friday

China Plus Published: 2017-11-30 14:32:38
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A new comedy film called Kill Me Please will hit Chinese theatres on Friday. Insiders say it has a "Lost in Thailand" style of humor.

The film is basically about an unaccomplished writer who wants to commit suicide after being diagnosed with cancer. Meanwhile he also intends to leave his wife a huge amount of money by purchasing accidental death insurance.

The cast of comedy film Kill Me Please attended the movie's premiere in Beijing on Nov 29, 2017. [Photo: China Plus]

The cast of comedy film Kill Me Please attended the movie's premiere in Beijing on Nov 29, 2017. [Photo: China Plus]

However, all of his efforts to kill himself fail and lead to a series of farcical situations.

Popular Hong Kong actor Eric Tsang produced the film, and stars in it alongside mainland actors Wang Xun and Zhao Yingjun, as well as actress Yu Shasha.

Insiders who attended the premiere in Beijing on Wednesday have praised the film as a "bucket full of fun."

Actor Jia Nailiang attended the premiere of comedy film Kill Me Please in Beijing on Nov 29, 2017. [Photo: China Plus]

Actor Jia Nailiang attended the premiere of comedy film Kill Me Please in Beijing on Nov 29, 2017. [Photo: China Plus]

Actor Zhang Yixing attended the premiere of comedy film Kill Me Please in Beijing on Nov 29, 2017. [Photo: China Plus]

Actor Zhang Yixing attended the premiere of comedy film Kill Me Please in Beijing on Nov 29, 2017. [Photo: China Plus]


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