The Ghost of Hui Family is a 1972 Vietnamese 35mm black and white film directed by Lê Hoàng Hoa. The film is based on a tale about a wealthy family in Saigon, it was the first horror film made in Vietnam. In the early 1970s, many managers of cailuong theater chains were forced to shut due to the financial pressure that foreign language films put them under; the Dạ Lý Hương Theatre was able to avoid the crash and, in a gamble to save the troupe, inspired by the successes of MGM's 1959 film Ben-Hur, tycoon Xuân founded Dạ Lý Hương Films and employed filmmaker Lê Hoàng Hoa. Screenplayer Nguyễn Thành Châu named the movie The Ghost of Uncle Hoa's Family, based on a tale involving the family of Jean-Baptist Hui Bon Hoa. However, Hui Bon Hoa's descendants sued the studio and forced them to change the name to The Ghost of Hui Family, it was filmed in Thủ Đức, Biên Hòa and Da Lat in 1972, was the only product of Dạ Lý Hương company. Studio: Dạ Lý Hương Films Print: National Cinema Centre Sound: Nghiêm Xuân Trường, Lê Văn Kính The film title Con ma nhà họ Hứa has become a conversational phrase that means the "disappointed one", because the word Hứa means the "promise" in Vietnamese language.
Saigon Museum of Fine Arts Gerhard Armauer Hansen The Canterville Ghost 許家女鬼 Điểm mặt phim kinh dị Việt Nam dọa được khán giả The Ghost of Hui Family: Tales and truths The legacy of Hui Bon Hoa The true story of Hui Bon Hoa and "Uncle Hoa's Mansion"
In Greek mythology, was a Messenian king. Aphareus was brother of Leucippus, he was the husband of Arene, daughter of Oebalus, by her fathered Lynceus and Peisus, though some report that Idas' actual father was Poseidon while Pisus was identified as the son of his father Perieres and thus his brother according to another author. Some called Aphareus' wife to be Laocoosa; the patronymic Apharetidae, derived from the name of Aphareus, is sometimes used to refer to Idas and Lynceus collectively. It is said that Aphareus together with his brother Leucippus inherited their father's kingdom upon his death, but the former kept the greater authority than the latter. Aphareus was credited with founding the city Arene in Messenia, named after his wife; when Hippocoon usurped the throne of Sparta, Tyndareus fled to his brother Aphareus in Messenia where he settled in Thalamae and while living there, children were born to him. Aphareus received into his house his cousin Neleus, driven out of Iolcus by Pelias, assigned to him a tract of land in the maritime part of Messenia, where the main city was Pylos.
In the same fashion, Aphareus welcomed in Arene the exiled Lycus, son of Pandion who fled from his brother Aegeus in Athens. Lycus revealed the rites of Demeter to Aphareus and his family. After the death of his sons and Lynceus with their fight against the Dioscuri, the Messenian kingdom was bereft of male descendants and thus, son of Neleus obtained the whole land including all the part ruled by Idas, but not that subject to the sons of Asclepius and Podalirius. Aphareus Poems