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Final poster for “A Simple Life” 2012 – Andy Lau

A Simple Life, also known as Sister Peach, is an upcoming Hong Kong drama film directed by Ann Hui and starring Andy Lau and Deanie Ip. Ip, in the titled role as Sister Peach, won the Best Actress Award in the 68th Venice International Film Festival.

Although it is often said that it is the first collaboration of Lau and Ip since 1988′s The Truth,their last collaboration was actually 1999′s Prince Charming. Production of the film officially began during Chinese New Year. It is filmed in Mei Foo Sun Chuen. Production was wrapped on 6 April 2011 after two months of filming. The film competed in the 68th Venice International Film Festival. It was also selected as the Hong Kong entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards,but it did not make the final shortlist.


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Men Suddenly in Love (2011) Movie Review

The one and only Wong Jing returns with “Men Suddenly in Love”, a wacky comedy in his own inimitable lowbrow style. Featuring him as writer, director, producer and even star, the film surely confirms him as an uncouth auteur, with even his most vehement detractors surely now having to admit that his brand of vulgarity may be exactly what the increasingly sanitised Hong Kong comedy genre needs at this point in time. The film boasts a fine cast, with the portly one being joined by Eric Tsang, Chapman To, Jim Chim, and singer Det Dik as his lewd pals, with a bevy of eye catching and scantily clad females including Chrissie Chau, Carol Yeung, Jessica Xu, Caroline Zhu, and Betrys Kong adding a considerable shot of glamour. The plot is a real throwback to the carefree days of Hong Kong screwball sleaze, with a group of five old school friends
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Beauty on Duty! (2010) Movie Review

The one and only Wong Jing returns to familiar territory with his latest comedy “Beauty on Duty!”, basically a remake of the 2000 Hollywood Sandra Bullock vehicle “Miss Congeniality”. The premise of an attractive young policewoman infiltrating a beauty contest certainly sounds tailor made for the shlockmeister, providing ample opportunity not only for gags, but perhaps more importantly for ogling attractive gorgeous actresses and models. To these ends, the film brings together an impressive cast headlined by Charlene Choi, with support from genre veterans such as Sandra Ng, Sammy Leung, Jim Chim, Cheung Tat Ming, Kingdom Yuen, Lam Suet, and Hui Siu Hung. Somewhat of a throwback to the likes of “Love Undercover” and other favourites, the film was a box office hit, showing again that Wong Jing is one of Hong Kong’s most enduringly popular directors of popcorn fare. Choi stars as rookie policewoman Chung Oi Fong who makes
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