Naomi, a corporate heiress from Japan, vacations to Hong Kong with her two colleagues. Bored, she sneaks out to visit the city and befriends a local rock band and, appreciative of the ... See full summary »

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Alan Tam ...
Tempo
Yû Hayami ...
Naomi
Pak-Cheung Chan ...
Cheung
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Huge Ben
Albert Au ...
Keung
Hung Sin Chiu ...
Loreen
Akihiro Shimizu ...
Mr. Motoki
Keiko Usami ...
Miss Yoko
Rokkô Toura ...
Kumagai
Kwan-Min Cheng ...
Uncle Wah
Bei-Dak Lai ...
Club Manager
Jing Wong ...
DDL Supervisor
Kazuya Kosaka ...
Kumaguza
Jiro Kawarazaki ...
Ishitaro
Phillip Ko ...
Kumaguza's HK Thug
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Naomi, a corporate heiress from Japan, vacations to Hong Kong with her two colleagues. Bored, she sneaks out to visit the city and befriends a local rock band and, appreciative of the company, later helps the members with their debit issues. Meanwhile, Naomi's colleagues received news that the big boss of their company succumbed to a heart attack and that Naomi must sign a document to prevent the company from being turned over to a corrupt executive. The colleagues try to locate Naomi, just as a relationship develops between her and the band leader. Written by Oliver Chu

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August 1987 (Japan)  »

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Kino Countdown  »

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1.85 : 1
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Nostalgic romantic comedy from Hong Kong!
13 June 2016 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

This was another one of those Hong Kong movies I've grew up with (very nostalgic), a story about Japanese corporate heiress Naomi (Yû Hayami) who visits Hong Kong and befriends a local rock band. Appreciative of the company, she helps the members with their debit issues and, in return, they help Naomi save her company from being handed over to a corrupt executive.

This is a well-paced movie with a good mixture of comedy, drama and romance - perfect for a date night or just a hangout with friends. The acting was decent and hilarious, from the touching chemistry between Alan Tam and Yu Hayami to the funny performances of Pak-Cheung Chan, Teddy Robin Kwan and Albert Au, whose slapstick and deadpan humor and funny facial expressions represents the perfect brand of Hong Kong Comedy and will give you laugh-out-loud moments.

There's also a bit of action in the film as well, in the scenes where Alan Tam takes on a band of Japanese triad members. All this coupled with an amazing race-against-time climax made this a very entertaining film and is one of my favorites from Hong Kong.

Grade A


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