Shing plays tyrant father to Ti (Sandra Ng) and orphan Shui (Stephen Chow). When he finds out that they are actually a couple, he banishes Shui from his habitat but true love has Ti ...
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Shing plays tyrant father to Ti (Sandra Ng) and orphan Shui (Stephen Chow). When he finds out that they are actually a couple, he banishes Shui from his habitat but true love has Ti following him. They try to make it on their own, and through both of their hard work, Shui becomes a marketing executive and his attitude begins to change. A charming film. Written by
This is a fairly early film of two Hong Kong stars Stephen Chow and Sandra Ng. They play a couple who live with her father in a remote part of China who elope and move to Hong Kong. The movie has some wacky elements, but the romance works. Stephen's character becomes an executive and is wooed by Nancy, played by Suki Kwan. Sandra, as Ti, is fairly unglamorous in her role, but thats the point, she is not a city girl. As usual, she gives her best and is more endearing than Stephen's character. This film is more of a drama than a comedy, but the two together are very appealing. If you like a good old fashioned romantic dramedy, here you go.
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