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Shapely mainland Chinese police inspector Cousin is forced to work with a Hong Kong cop, fighting against him almost until the end credits roll, when she reveals more than her Communist ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Carol 'Do Do' Cheng ...
Cheng Shih-Nan
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Wu Wei-Kuo
Alfred Cheung ...
Hsiao-Sheng
Kau Lam ...
Wu Tien-Tzu
Kong Fong ...
Sho Kwok-Wing
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Niu
Emotion Cheung ...
Mao
Chung Lin ...
Inspector Mo
Sheila Chan ...
Hsuen Pi
Ming Wa Goo ...
Chen Fu-Sheng
Man-Yam Woo ...
Pinky
Chui-Hung Leung ...
Yin
Dion Lam ...
An
Tat-wah Cho ...
Tzu's ex-comrade
Gwa-Pau Sai ...
Tzu's ex-comrade
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Shapely mainland Chinese police inspector Cousin is forced to work with a Hong Kong cop, fighting against him almost until the end credits roll, when she reveals more than her Communist credentials. Written by David Kinne <davros@gargoyle.apana.org.au>

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28 June 1990 (Hong Kong)  »

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My Dear Sister-in-Law  »

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Followed by Biao jie, ni hao ye! III zhi da ren jia dao (1993) See more »

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Carol and Alfred strike gold
18 September 2010 | by See all my reviews

"Her Fatal Ways" (1990) is Carol Cheng's best foray into film comedy after a long time in the industry. Her director and screenwriter Alfred Cheung created the funniest, most hilarious screen persona since Michael Hui's in his wonderful "Chicken and Duck Talk" (1988). What a gifted comedienne Cheng is, she really makes the loudmouth but incessantly gutsy (ne'er say die) Cousin stand out! Some of the comedy will inevitably be lost in translation, as it depends on the very special political context of 1991 existing between China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. In 2010 some Mainland Chinese watching the film may be offended by the portrayal of Cheng's cop in the film. Yet Cheung is just playing by (and lampooning) Hong Kong's stereotype of Chinese bureaucracy and spinning it further. If you are from the mainland, don't get offended - Cheng's last letter to the Tony Leung character explains it all. It proves this comedy has a heart. If you are from an English-speaking background and can't "get" this film, go straight to "Chicken and Duck Talk" for some HK comedy more cross-cultural.


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