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Two mismatched Hong Kong police detectives, Yau and Yue, were assigned to work undercover as a live-in couple to track down a serial killer accused of murdering adulterers. In the meantime,... See full summary »
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Anthony Chan ...
Yau (Yu in translation)
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Yue
Carrie Ng ...
Lai
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Chief Inspector Wong
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Mr. Cheung
Ping Ha ...
Yau's Grandmother
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Lai's Father
Sin Hung Tam ...
Lai's Mother
Alfred Cheung ...
Wang Chieh
Chung Ling Lee ...
Simon Piglet
Ga Bo Tsui ...
Elizabeth
Leo Chow ...
Fatty Lun
Hoi San Ng ...
Mrs. Fatty
Jamie Luk ...
Looney Man
Shu Gei Chan ...
Doctor
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Two mismatched Hong Kong police detectives, Yau and Yue, were assigned to work undercover as a live-in couple to track down a serial killer accused of murdering adulterers. In the meantime, Yau (Anthony Chan) is coping with his girlfriend having left him, and Yue (Sandra Ng) is losing her boyfriend to a college girlfriend of his. Written by Oliver Chu

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23 January 1992 (Hong Kong)  »

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Changing Partner  »

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A So-So Slapstick/Romantic Comedy
29 December 2008 | by See all my reviews

This film is about two cops Yu and Ju, played by Anthony Chan and Sandra Ng, who are forced to co-habitate for a case even though they can't stand each other. They stay in a place next to a suspected killer who seemingly goes after men who two time women. Yu and Ju get on each other's nerves from the outset. Complicating matters for them is both of them lost their longtime loves, Ju to another woman and Yu's to travel, to sort out her feelings. Despite the mis-match of Ju and Yu you know eventually they will like each other. The movie is more about that then them trying to catch the killer. This film is okay, redeemed by Anthony Chan and especially Sandra Ng, who is at least good in everything. The premise of the film is fine, but the movie is rather silly. Don't take it seriously at all and you'll be fine. Nothing essential, check it out if you like HK slapstick/romantic comedy.


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