Story 1: A superstitious girl who would only marry her 29th boyfriend. The 29th boyfriend is impotent. Story 2: A promisurous girl whose husband is in jail comes home one day. Story 3: A ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Christy Chung ...
Ady
Carrie Ng ...
Liza
Chingmy Yau ...
Chanel
Sandra Kwan Yue Ng ...
Frankie Chan Bo Chu
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Dino
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Mr. Five Elements
Roy Cheung ...
Roy
Pak-Cheung Chan ...
Liza's Ex
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dolphin Chan
Kwok-Pong Chan ...
Bond
Piggy Chan
Yue-Yu Chen
Elaine Eca Da Silva
Ping Ha ...
Bartender
Teresa Hsia Ping
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Story 1: A superstitious girl who would only marry her 29th boyfriend. The 29th boyfriend is impotent. Story 2: A promisurous girl whose husband is in jail comes home one day. Story 3: A lesbian refusing to become straight Story 4: A beautiful woman who only likes men that belong to others for the challenge. Until she falls in love. Written by Anonymous

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How Modern can love get?!

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Comedy

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30 June 1994 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Luen oi dik tin hung  »

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A Wong Jing Production: Modern Romance.
24 August 2005 | by (Sacramento, CA) – See all my reviews

Modern Romance (1994) was a cheesy romantic comedy from Wong Jing and his film staff. Four tales involving four different women (Christy Cheung, Chingmy Yau, Sandra Kwan, Carrie Ng). The four friends and co-workers always share tales about their love life and details about their boyfriends and lovers. Carrie is the wild girl, Christy is the young idealistic woman, Sandra is the supervisor and she's always on the prowl and Chingmy is looking for the perfect man. Do the women ever find true love? Will it affect the work place environment? To find out you'll just have to watch MODERN ROMANCE.

Although it's a romantic comedy, Wong Jing's idea of a "chick flick:" is not what you expect if you've watched nothing but Western films (i.e American and English dramas). Wong Jing likes to play and even field and have humor that'll please both men and women. You have hot women, attractive guys and a lot of toilet humor. So be forewarned. Despite it's romantic comedy label, it's a funny film that aims to please. Co-stars Esther Kwan, Michael Wong, Michael Chow, Nat Chan, Roy Cheung, Bowie Lam and Yuen King Tan.

Highly recommended.


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