Loosely based on the play 'Same Time, Next Year' by Bernard Slade. See more »
Three parts of the movie revolves around major events, such as Typhoon Wanda, the death of Bruce Lee, and the Hong Kong stock market crash of 1987. However, these events happened at different times. Wanda struck Hong Kong on 1 September, 1962; Bruce Lee died on 20 July, 1973; and the 1987 stock market crash happened on 19 October. However, there exists an assumption that the male and female lead will meet each other on the same day each year. See more »
What can I say? This man meet this lady and feel something on her and then.... (which we can guess) yes they're making love and try to see that it wasn't their fault, because they're in love.
But do you think just because you in love with someone then you can cheat your lover or lied or do something bad behind your lover? Is that really good? I don't think so. I really think this movie is pick the right idea, because we can see how if our man/woman cheating us.
Tony and Anita always shown good performance and so was Sandra even she just show for a few seconds.
So do not cheat behind your lover or you'll be sorry.
And I hope Hong Kong movie industry always show the best.
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