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28 January 1995 (Hong Kong) See more »
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Kit is a gangster looking to start a new life as a chef in Canada, so he can be closer to his girlfriend... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

 

Kenny Bee ... Kit

Leslie Cheung ... Chiu
Siu Cheung ... Mainland contest judge
Yuk Wah Cheung
Yik-Man Fan ... Chiu's former girlfriend
Ka-Kui Ho ... Chiu's Boss
Bei-Dak Lai ... Kitchen Staff
Chi Shan Lai
Geng Lam
Shun Lau ... Mr. Kawasaki

Kar-Ying Law ... Au Siu-Fung
Do-Yu Lee
Hung Lu
Shu-Chun Ni ... Miss Cheuk

Peter Pau ... Chef from North West Restaurant
Ling-chang Tao
Kwok-Leung Wong ... Officer Chan

Yat-Fei Wong ... Kitchen Staff
Xin Xin Xiong ... Wong Wing
Wing-Cho Yip

Anita Yuen ... Au Ka-Wai

Wenzhuo Zhao ... Lung Kwun-Bo

Directed by
Hark Tsui 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Philip Cheng 
Man Fai Ng 
Hark Tsui 

Produced by
Ning Lee .... producer
Hark Tsui .... producer
Raymond Bak-Ming Wong .... producer (as Bak-Ming Wong)
 
Original Music by
Lowell Lo 
 
Cinematography by
Peter Pau 
 
Film Editing by
Marco Mak  (as Chi-Sin Mak)
 
Art Direction by
William Chang 
Lim Chung Man 
 
Production Management
Veronique Kaneta .... assistant production manager
Gam Chiu Ng .... production manager (as Jinchao Wu)
Jing-Yee Siu .... production supervisor
Fung-Yee Tsang .... production manager (as Cheph Chang)
Man-Biu Wu .... assistant production manager
 
Stunts
Bruce Law .... car stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Nin-Yau Chow .... assistant camera: 2nd unit
Kai-Tak Ho .... electrician
Chun-Shing Lam .... electrician
Chun-Wan Lam .... electrician
Kam-Ling Lam .... still photographer
Kenny Lam .... assistant camera
Tak-Shing Lee .... lighting technician
Ming Hing Ng .... electrician
Jing-Chuen Seung .... electrician
Chun-Wah Tam .... electrician
Wai-Keung Tung .... assistant lighting: second unit
Gam-Wang Wan .... lighting technician: second unit
Tsz-Kin Yan .... assistant lighting
 
Other crew
Kwok-leung Lee .... continuity
Jen-ming Wong .... production assistant
Kam-Yu Wong .... continuity
Bun Yuen .... action director
 

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Also Known As:
"Jin yu man tang" - Hong Kong (original title)
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100 min | Hong Kong:107 min
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References Izu no odoriko (1974)See more »

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
you don't need to be Mandarin to enjoy, 2 September 2001

Many people are understandably afraid to watch foreign comedies in fear that they will miss the humor, that the subtle cultural aspects that develop a comedy will be lost on them. But one doesn't have to worry about such a thing with the Chinese Feast because it's style transcends cultural boundaries. Okay, i'll put it simply, it's funny, and it's fun, and in a way anyone can understand. I walked away feeling good, feeling happy, and not feeling like i had been treated to a cheese feast like some light comedies. I have seen other examples of comedy from the Asian countries, and maybe i just didn't get the subtle cultural jokes along with the others, but i saw the comedy was very accessible beyond national boundaries. I was also surprised to see a comedy from Tsui Hark after being introduced to him through his much more tragic and pessimistic Green Snake. As for Hark, he gives a fluid and lyrical direction along with a sense of timing which helps make this movie. And if you don't care about any of this, at least watch it for the very attractive Leslie Chueng.

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