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Tou tou ai ni (1996)

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Famous movie star Chi-sum cheats on her boyfriend, Wing, a saxophone player. But Chi-sum's shy assistant, Tung-tung, secretly loves him. Wing is blinded in a car accident.

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Roy Chiao ...
Tung-Tung's Grandfather
Shui-Chiu Gan ...
Wing Siu Kei
Joe Junior
Eric Kot ...
Yim Sai-Chung
Annabelle Lau ...
Ching-Ha
Jay Lau ...
Chan Dai-Di / Chi-Sum
Wai-Kai Law
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Manfred Wong ...
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Chingmy Yau ...
Yim Tung-tung
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Famous movie star Chi-sum cheats on her boyfriend, Wing, a saxophone player. But Chi-sum's shy assistant, Tung-tung, secretly loves him. Wing is blinded in a car accident.

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We all know what happens eventually
7 January 2006 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

Tony Leung sure is a hopeless romantic in this show, and so is Chigmy Yau.

The idea that one's true prince will come in a horse carriage to pick one up is just straight out of a fairy tale, but this is somewhat of a fairytale in a modern era.

Jay Lau's turn as the very bitchy and slutty Chi Sum who has no loyalty to her man is very believable. Eric Kot's turn as the useless brother who steals Wing's girl is OK, but could do a bit better. Perhaps Eric Kot was still finding himself as an actor while acting in this movie.

Roy Chiao did well as Tung Tung's grandfather, stricken with Alzheimer's, but when it came to his granddaughter's happiness, he suddenly found the sense within himself to tell her to fight for her happiness.

The plot may have been over-used and the themes are such that it becomes more of a chick flick, but hey, the movie is a feel good movie nonetheless.


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