Angel of Nine Heavens is found to have fallen in love, and is banished to Earth. Windfall God is secretly in love with her, and begs the Jade Emperor to be given a chance with her. He is ...
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Two twins are separated at birth, one becoming a streetwise mechanic and the other an acclaimed classical concert conductor. Finally meeting in adulthood they each become mistaken for the other and entangled in each other's world.
Teddy Robin Kwan
Angel of Nine Heavens is found to have fallen in love, and is banished to Earth. Windfall God is secretly in love with her, and begs the Jade Emperor to be given a chance with her. He is sent to Earth in human form, only able to use his godly powers three times per day. He has seven days to find the reincarnation of Angel of Nine Heavens and make her fall in love with him. Written by
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These slapstick comedies were made at a frantic pace at the time in Hong Kong, but this one is a cut above most of the rest. It stars Pak-cheung Chan as the Windfall God, who goes to earth to search for the Angel Of Nine Heaven (Christy Chung), with whom he wants to be married. To help him, he enlists Beautiful (Anita Yuen) to help find her. The catches are she has no recollection she is that angel and he can only use his power three times a day. He wins for Beautiful (the film is built on gambling, a favored past time in HK) and other things happen. He ends up being one of the contestants in a big gambling competition for which the Angel Of Nine Heave, just Christy on earth, sponsors. Will he win the girl? This is fast paced fun, sometimes over the top, but never boring. Anita Yuen is the real prize here, she's a little crazy and money seeking (also part of the plot, that humans are greedy) but she is fun in every scene. This is for lovers of HK comedy and its a little profane but not vulgar. Nonsense, but at times inspired nonsense. Just the kind of film to watch after a long day of craziness. Enjoy!
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