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Cast

Credited cast:
Anita Yuen ...
BoBo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Astrid Chan Chi Ching
Alex Fong ...
Alex Chang (as Alex Fong Chung-Sun)
Henry Fong
Yung Kwan
Yin-Ming Lam
Damian Lau
Joe Ma
Mars ...
Bill's Man
Francis Ng ...
Mok Tai-Chi (as Francis Ng Chun-Yu)
Ho Ying Sin
Bowie Tsang
Almen Wong Pui-Ha ...
Cowboy
Xin Xin Xiong
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16 April 1998 (Singapore)  »

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A fantastic movie for couples who are in love with each other
21 April 2006 | by (Hong Kong) – See all my reviews

The movie is a fantastic one, not only in its plot, but also in its unusual delivery. I and my girlfriend have watched this movies for more than once, and we agree that it is a good movie for young couples who are in deep love with each other.

Though most existing comments about this movie in mainland China are negative, as shown in google search results, this movie is undoubtedly best-in-class, compared to other "marriage but still available" type movies. It stimulate you to think, to trace the destine of the characters, and to love BoBo inevitably.

It seems at least to me, the dramatic psychological transition of BoBo is all too natural, thanks to the clever handling of the director. While the end of the story is really sad, I would like to say it is the end that makes the movie so special and thought-provoking.


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