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Baak fan baak gam gok (1996)

Youthful triangles in Hong Kong. Jerry, Cherrie, and Lok are a pop trio, and the boys have agreed not to court Cherrie for the good of the group. Jerry's a feckless playboy, but he falls ... See full summary »



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Credited cast:
Gigi Leung ...
Eric Kot ...
Hui Lok
Christine Ng ...
Siu-Kei Lee ...
Tung Zhi-Chuen
Vincent Kok ...
Fat Party Guest
Spencer Lam ...
Kar-Ying Law ...
Wyman Wong ...
Mahjong Player
Allen Ting ...
Thomas Li
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Yuet-Ming Chiu
Wai-Wah Lee
Sammy Leung ...
(as Sammy)
Bo-San Lo


Youthful triangles in Hong Kong. Jerry, Cherrie, and Lok are a pop trio, and the boys have agreed not to court Cherrie for the good of the group. Jerry's a feckless playboy, but he falls hard for the beautiful and talented Fonfong; she becomes his roommate as Cherrie looks on. Lok has two women in his life, the young and innocent Man-Yi, and Rachel, a mysterious minx into bondage and sexual excess. Things come to a head when Fonfong has a chance to study in Paris and Rachel takes things a bit far with Lok. It's time for Jerry and Lok to look around: is true love closer at hand? And what about Cherrie, who's been bruised often by Jerry: what will she decide? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Release Date:

20 July 1996 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Bai fen bai gan jue  »

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1.85 : 1
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Owe you nothing
Music by Chan Wai Kin
Lyrics by Xi Lin
Performed by Sammi Cheng
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A Classic
25 August 2002 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

Well, I certainly did Feel 100% after watching this film. It was for me simply hilarious and funny!

Feel 100% tells of three friends, Jerry (Ekin Cheng), Cherrie (Sammi Cheng) and Hui Lok (Eric Kot), whose friendship originates from high school and are now looking for love. Jerry is the typical bedroom poster man with women falling at his feet. However, his womanising days disappear as he meets Fong Fong (Gigi Leung). Cherrie, is secretly jealous of Fong Fong, but won't risk a friendship with Jerry for love, whilst Hui Lok ends up in love with an maturing teenager, but has been turned on by a secret telephone admirer.

The result is a humorous story that will simply crack you up. The script has been excellently put together and the cast do a good job in executing it. The film is certainly a tremendous success, and given that sequels and spin-off TV series have arisen, you needn't just take my word for a recommendation.

*DVD review* The version I watched was the Universe Laser & Video DVD fro Hong Kong, and it comes with a personal warning. Given that this film was made in 1996, it isn't surprising that the film contained in the DVD is of not a pure DVD format. It hasn't been remastered and the quality of the picture is really no better than VHS. Also despite the Dolby Digital logo, the back of the disk does say that it is in Mono. Plus, there are no extras on the DVD. Therefore unless you are an ardent DVD fan (like myself), I wouldn't recommend you fork out a huge amount of money on this.

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