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Jing zhuang nan xiong nan di (1997)

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Ka-Yin
Monica Chan ...
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Pak-Cheung Chan ...
Ngau Tat-Wah
Lawrence Cheng ...
Ko
Bing-Chuen Cheung
Maggie Ho Yee Cheung ...
Ching Po-Chu
Tat-Ming Cheung ...
Cheung
Yuen Chor ...
Cho Wood Yau
Ping Ha ...
Fong-Fong's Mother
Ka-Fai Ho
Vincent Kok ...
Wang Tin-Lam
Elvina Kong ...
Cheung's Wife
Man Ki Kwok
Chi-Kin Lai
Yiu-Cheung Lai ...
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wacky Spoof of Wong kar wai
6 January 2002 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

You'll probably laugh, but you might not have gotten the object of satire by reading the subtitles, which is why I have provided this summary. I'm pretty sure Wong Jing was involved in this -- in fact one of the characters is Wong Jing as a young man. If you are a die hard Wong Kar Wai fan, you will laugh when you watch this film.

"Those Were the days" speculates on what would happen if a hot international art house director (a.k.a. WKW) were transported back in time to the 1960s Hong Kong film industry. Highlights include: WKW meets Wong Jing as a child and profoundly influences career; WKW attempts to make his kind of films with the resources, talent, and expectations of 1960s HK filmmakers, and a lot of other Hong Kong /Wong Jing style zaniness.


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