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Felix Chong (written by)
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Release Date:
21 December 2001 (Hong Kong) See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Andy Lau ... Namson Lau
Sandra Ng Kwan Yue ... Kam (as Sandra Ng)

Anita Mui ... Tina Cheung
Ka Tung Lam ... Faye Wong (as Lam Ka Tung)
Cherrie Ying ... June (as Cherrie Yin)
Ronald Cheng ... Yip Wai Shih
Halina Tam ... Kam's housemate
Belinda Hamnett ... Kam's housemate
Shirley Huang ... Shirley
Chi Chung Lam ... Fatty (as Lam Tze Chung)
Suzanne Chung ... Mrs. Yip
Stephanie Chan

Edison Chen ... Jimmy Cheung
Esther Koo
Maggie Leung
Shu-Wing Ho
Ray Pang ... Man at ATM (as Pang Wai Lap)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Man Yeung
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Directed by
Wai-keung Lau  (as Andrew Lau)
 
Writing credits
Felix Chong (written by)

Produced by
Emily Chan .... administrative producer
Ellen Chang .... production executive
Andy Lau .... producer
Shirley Lau .... executive producer
Wai-keung Lau .... producer (as Andrew Lau)
Alan Mak .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Jacky Chan 
Marco Wan  (as Macro Wan)
 
Cinematography by
Chiu-Lam Ko (director of photography) (as Ko Chiu Lam)
Wai-keung Lau (director of photography) (as Andrew Lau)
 
Film Editing by
Curran Pang 
Danny Pang  (as Pang Fat)
 
Art Direction by
Kwok-wing Chong  (as Joel Chong)
 
Costume Design by
Pik Kwan Lee  (as Lee Pik Kwan)
 
Makeup Department
Fung-yin Cheng .... makeup artist (as Cheng Fung Yin)
Yu Lai Cheng .... makeup artist (as Cheng Yu Lai)
 
Production Management
Tang Wai But .... production manager
Chun Hung Si .... unit manager (as Si Chun Hung)
Kannex Wong .... executive production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ka-kit Cheung .... assistant director (as Jeff Cheung)
Eddy Yeung .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Wing Kei Au .... property master (as Au Wing Kei)
 
Sound Department
Dacky Chan .... dialogue recordist (as Dacky Chan Tim Keung)
Steve Chan .... sound
Adrian John Doran .... dialogue editor (as Adrian J. Dorab)
Adrian John Doran .... dialogue recordist (as Adrian J. Dorab)
Wai Hung Kwong .... foley artist (as Kwong Wai Hung)
Burnard To .... dialogue recordist (as Davy To Burnard)
Burnard To .... foley recordist (as Davy To Burnard)
Kinson Tsang .... sound designer (as Tsang Kinson)
Kinson Tsang .... sound re-recording mixer (as Tsang Kinson)
Tse Kin Wong .... foley recordist (as Wong Tsz Kin)
Chun Hin Yiu .... dialogue recordist (as Yiu Chun Hin)
George Lee Yiu-Keung .... sound re-recording mixer (as George Lee Yiu Keung)
Ting Yip Yuen .... dialogue editor (as Yuen Ting Yip)
 
Visual Effects by
Eddy Wong .... visual effects supervisor
Victor Wong .... visual effects supervisor
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kam-Chuen Chan .... still photographer (as Chan Kam Chuen)
Sing Chan .... lighting assistant (as Chan Sing)
Tin Yan Wu .... gaffer (as Wu Tin Yan)
Chun-Wah Yuen .... focus puller (as Yuen Chun Wah)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Yun Mei Man .... wardrobe (as Man Yun Mei)
 
Other crew
Sap Sam Chan .... creative director (as Thirteen Chan)
John Chong .... presenter
Joe Ha .... continuity
Shirley Huang .... choreographer
Sam Lung .... production assistant
Clement Mak .... presenter
Sunny Wong .... choreographer
Yung Lin Yeung .... tea lady (as Yeung Yung Lin)
 

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"Oi gwan yue mung" - Hong Kong (original title)
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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Anita Mui, as always, shines. Cherrie Ying surprises!, 24 April 2003
Author: petergaribaldi from London, UK

There are two things that immediately pop out at you when you watch "Dance of a Dream": Anita Mui has always been and will probably always be the leading actress in Hong Kong cinema, and young Cherrie Ying will likely be the next Hong Kong actress to move into starring roles.

Mui is wonderful as the cold rich woman looking for romance and Ying touches your heart as a call girl looking to excel in ballroom dancing.

Andy Lau fans had better beware because there's no gun fights or car chases. Instead this is in the vein of the old Hollywood musical and it even brings the cast together for a wonderful version of "Walking with my Dad" which is a Chinese song sung to the tune of "Never on a Sunday." Quite breathtaking, actually.

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