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Seung joi ngo sam (2001)

Charlene Choi plays Yee, a beautiful young girl from an affluent family, however she finds out that she has suffered from cancer, so she begins to prepare for her own funeral with the help ... See full summary »

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Duan
Hiram Chan ...
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Sheila Chan ...
Elsa
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Yee
Wai-Hung Fung
John Quincy Lee ...
John
Kaki Leung ...
Duan's sister-in-law (as Ka Ki Leung)
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Jane
Marco Lok
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Mr. Wong
Pauline Yam ...
Pansy
King-Chung Young
Sai Tang Yu
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Charlene Choi plays Yee, a beautiful young girl from an affluent family, however she finds out that she has suffered from cancer, so she begins to prepare for her own funeral with the help of a young funeral director Duan(Eason Chan) They gradually falls in love with each other during their field trip to U.S.A, Yee then realizes how much she values her life. But later, she finally learns about one of Duan's secret, which end up a sad ending of the story. Written by Lam

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25 September 2001 (Hong Kong)  »

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Funeral March  »

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Live the best
Performed by Eason Chan
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An engaging and frequently beautiful melodrama
4 June 2008 | by (Isle of Man, British Isles) – See all my reviews

When Yee (Charlene Choi) is diagnosed with terminal cancer, she morbidly hires funeral director Duan (Eason Chan) to prepare for her own funeral. Luckily for her, he's not prepared to let her fade away without a fight, and sets about trying to convince her that life is worth living.

This languid little melodrama is a melancholy and quite mesmerising affair. Beautifully shot and with a lovely, if sometimes overwhelming musical score, you'll hopefully forgive the more cloyingly sentimental elements of a plot that could quite easily have become depressingly maudlin.

Choi is endearingly cute enough to instantly get your sympathy, but what's more of a surprise is her convincing and well-measured acting. Chan also delivers a likable performance.

Well worth a watch.


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