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Zing yung (1995)

| Drama | 1995 (Hong Kong)
A flat-chested gold-digger who gets her breasts enlarged to enhance her social status. In an amazing mirror of reality, she manages to snag a rich playboy with her brand new bazookas. ... See full summary »

Director:

Kai-Ming Lai

Writers:

Ting Chau (screenplay), Yin Nam (story)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Yvonne Hung Yung ... May
Suk-Mui Tam ... Tracy
Kwok Keung Cheung
Wai Lam Wai Lam
Lawrence Ng ... Lee Hok-man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ga-Bo Chan Ga-Bo Chan
Pui-Kwan Chan Pui-Kwan Chan
Shu Gei Chan
Chu Fung Cheng Chu Fung Cheng
Jing Cheung Jing Cheung
Lik Ding Lik Ding
Ju Fang
Shui-Wah Fok
Lui Heung Lui Heung
Ricky Ho
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A flat-chested gold-digger who gets her breasts enlarged to enhance her social status. In an amazing mirror of reality, she manages to snag a rich playboy with her brand new bazookas. Meanwhile, the offending surgeon questions her profession because she's getting old too.

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese | Mandarin

Release Date:

1995 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

A Fake Pretty Woman See more »

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Surgery: A story of love, sadness, fame and surgery
6 May 2012 | by Viva_ChibaSee all my reviews

After making disturbing CAT III films such as Daughter of Darkness, Ivan Lai makes a movie about plastic surgeries and breast implants, the film is a CAT III rated film, but it's not disturbing like the aforementioned movie.

The film is about some girl who's unsatisfied with her look, so she decides to have a surgery, she becomes a model or stuff like that, there's also a subplot involving the surgeons, i'm not going to give full details about the plot anyway.

Anyway, as i said, the film is a CAT III, but why? The film has many scenes of nudity and the highlight of this film involves the use of genuine footage of a surgical procedure, which reminds me of documentaries like Mondo Cane or Faces of death.

The tone of this film is lighthearted, so don't expect something so dark or disturbing.


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