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Anthony Chau-Sang Wong,
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Sai Hung Fung
Seen subtitled on the International Channel, "Four 32A's and a Banana Teenager" or "Those Were the Days" is both innocent and spicy and is very fun to watch.
It is about four 13-year-old female friends in Hong Kong. First love, first kiss, first period. The movie stars... Loletta Lee Lai-Chun, Amanda Lee Wai-Man, Karen Morris (Mok Man-Wai), Linda Wong Hing-Ping, Kong Lai-Na, Annie Man Chung-Han, Choi Si-Man, Ho Ka-Lei, Eric Tsang Chi-Wai, Julian Cheung Chi-Lam, Josie Ho Chiu-Yee, Koo Kwai-Kwan, Hilary Tsui Ho-Ying, Ng Ka-Lok, Wong Pau-Lung, Tang Lai-Ming, Bak Ka-Sin, John Tang Yat-Kwan, Poon Fong-Fong, Jacob Cheung Chi-Leung, Tang Chiu-Chuen, Chin Kar-Lok, and Cheung Chung-Dik.
If you like "coming of age" movies, you will really like this. And if you like it, also check out the best movie ever made in this genre: MAN IN THE MOON.
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