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A man wakes up with a hangover where his memory should be, and discovers he also has a love bite and a filofax that weren't there before, both of which appear to come from someone named Sonia.

Director:

Alan Mak

Writers:

Susan Chan, Buqi Ye
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Cast

Credited cast:
Mark Lui Mark Lui ... Don Fung
Terence Yin ... Stephen
Jaymee Ong ... Nicole Ko
Sam Lee ... Gordon
YoYo Mung ... Ashley
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ah-Sze Ah-Sze ... Filofax girl at cafe
Catherine Catherine ... Filofax Girl at Cafe
Melody Choi Melody Choi ... Nicole's friend
Felix Chong Felix Chong ... Dr. Patrick
Chinatsu Ito Chinatsu Ito ... Ally
Gordon Lam Gordon Lam ... Nicole's friend
Ka-Hei Leung Ka-Hei Leung ... Nicole's friend
Ka-Yue Leung Ka-Yue Leung ... Restaurant beauty
Bey Logan ... Inspector Ryan
Joe Ma ... Dr. Mak
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A man wakes up with a hangover where his memory should be, and discovers he also has a love bite and a filofax that weren't there before, both of which appear to come from someone named Sonia.

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

23 December 1999 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Aimai na syûmatsu See more »

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A pleasant surprise...
19 February 2002 | by wildzeroSee all my reviews

Why did I snap up this film? Two reasons- 1) Gen X cops was a really cool flick and this movie features some of that team, 2) Jaymee Ong was awesome in Gen X (and way cute to boot!) and this is her second, and only other film (besides a cameo in Pearl Harbor). I really didn't know what to expect when I popped this in, but a few minutes in I was hooked. Much in the storytelling tradition of Pulp Fiction, Open Your Eyes, Amores Perros (you know, that out of order, different perspective style)it builds tension to an almost fever pitch. The end is a real twist.

So, why does this get an eight and not ten? Though the end was cool, I kinda saw it coming early on. Nonetheless, the acting is cool and the film looks great. Highly recommended!! PS: Jaymee Ong is da BOMB!!!


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