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Che goh ha tin yau yee sing (2002)

In this high-school coming of age romantic comedy and with 2 months of summer vacation ahead of them, fresh graduates Kiki and Kammy swear to look for their first boyfriends and bring them ... See full summary »

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Joe Ma

Writer:

Joe Ma
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Cast

Credited cast:
Charlene Choi ... Kiki
Gillian Chung ... Kammy
Dave Wang ... Danny Cheung Lik / Lizard
Tien You Chui ... Fung
Roy Chow Roy Chow ... Chung Lok-Hoi
Andrea Choi
Matt Chow
Fung Lee
Monica Lo
Ricardo Mamood-Vega ... German Actor in Old B+W Movie (as Ricardo Mamood)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shiu Hung Hui ... Louis
Wyman Wong
You-Nam Wong You-Nam Wong
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In this high-school coming of age romantic comedy and with 2 months of summer vacation ahead of them, fresh graduates Kiki and Kammy swear to look for their first boyfriends and bring them to show their schoolmates at the high school reunion. First Kammy meets the 40-year-old Danny and falls head over heels. Danny, who gets paranoid and makes a scene while they watch "Der Lift" (a black & white German horror movie) and hallucinates about being the actor in the film, has not the courage to face a girl half his age. Kiki falls in love at first sight with a handsome basket ball player called Fung, only to find that she is just one of his many admirers. Written by christian_wong2002

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

10 July 2002 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Summer Breeze of Love See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Soundtracks

Red Eyes
Music & Arranged by Ronald Ng
Lyrics by Xi Lin
Performed by Twins (Gillian Chung & Charlene Choi)
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chinese teenagers seem more interesting than the usa's
11 March 2003 | by juan-hbSee all my reviews

Some people might argue that a plot like this one has been told thousands of times, especially in the usa cinema. A group of teenagers and their first love stories. How original, isn't it? However, that is precisely the difference: this movie has not been made by north americans and has not any resemblance with their "guidelines" when it comes to make a movie about teenagers. Contrary to the american movies the main characters happen to be likeable. The film is entertaining, funny and well done. It will make you think about when you were in your late teens and you will look at it with a bit of nostalgia. I am not saying that this is a great movie but the point I want to make is that it is refreshing to see nice movies like this told in a diferent way where you sympathise with the characters and far from the known usa formula. There is not doubt the asian cinema (china-japan-korea-taiwan) is doing better and better in all genres. 6 out of 10


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