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Lost in Time (2003)

Mong bat liu (original title)
Sui Wai lost her fiance Ah Man in a car accident. With the obligations of life sitting heavy on her shoulders, she lives on only to find herself confiding in her beloved through a phone ... See full summary »

Director:

Tung-Shing Yee

Writer:

James Yuen
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Cast

Credited cast:
Cecilia Cheung ... Siu Wai
Ching Wan Lau ... Dai Fai
Louis Koo ... Ah Man
Daichi Harashima Daichi Harashima ... Lok Lok
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Wai-Man Chan ... Uncle Seven (as Wai-Man Chan)
Min-Leung Chan Min-Leung Chan ... Aquarium boss
Shu-Chen Chen Shu-Chen Chen
Paul Chun ... Siu Wai's Dad
Haolun Fan Haolun Fan ... Liu Ge
Sze-Man Hui Sze-Man Hui ... Hawker at depot
Elena Kong ... Siu Wai's Sister (as Mei Yee Kong)
San-san Lee ... Dai Fai's ex-wife
Jamie Luk
Hee Ching Paw ... Siu Wai's Mom
Hao Ren ... Uncle Chu
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Storyline

Sui Wai lost her fiance Ah Man in a car accident. With the obligations of life sitting heavy on her shoulders, she lives on only to find herself confiding in her beloved through a phone call. Dai Fai. a mini-bus driver who witnessed Ah Man's death, is always there offering her attentive encouragement and support, yet he himself also lives in the shadow of his last relationship. When Siu Wai strives to face the future without the man she loves, Dai Fai finds himself steadily falling in love with her. Written by Anon

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Drama

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The Mini Bus that Siu Wai (Cecilia Cheung) drove in this movie was numbered DY1314. In Cantonese, the number symbolize "together forever". See more »

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30 January 2004 | by bcrainSee all my reviews

Fans of Lau Ching-Wan and Cecilia Cheung will probably be quite happy with this film. Although the theme about coming to terms with your life after the sudden loss of a loved one is tough, the film balances out the high drama with some humor. The scene where Ching-Wan shows Cecilia how to maximize her earnings on the minibus route was a high-point. Overall, this is my favorite Lau Ching-Wan film of the last couple of years. After all the goofy comedy he's done recently, it was nice to see him in a more serious, natural role. Cecilia is good as well. Louis Koo's small role as the dead guy may disappoint those wanting to watch the film for him. Although he's quite good, he's just not in the film very long. This is a good compliment to C'EST LA VIE MON CHERI, the 1993 film that Lau and director Derek Yee worked on. As a word of advice, it's probably not best to view both films on the same night, as the emotions could be somewhat overwhelming.


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

20 November 2003 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

忘不了 See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,986,486
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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