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Leave Me Alone (2004)

Ah ma yau nan (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime | 18 November 2004 (Hong Kong)
Yiu Chun-Man, a gay fashion designer in Hong Kong, gets a visit from twin brother Yiu Chun-Kit. Kit is visiting from Thailand and promptly takes Man's expensive car out for a spin and gets ... See full summary »


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Danny Pang (screenplay), Wah-Shum Lung (screenplay) (as Sam Lung) | 1 more credit »


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Credited cast:
Charlene Choi ... Jane
Ekin Cheng ... Yiu Chun-Man / Yiu Chun-Kit
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kenny Bee ... Jane's Dad
Lawrence Chou Lawrence Chou ... Police officer
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Chi Wah Wong ... King


Yiu Chun-Man, a gay fashion designer in Hong Kong, gets a visit from twin brother Yiu Chun-Kit. Kit is visiting from Thailand and promptly takes Man's expensive car out for a spin and gets into a horrendous accident in which a woamn dies, and Kit was driving with Man's license. Since the revelation of Kit's true identity would be a real legal tangle, Kit is forced to assume Man's identity and vice-versa. Even worse, Kit is now in a coma, meaning Man has to hang out at his bro's bedside hoping that he can clue him into the switcheroo as soon as he wakes up. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

18 November 2004 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Hitori ni shite See more »

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Hong Kong, China See more »

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Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Unoriginality and not traditional Pang brilliance
19 February 2005 | by leekandhamSee all my reviews

* LEAVE ME ALONE * Ekin Cheng, Charlene Choi, Ekin Cheng (sic) Dir: Danny Pang - 2004 - Hong Kong / Thailand

With recent hits from the Pang Brothers such as The Eye, I had pretty high hopes for this movie. Danny Pang, one of the brothers goes solo as director in this cheesy, seen-before plot, and despite some good innovation, this flick falls somewhat short of expectations.

Man and Kit are twin brothers (both played by Ekin Cheng). Kit, who lives in Thailand, visits his younger brother in Hong Kong and on seeing his brother's car decides to take it for a spin, switching identities with their driving licences. However, Kit has an accident and is left in a coma, when Kit's girlfriend, Jane (Charlene Choi), calls needing him back to take out a loan from the bank to pay off some sharks. Man steps in and flies to Thailand, only to find that Kit and Jane may be in deeper trouble than they thought.

The film's plot is too familiar to many people, particularly when it's been used by so many others such as Jackie Chan (Twin Dragons), Jean-Claude van Damme (Double Impact) and Jet Li (The One). However, I do admire the attempt to give the characters more depth. Cheng's portrayal of Man and Kit are clearly different, and not only because of Man being a gay character in the film. Cheng almost pulls off the act of being two different characters, but there were certain parts of the script that made it too unconvincing. I found it amusing that Cheng had a hairstyle that is commonly reminiscent of his girlfriend's, Gigi Leung. Charlene Choi is gradually improving in her roles, but she doesn't have the maturity on screen yet.

As for the story, well, it's somewhat disappointing. There are some incoherences in the film, the action scenes were rather ordinary and unoriginal and frankly, I felt little excitement in watching them. But as a Pang film, the movie does have one saving grace and that is in the cinematography. Interesting camera angles, some good direction, and some quite clever editing did at least provide me something to keep me interested. But overall, it just didn't hit the mark.

In terms of action films, there are plenty of other, better films to see. As a Pang film, it's definitely a disappointment, particularly as the bar for the Pangs was set high with The Eye. But if you want something the pass the time, this film is at least watchable. One for a night in.

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