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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

Writers:

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

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
Jan Lamb ... Kuk Jing Chung
Chi Wah Wong ... King
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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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thailand | hong kong | gay | car | twin | See All (17) »

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Comedy | Crime

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Spoofs 24 (2001) See more »

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Watch it or skip it. Won't make a difference
18 March 2007 | by the_dicemanSee all my reviews

Not too bad Action-Comedy by Danny Pang, starring Ekin Cheng, Ekin Cheng and the always charming Charlene Choi. A homosexual fashion-designer from Hong-Kong (Ekin Cheng) has to close a deal with a Triads-Boss in Thailand, otherwise his twin brother (Ekin Cheng, who after a fatal car-crash lies in a hospital) will lose all his property plus a finger. Yeah, it's shallow comedy and the CGI during a "Bad Boys 2"-style car chase sucks, but characters come along rather likable and there are a couple of really good jokes (Homo-Cheng giving styling tips to the sulky father-in-law of his brother), so if you're equipped with a big forgetting heart and don't mind Not thinking a lot, you're in for some pretty amusing 90 minutes. Some (tame) shootouts have the camera concentrating on slow-motion posing, rather than actual bullets flying, and if you look closely, you'll notice a terrific cross-over-reference to Pang Brothers' "Ab-normal Beauty".


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

18 November 2004 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$839,162
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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