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Sandra Kwan Yue Ng
Pretty decent and entertaining. Watching Ivana Wong in her debut stunning performance it's already well worth the time to watch!
What's with the low rating? To me, this is a pretty decent film.
Pretty entertaining. Something I dare say it's been awhile for HK movies.
Ivana Wong's debut performance is already worth the time! Love her scene with Ronald Cheng. Very touching and moving. Knowing her from her real personality of shy and low profile, this is great effort and displaying her wide talent of acting. She also won/nominated several awards for this role.
And love the singing scene with Ronald Cheng, they both showed off their natural singing voice. Wonderful scene!
This movie has a positive note about living and survival, and also a good tribute to classic HK songs.
Definitely worth the time!
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