Thursday, November 12, 2009


Jacky Cheung Hok Yau
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Anita Yuen Wing Yi
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Anita Yuen Wing Yi, Jacky Cheung Hok Yau, Eric Tsang Chi Wai, Carlo Ng Ka Lok and Peter Lai Bei Tak two nights ago wore retro costumes to shoot the Lunar New Year film 72 GA JO HAT (HOUSE OF 72 RENTERS) at a Tsim Sha Tsui noodle shop. In the story Len Len ran into her old flame Hok Yau. Many neighbors and tourists looked on. The crew had to separate the crowd in the streets. Because the road had constant vehicular traffic, the situation was rather dangerous.

When the actors tried out their marks, Chi Wai in the shop kept instructing the extras and occasionally Len Len gave her opinions. Hok Yau however quietly read the paper and took a break from his busy life. Because the shoot took place during dinner time and the noodle shop was in a tourist area, a middle aged foreigner accidentally entered the shop and the shop worker could only say "stop". The man did not understand what was going on. Ng Ka Lok volunteered and explained in fluent English to him, then introduced him to the director and the actors. Len Len even waved to him. The man finally understood and waved to everyone when he left.

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