Lu Yi and Miao Pu in THE STOOL PIGEON (SIN YUN) worked with many good actors Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Liu Kai Chi and Nicholas Tse Ting Fung. He honestly said that he felt a lot of pressure but luckily he was someone who "gets stronger when he runs into someone strong"; she joked that she had no pressure at all, she would only see them as role models to learn from!
Lu Yi in THE STOOL PIGEON played a villain armed robber for the first time. He had many battles of wits and strength with Nicholas Tse Ting Fung who was an informant for the police. Speaking of the series of fight scenes with Ting Fung, Lu Yi said, "Luckily I was the mastermind
behind the robbery. I only need to issue orders and don't have to fight! I saw how tough and hard Ting Fung was fighting, but he truly was very agile." In the film he shared the screen with good actors like Cheung Ka Fai, Tse Ting Fung and Liu Kai Chi, Lu Yi honestly said that he felt very stressed! However because of this stress he was forced to perform even harder, "Only by working with good actors would I show my potential, get stronger when I run into the strong!"
In addition, Lu Yi revealed that his daughter will soon turn two. Since the birth of his daughter he became a house husband. Aside from work, as soon as he had time he would rush home to be with his daughter.
Meanwhile, Miao Pu played Cheung Ka Fai's wife in the character. In the story Ka Fai had an affair after drinking, leading to a series of tragedies. Did Miao Fu feel a lot of pressure from working with the 7 time Best Actor? She said, "I have no pressure from working with Ka Fai.
Instead the director had pressure because he had to surpass the previous (THE BEAST STALKER), which was a very hard thing to do! Thus the entire team put all of its effort into making every scene the best." Miao Pu also said that she was drooling all over from seeing Ka Fai's 7 Best Actor award with BEAST STALKER (JING YUN), but she knew that she was still early in her career. Thus she would make Ka Fai her role model and take every step slowly. She believed that one day her turn to be recognized for her acting will come.