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Eric Tsang Chi Wai and Teresa Mo Shun Kwan gave their all for their Lunar New Year I LOVE HONG KONG 2012 (2012 NGOR OI HK HEI SEUNG GA HEI). The former stuffed his pants while the latter performed an erotic dance and showed her career line. Chi Wai's performance was cut to keep from being a bad influence on minors. Sister Mo who has never sold being sexy stunned everyone with her swimwear like dance garment. Because the scene was reasonable, she did not mind displaying her figure and dance routine.
The Tsang Chi Wai, Mo Shun Kwan, Bosco Wong Chung Chak, Stanley Fung Shui Fan, Susan Shaw Yam Yam, William So Wing Hong and Zhang Xinyu starred Shaw Lunar New Year film I LOVE HONG KONG 2012 will open Friday. Although the film has many comedy masters, most of the attention remained with the pair of Chi Wai and Sister Mo. Sister Mo who has not made a Lunar New Year film in years had a erotic dance scene in the film. She felt fortunate the she has already started studying dance two years ago, thus even if the team arranged for a double for her she still could perform herself. she said, "I was only afraid that I would faint from working all night because I am used to going to bed and getting up early, unlike Chi Wai who doesn't differentiate between night and day. (Would the dance costume be very sexy?) Like a swimsuit, although it's low cut it has a thin veil. At my age if I don't cover up, people would think it's a horror film!"
Yet on the day of the shoot she was a little embarrassed because the dance had a lot of twists. She said, "If I wasn't used to it when I learned it, I definitely would be extremely embarrassed. Yet this scene was reasonable so I didn't mind doing that in front of the camera." Because Sister Mo has always rarely made any provocative appearance, the crew including Chi Wai who has seen everything was stunned. She joked, "No one has ever seen me wear so little." Aside from Sister Mo making the sacrifice for the sake of art, her co-star Chi Wai also "stuff" his pants. However to keep from being a bad influence on children, Chi Wai's performance was cut. During the shoot though it brought laughter to everyone so it made certain contribution.
Chi Wai admitted that the idea came from YOU ARE THE APPLE OF MY EYE. He said, "With such a rare hit, if I don't use it I deserve to die." As for YOU being Hong Kong's highest grossing Chinese language film, Chi Wai boasted that he must make a movie to break its record. This time the film used some classic songs, including the Beatles and Alan Tam Wing Lun, because the Beatles' ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE was very close to the movie's theme. However the royalty reached US$200,000. Chi Wai said, "I always thought it was HK$200,000, but it was in American currency. It really rained on my parade. Thus the most expensive part of this film was the song royalty. Because of those royalties the box office would have to make another 6 million more." Was Sister Mo the highest paid in the cast? Chi Wai said, "If not why would she dance the erotic dance? She is showing her career line for the first time, her dance costume is charged by the inch!"
In addition, this film's directors were Chung Shu Kai and Wilson Chin Kwok Wai. They knew each other long ago during their TVB days, so they had even more chemistry when they worked together. Chung Shu Kai also revealed that in the film aside from Sister Mo's erotic dance also had several funny moments, including Denise Ho Wan Si and Wong Chung Chak's cemetery wedding photo session and the kiss between Fung Shui Fan and Shaw Yam Yam as "Shen Chia-Yi". Did the kiss scene have any bad time? He joked, "Brother Gun said no bad take no matter what!" This time the doomsday element was added, as property hegemony used doomsday to make even money. Would people still buy homes on doomsday? He joked, "The Ark has room for sale. When we came up the idea we even discovered that if the property hegemony banned you, you couldn't live."