Thursday, June 20, 2013


Donnie Yen is all wet from the shoot
Charlie Yeung's make up melts from the heat
John Chiang (center) plays the stall owner
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Former Golden Harvest boss Raymond Chow Man Wai is already retired but occasionally would guest star in films. After A SIMPLE LIFE (TOH JEH), two nights ago he appeared on location with Donnie Yen Chi Tan and Charlie Yeung Choi Nei at Central.

The Teddy Chan Tak Sum directed, Donnie Yen Chi Tan, Charlie Yeung Choi Nei, Wang Baoqiang and Bai Bing starred Emperor Motion Picture YUT GOR YUN DIK MO LUM (THE MARTIAL ART WORLD OF ONE PERSON) was heating up in production. Yen Chi Tan and Yeung Choi Nei two nights ago appeared at Central for the location shoot.

Yeung Choi Nei earlier directed her first film CHRISTMAS ROSE (SING DAN MUI GWAI). At the time she already revealed that she will mainly be an actress. This time in YUT she played an inspector. In comparison to her high ranking police public relations official in COLD WAR (HONG JIN) the character had another flavor. Yeung Choi Nei who has always given people a fragile impression two nights ago appeared in an inspector look at Central. Even when she shot a dinner scene at a street stall with Chi Tan, Deep Ng Ho Hong and Bai Bing she still looked serious like a smart inspector.

As for the retired former Golden Harvest film company boss Chow Man Wai also appeared. Chow Man Wai after his ordering scene would rest in a nearby store. His daughter Chow Chung Hung kept him company and took care of him attentively. After several shots, Chow Man Wai and his daughter left first. Director Chan Tak Sum revealed that YUT was a salute to action films. Golden Harvest was always a cradle for action stars and films, which conceivably was the reason that the film company invited Chow Man Wai to perform.

Although the production team prevented any photo or interview, Chi Tan and Charlie still stood still for the reporters then returned to rest in the store.

In the story Yen Chi Tan played a police martial art coach. Once he accidentally killed someone over a personal matter and went to prison. In order to regain his freedom, he assisted inspector Yeung Choi Nei on her investigation to capture a vicious serial killer.

In addition, director Chan Tak Sum earlier said that Hong Kong action films for years have held an very important spot in the world film industry. Thus he hoped through YUT to salute a group of action film colleagues and elders and reminded everyone to pay attention to preserve the action film industry.

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