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|Eddie Peng is too busy with work to date|
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Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Eddie Peng Yu-Yen, Crystal Lee Hing Hau and director Dante Lam Chiu Yin worked together on the film UNBEATABLE (GIK JIN), which two nights ago premiered as the opening film of the Summer International Film Festival 2013. The 10 year ago Lee Hing Hau pointed out that Brother Ka Fai took great care of her on the set, buying her drinks and food like a father. Did she return the favor? She humorously said, "If I saw Brother Ka Fai had a hard time with the shoot on the set, I would ask how he was doing."
Ka Fai praised Hing Hau's performance as great, she was able to easily get into her crying scene. He said, "We had a lot of spark during the shoot. I am very happy that the film won the Shanghai Film Festival Best Actor and Best Actress, which were great encouragement." Ka Fai said that earlier they had dinner to celebrate the awards, but lately they have been busy with the promotion and he did not have time to show Hing Hau around Hong Kong. They could only chat during their ride. Ka Fai also revealed that he will soon begin work on the film CHET DOH (CRIMSON ROAD) with Jacky Cheung Hok Yau, Shawn Yue Man Lok and a group of Korean stars.
Getting buff for his role, Eddie Peng Yu-Yen said that after the shoot his body became very sensitive, as it easily got fat and retained water. Thus he has been working out to stay in shape, but not as sharply as before. He felt that this inspirational film was very suitable for male viewers while the ladies could watch the muscles. Would he bring his girlfriend? He said, "If I have a girlfriend I would bring her, but right now I am not dating." Director Lam Chiu Yin also praised Peng Yu-Yen as young, invincible and very likable. Peng Yu-Yen responded, "I will work hard."