|Cop Leo Ku plays cops and robbers with Francis Ng|
|Leo Ku negotiates with Mark Cheng despite his injuries|
|Simon Yam slaps a girl and scares her into tears|
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Artist Leo Ku Kui Kei in the Emperor new film TWO THUMBS UP (CHUNG FUNG CHEH) played a cop, had many scenes with robbers Francis Ng Chun Yu, Simon Yam Tat Wa, Mark Cheng Ho Nam and Patrick Tam Yiu Man, and set off a lot of spark. Gei Jai said that he was very happy to work with several elders and thanked Chun Yu for taking care of him. Chun Yu said that he has known Gei Jai for a long time but unfortunately never stayed in touch. They finally got a chance to know each other on this production.
Director Lau Ho Leung said that he has been waiting for a chance to work wit hGei Jai, and felt that his unique quality was very similar to the character's. How challenging was playing a cop? Gei Jai said that he said that in order to catch robbers he had to ride a bicycle at high speed. "I just know how to ride a bicycle slowly like in the country, this time I had to get a cycling coach, learn positions and had to ride standing up."
In addition, Brother Wa and others began a gun fight with armed robbers. He said a little girl was helplessly caught in the middle and dragged her into the vehicle to protect her. Brother Wa said that working with the little actor was memorable. For the performance he had to merciless slap the girl. He even decided not to tell the girl in advance so she could make the surprised expression. Although the performance was very successful, after the slap he felt very guilty because the girl sobbed after his slap!
The new film saluted past Hong Kong crime films and even asked directors Alan Mak Siu Fai and Felix Chong Man Keung to guest star, adding a lot of life to the film.