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The Law Wing Cheong directed Hong Kong guide dog film LITTLE Q (SIU Q) will open in August. Two days ago the director along with actors Simon Yam Tat Wa, Gigi Leung Wing Kei, Law Chung Him, Mainland actor Yuan Shanshan, Hu Ming and Singapore resident Charlie Yeung Choi Nei attended a charity event in Shanghai to begin the film promotion! Everyone shared their production experience. Leung Wing Kei even revealed that at home she would be "searched", which made her give her dog psychological therapy.
Guide dogs dedicated their lives to visually impaired people in need and should have the love of the public. Everyone involved in the LITTLE Q production hoped to be able to make this type of community knowledge common and took on a sense of duty! Lead actor Yam Tat Wa strongly expressed his wish. "Three months before work began, the director arranged for me to be blindfolded and asked me to find over 20 different items in a room in three minutes. Because I couldn't see, I fully experienced the fear that the character felt when he lost his sight." Brother Wa had the most scenes with dogs in the film. In order to deepen the experience, the team arranged for him to take the dogs home and live with them. He described this experience with a professional term, "We are a successful pair!" Brother Wa even demonstrated commands with the guide dog and won applause from the crowd.