Monday, August 3, 2009


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Opening Thursday, ON HIS MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (DAI NOI MUK TAM LING LING GAU)'s leads Louis Koo Tin Lok and Barbie Hsu (Tsui Hei Woon) play a couple whose marriage was arranged before birth. As Ling Ling Gau Goo Jai often gives the Big S played heroine the cold shoulder, so she can only take the initiative and seduce Goo Jai. In one fight scene, Big S not only has to fend off enemy attacks but also has to protect Goo Jai who has no marital art background and kiss him. The scene is both erotic and exciting.

This fighting kiss scene took over ten hours to complete. Big S said, "Fighting while kissing was already very difficult, I also had to remember my lines, perform wire work and mind action positions. After the third or fourth hour I was already a little dizzy. Finally it took over ten hours to complete. (It took so long that) Goo Jai's facial hair grew and scratched up my face. It was very exhausting. (How did kissing Goo Jai for so long feel?) I was too involved, after that scene I truly fell in love with Goo Jai the whole day!"

In addition, Goo Jai, Lau Ching Wan and Daniel Wu (Ng Yin Cho)'s film OVERHEARD (SIT TING FUNG WON) was a hit in Hong Kong and the Mainland. It was released on July 24 in the Mainland, by the second weekend its box office already exceeded 60 million; since its July 30 Hong Kong release, its four day box office already surpassed 5.3 million and MURDERER's four day accumulation of 5.2 million box office.

OVERHEARD was Distribution Workshop's founding film. The company chief Shi Nansun, producers Derek Yee Tung Sing and Fong Ping decided to hold a celebration this week.

Directors Alan Mak Siu Fai and Felix Chong Man Keung were very excited about this performance. Ching Wan and Goo Jai who were working in Macau were also satisfied. "I hope everyone continue their support!" Ng Yin Cho said, "I was able to work with idol Ching Wan and fulfilled one of my dreams. Now the film receives so many viewers' recognition, to me it truly is a huge encouragement."

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