Monday, August 16, 2010


Miao Pu, Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Dante Lam Chiu Yin, Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, Kwai Lun-Mei, Lu Yi

Kwai Lun-Mei
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THE STOOL PIGEON (SIN YUN) yesterday on the Qixi Chinese Valentine's Day held its premiere press conference in Beijing. Director Dante Lam Chiu Yin, Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, Nick Cheung Ka Fai, Lu Yi coordinated with the atmosphere and personally welcomed Kwai Lun-Mei and Miao Pu. Their extremely gentleman like performance won the compliments of everyone.

Speaking of the mysterious relationship scenes between Tse Ting Fung, Kwai Lun-Mei and Lu Yi, they each had their own experience. Siu Mei first bashfully stated, "The character I played was Lu Yi's deep love but was mutual admiration with Ting Fung's character, they met in the intersection during their escape. They were able to know each other until the end." Ting Fung not only had an emotional kiss with Siu Mei in the film but also talked about the kiss scene at the premiere. Always stingy with kiss scenes, why was Ting Fung not stingy with THE STOOL PIGEON? Ting Fung smiled and said, "My wife approved this scene." Everyone laughed while Ting Fung very seriously said again, "If the wife doesn't approve, I don't." As for the kiss scene, Siu Mei stated that when emotions have been accumulated to a point, it would very naturally happen. Ting Fung even said that so far he still has not seen the film, so he was more tense and hoped that it would have a new experience. "I feel that my performance method is more mature." The director immediately an extremely confident answer that Ting Fung's performance was more solid and very accurately grasped his character's inside. That type of maturity radiated out of every part of his body.

THE STOOL PIGEON had many blood racing fight scenes that were approved without a single cut. In addition the Mainland and Hong Kong versions would have no regional difference. Lam Chiu Yin humbly said, "A movie has to have its center and nucleus for the audience to see, not
just blood and violence." Yet about the Mainland and Hong Kong's first uniform version, the director still very excitedly expressed, "(Viewers) can see the authentic flavored film."

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