Monday, July 11, 2011


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The Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo Tin Lok and Daniel Wu (Ng Yin Cho) starred OVERHEARD 2 (SIT TING FUNG WON 2) not only gave them their fill of acting but also pitted Lau Ching Wan against a group of veteran actors including Kenneth Tsang Kong, Kong Ngai, Wu Fung and others. Director Alan Mak Siu Fai and Ching Wan both praised the veterans as never aging at all.

Tsang Kong's hearing although in recent years has been poor, his performance quality has not been affected. He even used his own way to overcome the hardship. When they went over the script, he grasped where the details of the entire script were with other people's expressions and lips; fellow good actor Lok Ying Kwan said that it was a very rare chance to work with Brother Sau (Wu Fung), Tsang Kong and Uncle Kong Ngai. He said, "I remember in one scene Uncle Tsang Kong shot a gun, he was completely at ease. He was very agile and took his mark accurately; if he did not perform, we might be at work for awhile."

Having played many villains, Kong Ngai this time appeared as a villain again but had a break through. He said, "This time I played a thug and would explode with foul language."

In addition, Ching Wan in OVERHEARD 2 rarely wore a "three piece" and even drove the sports car all over the place. The most memorable scene for Ching Wan was being able to drive like crazy on the street, charging uphill and cutting lanes. Because the production team already set up road blocks, he was able to drive fast at ease. Finally Lau Ching Wan could even viciously trashed the sports car.

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