Monday, February 20, 2012


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The Andy Lau Tak Wa, Zhang Jingchu, Lin Chiling, Tong Dawei starred treasure hunt film DWELLING IN THE FUCHUN MOUNTAINS yesterday shot its final indoor scene at the China National Museum.  At 4PM as director Sun Jianjun yelled cut, the film completed its last shot -- the exhibit of DWELLING IN THE FUCHUN MOUNTAINS bi-coastal combination that at the same time signaled the production's perfect completion.  12 of the most influential sculptors in China worked together on the film sculpture NEW DWELLING IN THE FUCHUN MOUNTAINS, which also appeared for the first time.

After finishing its final shot, the team immediately held a wrap press conference.  At the ceremony director Sun Jianjun, American director Bob, Actors Lau Tak wa, Tong Dawei, Zhang Jingchu, Lin Ching and the release company representatives and other cultural celebrities unveiled the film sculpture NEW DWELLING IN THE FUNCHUN MOUNTAINS.  Wa Jai was asked about his relationships with the actresses in the film.  He joked, "One is my lover, the other is my mistress.  I am a couple with Tong Dawei as well."  Lin Chiling said, "Overall character relationships are all complicated and complex, hard to describe in a few words.  Being able to work with Brother Wa is our honor.  From Brother Wa we saw what we should learn from him.  He has everyone's respect for being very serious at every shot."

Zhang Jingchu praised everyone's professionalism.  From Brother Wa she learned a lot about action scenes.  Lin Chiling was so ill while shooting in Dubai that she could not speak, but she still had no complaint.  Tong Dawei felt that Wa Jai's high emotional quotient was the most amazing.  "We were very tired from the shoot and worked very long hours, but Brother Wa was able to remain serious for every shot.  Like last night the fight scenes were shot first, then when we shot the dramatic scenes everyone was very tired, but he during the shoot still put his best condition in front of the camera.  Everyone has moods and would be somewhat frustrated, but not Brother Wa."

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