Monday, July 21, 2014


Jeana Ho enjoys watermelon
Jeana Ho sticks her chest in Philip Keung's face
Philip Keung and Jeana Ho are full of expressions in a car
Patrick Kong produces for the first time and does everything himself
Jacquelin Chong visits the set
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The small budget romance specialist Patrick Kong (Yip Lim Sum) produced new film SIU JEH YAU SUM (MISS TEMPTING HEART)'s subject involved the recently increasing third party phenomenon, as he asked rumored girlfriend Jacquelin Chong Si Man, Jeana Ho Pui Yu, Philip Keung Ho Man, Annie Liu (Lau Sum Yau) and Pakho Chau to play two stories. In the former Jacquelin, Jeana and Blackie played a love triangle that was a typical story of a third party due to the lack of communication between city couples.

Two days ago Jeana and Blackie's car rocking scene was shot. Jeana first climbed onto Blackie and put her chest to his face, then Blackie took the initiative. Jeana arched her back and gave an expression filled performance. She also stuck her had out the window to moan and scream. Afterward they were soaked. Producer Yip Lim Sum immediately bought watermelon for them to cool down. Jacquelin also visited the set to cheer them on.

Jeana later said that seducing Blackie was not as embarrassing as Yip Lim Sum making fun of her for being a size fatter. She said, "I spent two weeks to lose 16 pounds, I am back in shape! Actually Brother Black and I earlier worked together on a RTHK series and I played his mistress too. This time is almost a continuation! (Was the car rocking scene very extreme?) It's just hot, but it was pretty fun. Maybe because of our height, while rolling around in the car we bruised our arms and legs. In one spot I almost chipped my tooth!" Used to action scenes, tough guy Blackie this time made a love scene. He admitted that it was tougher than a fight scene. "Luckily my co-star was very professional. (Did you warn your wife?) I told her, but she said that she wouldn't watch it!"

In addition, Yip Lim Sum yesterday attended a film appreciation event. He said that he was a producer for the first time, not only did he have to keep an eye on the numbers but also look for investors and actors. Was being a producer very tough? He said, "No, as I get older I have to start taking this step." He also said that later he will work more with new directors. In October he and Julian Cheung Chi Lam will work on the film CHIN YIK NGOK MOR OI SEUNG NGOR.

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