Friday, July 25, 2014


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Dior Cheng Yi Kin and Chrissie Chau Sau Na appeared on Cable's Film Montage program and talked about the joy and pain of their new film BREAK UP 100 (FUN SAU 100 CHI). Playing a couple already in their first collaboration, they agreed that they were very nervous before. They even said that before the shoot they already admired each other very much. Ekin called Sister Na "sexy goddess" while Sister Na praised Ekin was her "god". She even pointed out that Ekin radiated a heroic aura from the back. "Ekin in A MAN CALLED HERO (JUNG WA YING HUNG) and YOUNG AND DANGEROUS (GOO WAT JAI) truly was too memorable. Every time I only had to look at his back and my mind would be filled with pictures of him fighting bad guys."

This time their new pairing was very fresh. Ekin said that it was completely due to director Lawrence Cheng Tan Shui's daring attempt. Sister Na also admitted that Brother Tan during negotiation talked her into the film. "Brother Tan said that this time he didn't want me to be sexy but to act, so as soon as I heard I was already very tempted. Coincidentally at the time I was already single, he said that he wanted to find a handsome guy to be with me. I happily nodded. He asked me if Cheng Yi Kin would work. I immediately said, 'Yes! Yes! Yes!'" In the film Ekin and Sister Na played a couple that maintained their relationship by breaking up. The story made them think about love. Ekin said, "In a romantic relationship, how deeply the two love is truly very important. At the start love overwhelms everyone, when they run into any problem or difficulty they are willing to accommodate and tolerate. When they feel that they don't love each other, everything feels like a bother." Sister Na felt that no one should feel the other party should give, actually only because the other party still deeply loves you that he or she is willing to yield and tolerate.

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