|courtesy of singtao.com
The Sammo Hung Kam Bo (Big Brother Big) directed and starred, Andy Lau Tak Wa produced and guest starred film THE BODYGUARD (DUT GUNG YEH YEH) gathered almost half the entertainment circle after answering Big Brother Big's call. Aside from Wa Jai, Hu Jun, Feng Shaofeng, Eddie Peng Yu-Yan, Tsui Hark, Karl Maka, Dean Shek Tin were all "drafted" with Big Brother Big's colleagues Yuen Biao, Yuen Qiu, Yuen Wah, Yuen Ting, Yuen Bo and others. Even Tony Leung Ka Fai flew to Heilongjiang to cheer on Big Brother Big.
Aside from performing, this all star line up was the happiest about the photo opportunities. They made the set into a big party for old friends. Guest star Tsui Hark said that Big Brother Big in his 54 years of film career not only contributed to Chinese film but also helped many people. Thus this time for Big Brother Big's comeback, friends rushed over to help. Maka, Shek Tin have not made a movie in 15 and 25 years respectively. The four "old men" with a total age of over 200 participated in the same film. Maka described their team as stronger than diamond. Shek Tin stated, "Only Hung Kam Bo, no one else may be able to make me move."
Big Brother Big said that working on a movie with friends was very pleasant and very rare event. He could only repay their "favor" by making this film great. Wa Jai also said, "I will always be by Big Brother Big's side. As long as he needs me, I will be there." Wa Jai and Big Brother Big even edited a highlight video in a silent film format. Wa Jai and his on screen wife Song Jia worked on an argument scene. Big Brother Big and the three great old men Maka, Shek Tin and Tsui Hark talked about shots of old, which was especially attractive.