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Charlene Choi Cheuk Yin, Ashina Kwok Yik Sum, Hedwig Tam Sin Yin and director Tsang Tsui Shan two nights ago attended THE LADY IMPROPER (FEI FUN SHOOK NUI) audience appreciation event. Ah Sa said that she has not disguised herself to watch the audience reaction but she has read online reviews and comments. She said, "Most were OK, actually they had very different comments. Ultimately each movie has people who like it and dislike it."
Ah Sa said that earlier at the premiere, she and lead actor Wu Kang-Jen sat together. When they got to their intimate scene they covered their eyes. She said, "No eyes see, it was very awkward. (How did your friends feel about the film?) They definitely support it, they even said that they kept from blinking to watch it." Ah Sa said that Kwok Yik Sum also had intimate scenes. Kwok Yik Sum said that luckily she had a wrap to cover yourself. "Because I was alone, hearing myself was very awkward. (What did you hear?) The 'breathing' sounds from acting."
In the film Ah Sa performed a pole dance. She pointed out that Tam Sin Yin's pole dance was even sexier than hers. Tam Sin Yin said, "Two different kind of sexy, they are sexually daring, I am choreographically daring." Ah Sa said that after finishing this film she would rather be sexy than working on another intimate scene. "Because some moves are scientific, basically they can't be done in real life. (Would you try it with your boyfriend?) I just said they weren't scientific, the moves would be doing something that others would not be capable of. You had to contort your body while facing the camera. It's impossible, in real life you might sprain your hip and neck. During the shoot I really almost twisted all my limbs. Wu Kang-Jen had it bad too, his knees were all bruised." Was the pole dancing more damaging? Ah Sa said, "The bruises from pole dancing were in different areas, inner thigh. Those less than scientific moves were more on the other thigh. I was injured inside and out, the shoot was very tough."