Tuesday, April 12, 2022


Without any gun fight, Jacky Cheung had an easier day
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Song God Jacky Cheung Hok Yau began work on the Emperor Motion Picture HOI GUAN JIN SIN (CUSTOMS FRONT LINE), since working on HEAVEN IN THE DARK (UM SIK TIN TONG) in 2016 he rarely participated in film production. However earlier on his first day at work he was still in rather good shape and looked much younger. Playing a customs agent in the film, he and Ting Fung had many scenes together. On the first day of work they were already in full gear, running into a warehouse with guns in hand for a gun fight scene. Because Ting Fung was personally in charge of the action, Hok Yau admitted that he trusted him and left everything in Ting Fung's hands.

Two days ago around 5 PM, the team went to a delivery service company for location shoot. The staff was busy with the preparation. Later director Herman Yau Lai To appeared. Around 40 to 50 people were on site.

Around 7 PM, Hok Yau in a casual wear appeared and began the shoot. That night he got a break from the fighting as he worked on a dramatic scene. Hok Yau carried a backpack and went to the counter with a serious look to chat with the actor who was playing the clerk. Then he took out a pen and wrote. Although Hok Yau has not made a movie in a very long time, he still had ample experience. As soon as work began he was able to rapidly get into character. After two shots that scenes was completed.

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