While Director Pang deserves a lot of credit, he had help. First, the story with some witty and authentic dialogue is not flawless. Hong Kong Film Awards. Aggressively she gets Jimmy attention by her seductive pushing and pulling. Archived from the original on 19 December Director Pang Ho-Cheung flawlessly captures the habit, manner and weird things nowadays.
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Meeting people at a random ash-can in the back alleyway of Hong Kong is easily believable. Within the first few minutes, I was immediately drawn to her character. For starters, it was just the right amount of quirky. The movie begins with a dramatization of a shaggy dog story about a man locked in car trunk in a parking lot who turns out to be a ghost. This yellow box bonding is much envied.
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Local commentaries say the film won't work dubbed in Mandarin because its Cantonese profanities are untranslatable and had the audiences in stitches throughout. Archived from the original on 20 June Jimmy is the young 20 something, nonchalant, advertise pushing boy while Cherrie is the older 20 something, Sephora make up selling girl full of sass. Login or Register before you can reply to Ross. That Cherie leaves her boyfriend whom she has been with for 5 years because of a newly met male friend she fancies simply does not convince me. These aren't the type of characters I like to root for, personally. They meet at one of the smoking areas where they trade stories with folks from other parts of the neighbourhood, and soon become fast friends, hitting it off almost instantaneously after cosmetics salesgirl Cherie learns of the unfortunate infidelity of ad executive Jimmy's soon to be ex girlfriend, which provides enormous punctuations of laughter since she and others not supposed to be in the loop are sworn to secrecy.
Login or Register before you can reply to kiwi. Need another stick but have smoked your last? Hide Spoilers. The film is based on Xi Xi 's diary Mourning For Breasts , which was based on her experiences with breast cancer. Included are some documentary-reel like clips containing faux pas interviews with the characters which while a tangent from the main narrative, contains plenty of rip-roaring revelations that continue all the way until during the end credits which contains those which don't exactly fit into the main narrative proper. I think it'll make its way to Singapore despite the focus on the smokes with some redeeming factors , but surely, this is one film that will lose out tremendously if dubbed in Mandarin, since the colourful, fast-and-furiously delivered-only-in-Cantonese swear phrases will lose their shine the audience was just going nuts! Larry 3 says: