Hot Summer Days

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Hot Summer Days
Hot Summer Days poster.jpg
Directed by
Produced by
Written by Tony Chan
Starring
Music by Eddie Chung
Cinematography Sion Michel
Edited by Wenders Li
Production
company
Distributed by
Release dates
  • 11 February 2010 (2010-02-11) (China)
  • 18 February 2010 (2010-02-18) (Hong Kong)
Running time
93 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language
  • Cantonese
  • Mandarin
Budget 36 million
Box office 60 million

Hot Summer Days (simplified Chinese: 全城热恋热辣辣; traditional Chinese: 全城熱戀熱辣辣; pinyin: Chuán Chéng Rè Liàn Rè Là Là; Jyutping: Cyun4 Sing4 Jit6 Lyun2 Jit6 Lat6 Lat6) is a China-produced romantic comedy film set in Hong Kong featuring an ensemble cast including Nicholas Tse, Jacky Cheung, Daniel Wu, Vivian Hsu, Barbie Hsu, Rene Liu, Angelababy and William Chan and also featuring a guest appearance by Maggie Cheung. It was released to celebrate both Chinese New Year and Valentine's Day.[1] The film was also released in Hong Kong but didn't receive much attention, partly because of its fictitious representation of the city and cultural differences. Like many other mainland-invested films, the Hong Kong release have the Hong Kong actors and actresses speak in Cantonese, while the dialogues are all dubbed in mandarin in the China and international release.

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