Love in the Buff

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Love in the Buff
Love in the Buff poster.jpg
Directed by Pang Ho-Cheung
Produced by John Chong
Starring Miriam Yeung
Shawn Yue
Xu Zheng
Mini Yang
Vincent Kuk
Production
company
Distributed by Media Asia Films
Release dates
  • 29 March 2012 (2012-03-29)
Running time
111 minutes
Language Cantonese
Mandarin
Box office US$3.61 million[1]

Love in the Buff (Chinese: 春嬌與志明) is a 2012 film, the metropolitan romance film which was a co-production between Hong Kong and the mainland China, directed by Pang Ho-Cheung, and it was the sequel of Love in a Puff. The film crafted by the original cast of Love in a Puff, continue starred by Miriam Yeung and Shawn Yue.

The film was shooting started in mid-July 2011 at Hong Kong, and moved for location shooting at Beijing in early August, finally ended on 30 August 2011. The movie was released at March 29, 2012 in Hong Kong and March 30 at mainland China, April 19 at Malaysia and Singapore on May 17.

Later, Miriam Yeung won the Best Actress at the 32nd Hong Kong Film Award for the movie.[2]

Plot[edit]

Inherited the story of Love in a Puff, 5 months after, Jimmy was under a high pressure in working hours and workload, Cherie was dissatisfied with it and decided to move back to live with her parents. After they broke up, Jimmy follow his job development to Beijing, and therefore he was recognised the stewardess You-you Shang on the flight, and started a romance relationship.

Six months later later, Cherie was also transferred to the company in Beijing, the two meet by chance, the lingering feelings made them rekindle their love, they can’t seem to keep away from each other. However, a desirable male partner Sam was having a good impression with Cherie...

Cast[edit]

Reception[edit]

As of 3 April 2012, Love in the Buff has scored an 89% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.[3]

Box office[edit]

After 4 days of its initial release in Hong Kong, the film has earned HK$9,301,112 in the box office and was no. 1 on the weekend of 31 March to 1 April at the Hong Kong box office.[4]

Closing Credits[edit]

Shawn Yue's re-enactment of Linda Wong's '90s hit song "Don't Ask Who I Am" was shown along with the closing credits. In the video, Yue dressed very closely as Wong, as well as mimicked Wong's facial expressions and gestures in the original video. This video has gone viral on social networking sites. [1]

Soundtrack album[edit]

A Love in the Buff original soundtrack was released on 30 March 2012.

Track listing:

  1. 法國人惹的禍
  2. Drenched (唱-曲婉婷)
  3. Water Melon Bossa
  4. Chop Pig Chair
  5. 離開好地方
  6. 好地方(北京版)
  7. Rendezvous Valse
  8. 我的歌聲裡 (唱-曲婉婷)
  9. Anyway At All
  10. Smoky Memory
  11. He Said You Are Beautiful
  12. Date In Bed
  13. Queen Of Hea
  14. What's Behind
  15. Third Party
  16. Flirt Again
  17. Blind Date Club
  18. Who's 余春嬌?
  19. To Be Honest
  20. 草坪,野餐,好舒服
  21. 春天
  22. Transparent Secret (EKIN version)
  23. Mirror Of You
  24. Why Couldn't Be Together Everyday?
  25. Time To Leave, Bye!
  26. Time To Chase You Back
  27. 掛住你呀!
  28. Love Means...
  29. Love In The Buff

References[edit]

  1. ^ Liz Shackleton (2012-07-06). "Hong Kong box office soars by 19% in first half of 2012". Screen Daily. Retrieved 2012-07-07. 
  2. ^ "32nd Hong Kong Film Awards 2013". HK Neo Reviews. Retrieved 2013-04-14. 
  3. ^ Love in the Buff Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved on 3 April 2012.
  4. ^ 每週詳細票房 2012年3月26日 - 2012年4月1日 Hong Kong Film Mart. Retrieved on 10 April 2012.

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