Twenty Something (film)
|Mandarin||Wǎn Jiǔ Jiāo Wú|
|Cantonese||Maan5 Gau2 Ziu1 Ng5|
|Directed by||Teddy Chan|
|Produced by||Peter Chan|
|Written by||James Yuen|
|Music by||Wong Wai Nin
|Cinematography||Kwan Pak Suen
|Edited by||Cheung Ka Fai|
|United Filmmakers Organisation (UFO)|
|Running time||98 minutes|
|Box office||HK $10,468,360|
Twenty Something (晚九朝五) is a 1994 Hong Kong film directed by Teddy Chan Tak-Sum (陳德森) and presented by Eric Tsang. It is the sole Category-III film in UFO's (United Filmmakers Organization) list of credits, and features a popular theme song "Wish" (願) sung by Sandy Lam. Then newcomer Jordan Chan won Best Supporting Actor at the 14th Hong Kong Film Awards for his role in the film.
Teddy reproduced it in Twenty Something Taipei (台北晚九朝五) (2002), the theme of the Mandarin theme song sung by Elva Hsiao is the 1994 theme song.
After working, these youth have heavy night living, drink wine, having sex with different people, and sleep late. They have different endings, some goes to normal living, and some dies. In the 2002 film, there are new characters and some romance, and there are generation and region culture difference.
Cast and roles
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