Bug Me Not!

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Bug Me Not!
Hp bugmenot.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Law Chi-Leung
Produced by Albert Lee
Cheung Chi-Kwong
Zhao Jianguo
Written by Tony H. Chow
Yeung Sin-Ling
Starring Isabella Leong
Bolin Chen
Kenny Kwan
Gillian Chung
Charlene Choi
Music by Yue Yat-Yiu
Ho Shan
Cinematography Chan Chi-Ying
Edited by Kong Chi-Leung
Distributed by Emperor Entertainment Group (Hong Kong)
Polybona Films (China)
Tai Seng Video (United States)
Release date
  • 21 July 2005 (2005-07-21) (Hong Kong)
Running time
87 min
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Bug Me Not! (traditional Chinese: 蟲不知; simplified Chinese: 虫不知; Cantonese Yale: Chung bat ji) is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Law Chi-Leung. Isabella Leong, portraying Moon in Bug Me Not!, was nominated for Best New Performer for the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards in 2006.[1]


Moon is a young misfit who has the ability to talk to bugs. Moon has always been perceived as a "misfit" because she spoke baby talk too long. She has a crush on a boy named Hyland who works in a store owned by his father, across the street from her house. Unknown to Moon, Hyland has a serious problem with body contact with other people. Moon also meets Coochie, an endearing ladybug who speaks to her and becomes part of her daily life, advising her. Moon meets some children who also have abilities, including telekinetic twins, a high jumping teen, a fortune teller, and a boy with x-ray vision that is a semi-pervert. Leading these misfits is a woman named Auntie who looks early to mid 20s but her actual age is 70. Auntie wants both Moon and Hyland to join her band of misfits because of Moon's abilities and Hyland's ability to dodge from other people's attacks, i.e. superspeed.


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