Days of Tomorrow

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Days of Tomorrow
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US film poster
Traditional 天長地久
Simplified 天长地久
Mandarin Tiān Cháng Dì Jiǔ
Cantonese Tin1 Ceong4 Dei6 Gau2
Directed by Jeffrey Lau
Produced by Andy Lau
Daniel Yu
Written by Jeffrey Lau
Starring Andy Lau
Jay Lau
Carrie Ng
Deanie Ip
Hilary Tsui
Music by Lowell Lo
Stephen Shing
Cinematography Arthur Wong
Edited by Patrick Tam
Hai Kit-wai
Production
company
Distributed by Newport Entertainment
Release date
5 August 1993 (1993-08-05)
Running time
93 miutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$9,600,943

Days of Tomorrow (天長地久) is a 1993 Hong Kong romantic drama film written and directed by Jeffrey Lau, produced by and starring Andy Lau.

Summary[edit]

Days of Tomorrow tells the story of a young girl, Yan (Hilary Tsui), who has been brought up never knowing much about her father. Her mother won't tell her and all she knows is that he was an actor in an old movie. When the movie is set to be remade, she applies for a job and it is there she runs into a woman who doesn't want the movie remade who knows her father. The woman tells her the story of the actor Fong Tak-shing (Andy Lau).

Cast[edit]

  • Andy Lau as Fong Tak-shing
  • Jay Lau as Ling / Lily
  • Carrie Ng as Nancy
  • Deanie Ip as Ling's mother (guest star)
  • Hilary Tsui as Yan
  • Yip san as Sheung
  • Lau Kong as Lam
  • Henry Fong as Mr. Lui
  • Danny Poon as Ban
  • Kenneth Chan as Movie star
  • Power Chan as Pong
  • Lee Siu-kei as Keung
  • Lam Seung-mo as Sheung's lover
  • Daniel Yu as Movie director
  • Eric Kong as Cheong
  • Hon San
  • Kwok Tak-sun as Uncle Six
  • So Wai-nam
  • Lam Kwok-kit
  • Jameson Lam

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Days of Tomorrow". imdb.com. Retrieved 30 July 2010. 
  2. ^ "Days of Tomorrow". chinesemov.com. Retrieved 30 July 2010. 

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