Lung Fung Restaurant

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Lung Fung Restaurant
LungFungRestaurant.jpg
Film poster
Traditional 龍鳳茶樓
Simplified 龙凤茶楼
Mandarin Lóng Fèng Chá Lóu
Cantonese Lung4 Fung6 Cha4 Lau4
Directed by Poon Man-kit
Produced by Clarence Yip
Written by Hau Chi-keung
Clarence Yip
Starring Max Mok
Stephen Chow
Ellen Chan
Charine Chan
Music by Lowell Lo
Cinematography Chan Ying-kit
Wong Po-man
Edited by Chan Kei-hop
Production
company
Movie Impact Ltd
Distributed by Newport Entertainment Ltd
Release date
  • 26 April 1990 (1990-04-26)
Running time
88 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$9,107,362

Lung Fung Restaurant is a 1990 Hong Kong action romantic comedy film directed by Poon Man-kit and starring Max Mok, Stephen Chow, Ellen Chan and Charine Chan.

Plot[edit]

Dragon (Max Mok), an ex-triad member and an ex-convict is employed as a waiter in a restaurant. However, his old triad member friend Rubbish Pool (Stephen Chow) usually hangs out there and his old boss, Kent (Ng Man-tat), usually settles disputes with other gang leaders there so Dragon has a hard time getting pass his old ways. Dragon and Pool meet two bargirls, Gigi (Ellen Chan) and June (Charine Chan). Dragon develops a relationship with Gigi. In an internal gang fight, Uncle Kent and Pool are killed, Dragon is arrested. 6 years after the incident, Dragon is now driving his own taxi and when he is about to go off work Gigi boards his taxi. Gigi is now a sale rep with a family and Dragon has a new girlfriend.

Cast[edit]

Cast Role
Max Mok Dragon Ching
Stephen Chow Rubbish Pool
Ellen Chan Gigi / Fung
Charine Chan June
Ng Man-tat Boss Kent / Uncle Kent
Chu Tit-wo Boss Bull
Parkman Wong Ricky
Wong Chak-ming
Tam Sin-hung Gigi's Mother
Kwong Wai-keung
Henry Fong Gigi's suitor
Chan King-cheung Restaurant manager
Gilbert Lam Johnny
Ho Yee-ming
David Lam
Cheng Wai-keung
Strawberry Yeung Apple
Jameson Lam Brother Wei's drinking friend
So Wai-nam Pool's gangster
Leung Sam Triad elder
Hon San thug
Yeung Wan-king bar keeper
Chuk Kwai-po assassin
Douglas Kung extra
Ken Yip extra

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