Made in Hong Kong (film)
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|Made in Hong Kong (香港製造)|
|Directed by||Fruit Chan|
|Produced by||Andy Lau
Doris Yang Ziming
|Written by||Fruit Chan|
|Music by||Lam Wah-Chuen|
Made in Hong Kong (香港製造) is a 1997 Hong Kong film written and directed by Fruit Chan, executive produced by Andy Lau and starring Sam Lee, Yim Hui-Chi, Wenders Li, and Tam Ka-Chuen. It won the Best Picture Award at the 1998 Hong Kong Film Awards along with 13 other wins and 6 nominations.
The movie is made from leftover film reels and as such has a very low cost of production, even for an independent movie.
Cast and roles
- Sam Lee - To Chung-Chau, 'Moon'
- Neiky Yim Hui-Chi - Lam Yuk-Ping, 'Ping'
- Wenders Li - Ah-Lung, 'Sylvester' (credited as Wenbers Li Tung-Chuen)
- Amy Tam Ka-Chuen - Hui Bo San, 'Susan'
- Carol Lam Kit-Fong - Mrs. Lam, Ping's mother
- Doris Chow Yan-Wah - Mrs. To, Moon's mother
- Siu Chung - Ms. Lee, social worker
- Chan Tat-Yee - Fat Chan
- Wu Wai-Chung - Keung
- Sang Chan - 'Big Brother', Cheung Siu-Wing
- Kelvin Chung - Doctor
- Ah Ting - Moon's father
- Jessica - Moon's father's current wife
- Ah Wai - Assassin on skateboard
- Ho B-Chai - Male student
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