Summer Holiday (2000 film)

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Summer Holiday
Film poster
MandarinXià Rì De Me Me Chá
CantoneseHaa6 Jat6 Dik1 Mo1 Mo1 Caa4
Directed byJingle Ma
Produced byDavid Chan
Sasaki Kiyo
Patricia Chong
Screenplay bySusan Chan
StarringRichie Jen
Sammi Cheng
Music byPeter Kam
CinematographyJingle Ma
Chan Kwok-Hung
Edited byKwong Chi-leung
Golden Harvest
Red on Red
Distributed byGolden Harvest
Release date
10 August 2000 (2000-08-10)
Running time
98 minutes
CountryHong Kong
Box officeHK$21,336,647

Summer Holiday (夏日的麼麼茶) is a 2000 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by Jingle Ma and starring Richie Jen and Sammi Cheng.

The film earned HK$21,336,647 at the Hong Kong box office, becoming the second highest-grossing local film after Needing You... in Hong Kong of 2000. It was nominated in four categories at the 20th Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best cinematography for Chan Kwok-Hung, Best Art Direction for Silver Cheung, Best Original film Score for Peter Kam and Best Original Film Song for Jen, Ah Niu and Michael Wong.


  • Richie Jen as Momocha
  • Sammi Cheng as Summer Koo
  • Vincent Kok as Summer's boss
  • Echo Chen as YoYo
  • Ah Niu (Tan Kheng Seong) as Hercules
  • Michael Wong as Zeneger
  • Tay Ping Hui as George
  • Katherine Wang as Yau
  • Tam Fung-ling as Daisy
  • Chow Siu-yin as Secretary
  • Chan Pui-hing as Groom
  • Cheung Wai-kuen as Pastor
  • Chan Yi-yi as May
  • Mak Kwai-yuen as Roger
  • Wong Chi-hong as Mr. Chan
  • Yu Chung-yik as Tarzan
  • Yeung Ying-choi as Snake
  • Yip Cho-yau as Elephant
  • Ankee Leung as Tarzan's worker
  • Yamada Rena as Takagi
  • Seung Yik-san as Tommy
  • Wyman Yeung as Fake George
  • Siu Yee-ting as Tarzan's girlfriend
  • Jeffrey Wong as Policeman #1
  • Wan Kin-fai as Policeman #2
  • Tam Wai-ching as Receptionist
  • Chan Wing-chi as Polaris Investment's boss
  • Charlie Hau as Polaris Investment's executive
  • Ng Suk-sam as Summer's lawyer

Filming locations[edit]

The movie was shot primarily in Redang island off the coast of the state of Terengganu, Malaysia

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