The Golden Girls (film)

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The Golden Girls
TheGoldenGirls.jpg
Film poster
Traditional 山水有相逢
Simplified 山水有相逢
Mandarin Shān Shuǐ Yǒu Xiāng Féng
Cantonese Saan1 Seoi2 Jau2 Seong1 Fung4
Directed by Joe Ma
Produced by Cheung Chi-sing
Written by Cheung Chi-sing
Joe Ma
Starring Lau Ching-wan
Anita Yuen
Ada Choi
Alien Sun
Music by Clarence Hui
Joseph Hwang
Ronald Ng
Cinematography Apple Kwan
Edited by Eric Kwong
Production
company
Distributed by China Star Entertainment Group
Release dates
  • 16 November 1995 (1995-11-16) (Hong Kong)
Running time
94 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$10,091,650

The Golden Girls (Chinese: 山水有相逢) is a 1995 Hong Kong romantic comedy film directed by Joe Ma and starring Lau Ching-wan and Anita Yuen. The film is not related to the US TV sitcom of the same name.

Cast[edit]

  • Lau Ching-wan as Chun-wai
  • Anita Yuen as Mei-ball
  • Ada Choi as Lulu Shum
  • Alien Sun as May Chu
  • Allen Fong as Assistant director
  • Nancy Lan as Assistant director
  • Manfred Wong as Director of Cleopatra
  • Francis Ng as Wong Siu-yi
  • Cheung Tat-ming as Cousin J.P.
  • Yeung Bing-lam as Lam Sin
  • Pak Yiu-charn as Studio boss
  • Wong Yat-fei as Brother Choi
  • Vincent Kok as Kent
  • Michael Tse as Fey Leading Man
  • Lee Lik-chi as Priest
  • Josephine Koo as Sister Sen
  • Tin Kai-man as Trainee actor with cigarette in mouth
  • Chan Hau-yee as New actress
  • Cheung Chi-sing as Cinematographer
  • Cheuk Wai-man as Studio boss' secretary
  • David Lai as Projectionist
  • Leung Pui-san as Trainee actress
  • June Chan as Trainee actress
  • Irsi Chai as Trainee actress
  • Perry Chiu as Trainee actress
  • Lok Sze-man as Trainee actress
  • Chan Chor-man as Trainee actress
  • Alan Mak as Assistant director
  • Lam Suk-foon as Make up artist A
  • Irene Kong as Make up artist B
  • Lung Chi-shing as Traitor
  • Chan Hing-hang as Cinematographer
  • Wong Wa-wo as Reporter
  • So Wai-nam as Cousin's bodyguard
  • So Wai-nam as Cousin's bodyguard

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