|Directed by||Pang Ho-cheung|
|Produced by||Pang Ho-cheung|
|Screenplay by||Pang Ho-cheung|
|Music by||Alan Wong|
|Edited by||Wenders Li|
Making Film Productions
|Distributed by||Golden Scene Co. Ltd|
Struggling movie producer To Wai-cheung (Chapman To) is hardly able to make alimony payments to his ex-wife (Kristal Tin), and yet his daughter Jacqueline hopes to one day sees him being interviewed by TVB so she can show her schoolmates her father is a real movie producer. In order to fulfill his daughter's dream, through his best buddy Lui (Simon Lui) he meets Tyrannosaurus (Ronald Cheng), a Guangxi based triad head and a movie investor with a peculiar taste. Tyrannosaurus takes the duo out to a dinner full of weird dishes. He wants a remake of his favorite film, the 1976 Shaw Brothers sex scorcher Confession of a Concubine, to be renamed as Confessions of Two Concubines, but only if Siu Yam-yam reprises her original starring role. As Siu Yam-yam is unwilling to act naked at her present age, To has to hire Popping Candy (Dada Chen), with whom he has oral sex, as her body double. Worse still, To and Liu, who refuse to eat the dishes before them, are told by Tyrannosaurus that the deal can be sealed only if they have sex with a mule.
- Chapman To as To Wai-cheung, a movie producer
- Ronald Cheng as Tyranosaurus
- Dada Chan as Popping Candy
- Fiona Sit as Quin, To's assistant
- Matt Chow as Blackie Tat, a movie director
- Lawrence Cheng as university professor Cheng
- Simon Lui as Lui Wing-shing, To's best friend
- Lam Suet as Tyranosaurus' henchman
- Siu Yam-yam as herself
- Hiro Hayama as himself
- Nora Miao as Miss Cheung
- Vincent Kuk as CEO of Playboy
- Kristal Tin as Barrister Tsang Lai-fong, To's ex-wife
- Miriam Yeung as investigator Leung
- Jim Chim as Firearm Lau
- Mak Ling-ling as hypnotist
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