Lau Ching-wan stars as a musician falling out of love with his live-in girlfriend (Carina Lau), also a musician, who is currently celebrating mainstream acceptance. Lau labors for his music, refusing to sellout, but is left bitter by his other half’s success and submission to the industry. He soon moves out and finds a one bedroom apartment overlooking the home of a family of street musicians, one of which is a young woman (Anita Yuen) who will go on to serve as his resurrection — not as an artist — but as a human being. —HKmdb
Derek Yee Tung-sing (simplified Chinese: 尔冬升; traditional Chinese: 爾冬陞; Mandarin Pinyin: Ěr Dōngshēng; Jyutping: Yee5 Tung1 Sing1), born in 1957, is a former Shaw Brothers actor from Hong Kong, currently a film director and screenwriter, who has achieved fame and respect in Hong Kong and international film festival circuits for treading carefully commercial viability concerns with artistic integrity. He is the younger half-brother of famed Hong Kong actors Paul Chun and David Chiang, the latter also a former Shaw Brothers star.
Yee has starred in over 40 movies in Hong Kong between 1975 and 1986, during the time when Shaw Brothers Studio were still producing movies. Since then Yee turned to screenwriting and directing and has made a career out of making films like C’est la vie, mon chéri, Viva Erotica and The Truth About Jane and Sam and also gritty dramas like One Night in Mongkok and Protégé.
Derek Yee was a former boyfriend of Hong Kong actress Maggie Cheung. —Wikipedia… read more