Siu Wai (Cecilia Cheung) is a young woman, whose fiancé (Louis Koo) has been killed in an accident. She takes on her late fiancé’s minibus business in order to support his young son, Lok Lok. As Siu Wai struggles in the cutthroat business, she is befriended by Dai Fai (Lau Ching Wan), another minibus driver who was at the scene of her fiancé’s accident. Dai Fai takes pity on her plight and he regularly assists Siu Wai, from taking care of Lok Lok to teaching her the ropes of minibus driving. As Dai Fai becomes more heavily involved with Siu Wai and her daily obstacles, could there be something more in their platonic relationship? —Wikipedia
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