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Peter Chan Ho Sun, Sandra Ng Kwan Yu and Louis Koo Tin Lok yesterday headed to Hengdian for the Chan Ho Sun directed film HEROINE (HUP NUI). They ran into Richie Jen (Yam Yin Chai) at the airport. Siu Chai was also going to Hengdian for a film. Siu Chai complained to the reporters that Johnnie To Kei Fung's production progress has been slow and tough on him.
Siu Chai yesterday went to Hengdian for the film FLIRTING SCHOLAR (TONG BAK FU DIM CHAU HEUNG). Although he was not ready to face the press but still cooperated with an interview and photos with Goo Jai and Kwan Yu. Siu Chai expressed that aside from working on these two films in Hengdian, he still had two yet to be completed To Kei Fung directed films in Hong Kong. His schedule thus had arrangement difficulties. Siu Chai even said, "Now I want to cry from the work! Mr. To is taking a long time with his shoot. I am getting yelled at from both sides all the time, it's tough to be in the middle!" He even expressed that due to the constant commuting for movies, luggage packing alone already made him dizzy. He even said, "I really have to thank Mr. To. One already has been in production for an entire year. Earlier he said it would take three years. So far I still haven't had any scene with Lau Ching Wan yet."
Koo Tin Lok was ailing. This time he estimated that he would stay in Hengdian for two months, but he was concerned about the cold climate there. He said that the film would have a lot of action scenes, which would increase how much he exercises and might be better for his health. He also said that this was the first time that he and Kwan Yu played a couple. They even had intimate scenes in the film. He said, "With Peter here, there is a limit to how passionate they will be! Maybe it will just be a peck." With Peter there, would he feel awkward during intimate scenes with Kwan Yu? He said, "Only with him there it won't awkward! Otherwise I will have to explain myself when I return to Hong Kong."