“I Love Hong Kong” Commences Filming on CNY 20111 min readReading Time: 2 minutes
“I Love Hong Kong” has been scheduled for 2011 lunar new year release has commenced filming in Hong Kong yesterday.
Directed by Chung Shu Kai and co-directed and produced by Eric Tsang, the comedy is a follow- up effort on the highly successful 72 Tenants of Prosperity.
The film brings together a exciting ensemble cast of Eric Tsang, Sandra Ng, Tony Leung Karfai, Aarif Lee, Bosco Wong, Chan Fala & Wong Cho Lam and will feature cameo performances from many popular artistes.
I Love Hong Kong is a feel good movie which inculcates that all will be well and prosperity will visit when everyone lives in harmony. NG SHUN returns with his wife SHUN-SOH and 3 children to celebrate NG KIN’s 60th birthday. Unknown to KIN, his son has gotten into trouble and is plotting for him to take the rap. At the same time, LONG, a swindler who conned money from the neighbours 30 years ago is now a property tycoon. He promises to pay each of the 30 neighbours HK$100 million as compensation as long as a representative of each household returns to the estate on Lunar New Year’s Eve. A mad rush ensues as SHUN and his family tries to gather the old neighbours to avoiding missing the bonanza.
The commencement ceremony of the star studded co-production between Shaw Brothers Studio, Television Broadcasts Limited was graced by the main casts of the film and investors.
I Love Hong Kong will be distributed by Clover Films and Shaw Organisation in Singapore. The movie is slated for release on 2nd February 2011.