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Movie Info

The gay son (Daniel Wu) of a gangster (Yuen Biao) who is ill switches identities with his roommate (Eason Chan).

Cast & Crew

Daniel Wu
Georgie Hung
Kar-Ying Law
Father Eight
Stephen Fung
Cheng Chow
Biao Yuen
Georgie Hung's father
Jackie Chan
Client of Julie
Solon So
Producer
Helen To
Writer
Hang-Sang Poon
Cinematographer
Curran Pang
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  • May 28, 2007
    The Hong Kong comedy-drama film's 'gay' element is basically a red herring, used as comic relief for the most part, and while some of the material borders on crude stereotype, Daniel Wu himself plays the central character with great dignity, reaffirming his status as a gay icon. Ultimately, however, the movie is uneven and disappointing, though redeemed by its energetic cast. If Stephen Fung can resist playing to the gallery in future, he might yet prove himself a director of note, far beyond the loyalty of his devoted fan base. It's still not perfect, like the ending (a fight scene) was cheesily, has in look fake, done.
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