Hu Du Men (Entrance of the P-Side) (1996)

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The title phrase refers to the crossing of lines. In Cantonese opera, an actor who literally becomes his or her character, leaving all sense of the original self behind is said to have crossed the imaginary hu-du-men. This comedy drama centers on Lang Kim-sum (portrayed by one of Hong Kong's finest actresses, Josephine Siao Fong-fong), a much-loved opera star and owner of a distinguished theatrical troupe who finds herself faced with many lines to cross as she prepares to retire and move to Australia with her husband.

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Anita Yuen
as Yip Yuk-Sum
David Wu
as Lam, the Director
Tam Sin-hung
as Aunt Ming
Waise Lee
as Ying Mang-lung
Siu Chung-Kwan
as Liang Siu-tin
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