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Queenie & King The Lovers    (2000)

Director :
Tony Leung Hung Wah

Writer :
Tony Leung Hung Wah

 
Country : Hong Kong
Genre : Drama
HK Category : I I B
Runtime : 90 min.
Video : Colour
Audio : Speaking
 
 Cast :  
Cheung Tat Ming
Gigi Lai Chi
Crystal Tin Yui Nei
Michael Tse Tin Wah
Anthony Wong Chau Sang
Ken Wong Hup Hei
       
 
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Plot

Queenie (Crystal Tin Yui-nei) and King (Cheung Tat-ming) are a HK typical couple, with his long hours at work sometimes interfering with their happiness. Out riding his bike one evening, King is accidentally run off the road by a van and his injuries leave him impotent. Not surprisingly, he tells his wife that she is free to divorce him or see other men but Queenie vows not to let the situation hinder their marriage. Meanwhile, her friends, Eliza (Gigi Lai Chi) and Lam (Anthony Wong Chau-sang), are going through their own marital crisis and more closely resemble two strangers sharing the same living space. Queenie begins spending more time with handsome squash player Fung (Ken Wong Hap-hei), leading King to suspect that something is going on between them. In actuality, his wife has been sleeping with Lam and, when Eliza begins to suspect that her husband has a concubine, Queenie puts an end to their affair. King has already discovered their dalliance, however, and in a plot turn reminiscent of RUN AND KILL, he drunkenly bemoans his wife's infidelity in a local bar. His triad buddy, Shun (Michael Tse Tin-wah), overhears and decides to take revenge for King but he and his goons beat up Fung by accident. Lam decides to divorce Eliza but she proceeds to slit her wrists and is only saved in the nick of time. While Queenie goes off to spend time by herself in Japan, King comes up with a plan that he thinks will make her happier.
 
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Director, Writer :
Tony Leung Hung Wah
 
 Cast : (when available)  (Hide) (full cast & crew)

Cheung Tat Ming

Gigi Lai Chi

Crystal Tin Yui Nei

Michael Tse Tin Wah

Anthony Wong Chau Sang

Ken Wong Hup Hei
 
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