Jaycee Chan: Both movies are really different and for me Invisible Target is more like a drama. I discussed much with Benny Chan about the end of the movie. He was only focused on the final explosion when I was more focused on the sudden disappearance of the drama elements.
What stands in mind at the end of a movie: a fist blow or an emotional sequence? I really wanted to have more drama and less fight and it is on my request that we added the final scene…
For the record, it was on purpose that I fell down quickly at the end of the movie: I didn’t want to be on every shot. Once I was down I had less to do and I disappeared from most of the close-ups. (Laugh).
I really like the final result and I hope to be able to work with Benny Chan in the future. Well, in fact, I’d like to work again with all the directors I’ve met.