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Feng chen san nu xia (1994)

Three girls - three roommates - three different personalities. As the young girls struggle to find their individuality they each learn in their own way the meaning of love, life and relationships.

Writer:

Cho-Yee Cheung (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Loletta Lee ... Jane Ma
Ellen Chan ... Gigi Chan
Ivy Leung ... Bobo
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kenneth Chan Kenneth Chan ... Roger
Kwok-Pong Chan ... Hung
Ekin Cheng ... Mike
Yik-Man Fan
Wing-Choi Hau Wing-Choi Hau
Dave Ching Lam Dave Ching Lam
Suet-Man Lee Suet-Man Lee
Jamie Luk ... Smart Leung
Wilson Yip ... (as Wai-Shun Yip)
King-Tan Yuen ... Fei-Fei
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Three girls - three roommates - three different personalities. As the young girls struggle to find their individuality they each learn in their own way the meaning of love, life and relationships.

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Average film, nothing special
17 October 2002 | by Proud_CanadianSee all my reviews

It's an average movie with nothing special about it. Jane, Bobo, and Gigi are three single roommates looking for love. Gigi is a bit-part actress and Bobo does dubbing for films. Bobo is in love with Hung, a minor writer for films, who in turn is in love with Gigi. Jane is out of work and goes for a job interview where she meets with a bitchy interviewer. Unfortunately, the interviewer and her boyfriend live across from the girls and Jane decides to steal the boyfriend, Mike, away. Popping into the mix is Fei Fei, a rich girlfriend of the girls. Her job in the movie is to introduce Gigi to her brother, Roger. There was no real chemistry between the pairs and the humour is mediocre at best. Trying to juggle three story lines didn't leave time to examine any one closely enough. Although the English title "Why Wild Girls " would suggest a Category III film, it wasn't so anyone looking for that will be disappointed. I give it a four.


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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

28 April 1994 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Fung chan sam nui hap See more »

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Cheung Sing Movie See more »
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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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