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旺角卡門 (1988)
As Tears Go By
Alias: Carmen of the Streets
Alias: Mongkok Carmen
Alias: 熱血男兒
Origin: Hong Kong
Genres: Action  Drama 
Theatrical Run: 06/09/1988 - 07/07/1988
Box Office: HK $11,532,283.00
 
Director
  Wong Kar-Wai
 
Script
  Wong Kar-Wai
 
Action Designers
  Stephen Tung Wai
  Benz Kong To-Hoi
  Poon Kin-Kwan
 
Producer
  Alan Tang Kwong-Wing
 
 
Cast
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... Ah Wah
  Maggie Cheung Man-Yuk ... Ah Ngor
  Jacky Cheung Hok-Yau ... Fly
  Alex Man Chi-Leung ... Tony
  Wong Aau (1) ... Mabel
  Ronald Wong Ban ... Ah Sai
  Chan Chi-Fai ... Thug at billard parlour
  William Chang Suk-Ping ... Ngor's doctor
  Benz Kong To-Hoi ... Fat Carl
  Wong Kim-Fung ... Tony's thug
  Pong Keung-Fai ... Sai's father-in-law
  Kan Tat-Wah ... Big Mouth Kay
  Pak Yan ... Fly's mother
  Kam Shan (2)    
  Chui Si-Fei    
  Hui Fan (1) ... Sai's mother-in-law [uncredited]
  Lam Kau ... Uncle Ba [uncredited]
  Wai Ching ... Uncle Kwan [uncredited]
  Huang Pa-Ching ... Mahjong den boss [uncredited]
  Chan Man-Hiu ... Simon's neighbor [uncredited]
  Ho Wing-Cheung (1) ... Bodyguard in final scene [uncredited]
  Wong Chi-Wai (1) ... Bodyguard in final scene [uncredited]
  Cheung Wing-Cheung (2) ... Bodyguard in final scene [uncredited]
  Chow Gam-Kong ... Bodyguard in final scene [uncredited]
  Ma Yuk-Sing ... Bodyguard in final scene [uncredited]
  Chun Kwai-Bo ... Bodyguard in final scene [uncredited]
  Lee Chi-Kit ... Thug at billard parlour [uncredited]
  Kong Long (2) ... Thug at billard parlour [uncredited]
  Tang Chiu-Yau ... Thug at billard parlour [uncredited]
  Wong Chi-Keung (6) ... Thug at billard parlour [uncredited]
  Tang Tai-Wo ... Thug at billard parlour [uncredited]
  Cheng Wai-Ching ... Thug at billard parlour [uncredited]
  Fei Pak ... Policeman [uncredited]
  Cheung Wing-Hon ... [Extra]
 
Production Company
  In-Gear Film Production Co., Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Johnnie Kong Yeuk-Sing
  Chung Pooi-Laan
 
Director of Photography
  Andrew Lau Wai-Keung
 
2nd Unit Cinematographer
  Tom Lau Moon-Tong
  Peter Ngor Chi-Kwan
  Johnny Koo Kwok-Wah
  Cho Wai-Kei
 
Focus Puller
  Tony Miu King-Fai
 
Lighting
  Wong Chi-Ming (2)
 
Art Director
  William Chang Suk-Ping
 
Art Assistant
  Silver Cheung Sai-Wang
 
Makeup
  Lo Shui-Lin (2)
  Choi Siu-Jan
 
Hair Stylist
  Lee Lin-Tai
 
Props
  Wong Chi-On (1)
 
Editor
  Cheung Bei-Tak
  Hai Kit-Wai
 
Music
  Danny Chung Deng-Yat
 
Composer
  Wong Man-Ching (2)
 
Singer
  Dave Wong Kit
  Ye Huan
 
Lyrics
  Wong Man-Ching (2)
 
Presenter
  Rover Tang Gwong-Chow
 
Film Coordinator
  Lai On-Yi
 
Production Manager
  Sam Yi-Wa
  Wong Lai-Fong (3)
  Jackson Chan Tak-Wa
 
Post-Production
  Stanley Siu Wing
 
Special Effects
  Jonathan Ting Yuen-Tai
 
Dialogue
  Ding Yue
 
Still Photographer
  Piggy Chan Gam-Chuen
 
Sound F/X
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Laboratory
  Hong Kong Color Movielab Ltd.
 
 
Summary
  Ha-tau (Andy Lau) is a small-time triad leader. Two of his followers are Fly (Jacky Cheung) and Ah-Site (Barry Wong). Fly in so many words is a f*ck-up, always trying to do big things but winds up getting into trouble. Ha-tau detests having to bail out Fly all the time, but he does without hesitation, even at the cost of getting seriously hurt in the process. Tony (Alex Man) is the leader of another gang that Fly is constantly getting in trouble with. At the beginning of the movie, Ah Ngor (Maggie Cheung), who is Ha-tau's cousin from Lantau Island, is quite sick and has come to Kowloon seeking medical treatment. - Yellow Hammer