說謊的女人
I Am Sorry (1989)
Alias: Lying Woman
Alias: Her Beautiful Life Lies
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/05/1989 - 10/19/1989
Box Office: HK $4,776,267.00
 
Director
  Tony Au Ting-Ping
 
Script
  Chiu Kang-Chien
 
Producers
  Vicky Leung Lee Siu-Ha
  Willie Chan Chi-Keung
 
 
Cast
  Carina Lau Ka-Ling ... Carol Cheung
  Lawrence Ng Kai-Wah ... Edgar
  Chow Mei-Fung ... Doll
  Pat Ha Man-Jik ... Mandy
  May Lo Mei-Mei ... Shen Ling
  Elaine Kam Yin-Ling ... Li Ya Wen
  Kenneth Tsang Kong ... Edward Sung
  Rosamund Kwan Chi-Lam ... Alice
  Ma Ching-Yee ... Penelope
  Ida Chan Yuk-Lin    
  Manfred Wong Man-Chun ... Lu
  Choi Hak-Kin    
  Ken Lo Wai-Kwong ... Fire Lion
  Lam Wai (2) ... Armstrong
  Hui Fan (1) ... Carole's mother
  Yip Hon-Leung ... Dr Pi
  Chan Bing-Chiu    
  Gaan Yik    
  April Pak Wan-Yin    
  Lam Fai-Wong    
  Ono Shinya ... Hirose
  Yuen Choh Long    
  Lo Duen ... Mr Chiu
  Roland Chan Ngok-Chung    
  Cub Chin Kong-Hon    
  Le Bon    
  Michael Chow Man-Kin    
  Frankie Chan Chi-Leung    
 
Production Company
  Golden Way Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Golden Harvest Productions (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Amy Chin Siu-Wai
 
Sound Recordist
  Cinema City Recording Studio
 
Art Director
  William Chang Suk-Ping
 
Script Supervisor
  Lau Siu-Guen (1)
 
Lighting
  Eric Chan Hoi-Yan
 
Makeup
  Lo Shui-Lin (2)
 
Props
  Tam Wing-Cheong
 
Cinematographer
  Christopher Doyle
 
Editor
  Keung Chuen-Tak
 
Costume Designer
  Yu Fung-Tsz
  Yiu Wai-Man
 
Presenter
  Anthony Chow Deng-Au
  Jackie Chan
 
Sound Editor
  Showreel Film Facilities
 
Assistant Director
  Thomas Chow Wai-Kwan
  Cub Chin Kong-Hon
 
Hair Stylist
  Cheung Man-Wai
 
Composer
  Anthony Lun Wing-Leung
 
 
 
Summary
 

Carole and Mandy have just become neighbors in a luxury apartment complex. Mandy is a successful career woman, educated and independent. Carole is a kept woman, dreaming of the day when her businessman lover will divorce his wife to marry her. Through Mandy, Carole meets Edgar, a neurotic headwaiter. She breaks off her affair with the businessman, but Edgar is still masochistically involved with his old girlfriend Alice. Carole realizes that she still has a lot to learn about life. And nothing is going to stop her from learning it. [from the Rim Films Catalog] The free-spirited Carol Cheung thinks of herself as a one-woman man, and her man is the rich and married Edward Sung. But one night, she goes out to dinner with her neighbour Mandy and boyfriend Charlie, and they witness another couple fighting. They are Edgar and Alice. Alice is having dinner with Hiroshi. Carol, always unpredictable, is exasperated by the scene, and tells all three of them off. The next day, she regrets the action ... or does she ? Whatever, she decides to apologize to them. This is the first of many times she says "I am sorry". What follows is a light and quite pleasant romance with dashes of comedy and bitterness. Edgar and Carol are of again on again, Edward neglects her then wants her back just as she's leaving him, her more mature neighbour gives her occasional advice. Edgar rejects her, and she goes back to work in the family fish business. But it's not for her, so she returns to HK to look for Edgar ... or does she ?