情不自禁
Take Me (1991)
Country: Hong Kong
Circuit: Newport Foreign 
Genres: Adult  Comedy 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/24/1991 - 11/29/1991
Box Office: HK $13,616,073.00
 
Director
  Cha Chuen-Yee
 
Script
  Rico Chung Kai-Cheong
 
Action Directors
  Ridley Tsui Bo-Wah
  Tak Chai
 
Producer
  Cha Chuen-Yee
 
 
Cast
  Veronica Yip Yuk-Hing ... Milk
  Maria Tung Ling ... Maria
  Ken Tong Jan-Yip ... Wai
  Ng Sing-Fat    
  Hui Siu-Hung ... Milk's first husband
  Charlie Cho Cha-Lee ... Human Dick
  Ridley Tsui Bo-Wah    
  Tak Chai    
 
Production Company
  Concept Link Productions Ltd.
 
Distributor
  San Bo Ying Pin Faat Hang Yau Haan Gung Shut (Hong Kong)
 
Cinematographer
  Stephen Poon Tak-Yip
 
Production Manager
  Leung Wing-Yim
  Thomas Leung Man-Lung
 
Art Director
  Ring Law Chi-Keung
 
Editor
  Li Kwong-Tim
 
Costume Designer
  Shing Fuk-Ying
 
Planning
  Abe Kwong Man-Wai
 
Executive Producer
  Rico Chung Kai-Cheong
 
Makeup
  Choi Siu-Jan
 
Assistant Director
  William Leung Chi-Ming
 
Props
  Leung Wing-Yim
 
 
 
Summary
 

"Milk" sadly narrates how her husband died on their wedding night, pre-conjugals. Husband's soul leaves the body and benevolently announces he'll watch over her while she seeks out a new guy. At a party, Milk is comforted by highly-oversexed friend Maria, while Human Dick (Charlie Cho, who else ?) impersonates a .... guess what ? Milk and her new boyfriend, boyishly-handsome Ronald, are robbed and he chases the robbers, leading to some fun fu antics, but they eventually throw him into the sea, and he can't swim....... So Milk looks for another boyfriend. Poor painter Wai is tiring of his snooty girlfriend and patron Amy, who pleads with him to paint her in the nude, but he's not interested. Crooks break into the gallery while Milk is there, and they make everyone strip and tie them up in facing pairs. Wai is paired with Milk with ...er, predictable results. So Wai becomes Milk's third man, but dead hubby starts getting jealous, causing mischief. Milk moves in with Wai, but Ronald turns up again. Ronald had been saved by boat people. And here starts the seriously silly bedroom farce. Milk pretends to be Ronald's Filipina maid, and tries to keep them ignorant of each other. When the truth comes out, the two guys alternate between fighting each other and fussing over Milk. In the end, she ends up with just one of them ..... or does she ?