重慶森林
Chungking Express (1994)
Alias: Chung King Express
Country: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English  Japanese 
Circuit: Empire 
Genre: Art 
Ratings: II B (Hong Kong)  PG-13 (USA) 
Theatrical Run: 07/14/1994 - 08/04/1994
Box Office: HK $7,678,549.00
 
Director
  Wong Kar-Wai
 
Script
  Wong Kar-Wai
 
Action Directors
  Jacky Tang Wai-Yuk
  Jonathan Ting Yuen-Tai
 
Producer
  Jeff Lau Chun-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Brigitte Lin Ching-Hsia ... Lady in blond wig
  Tony Leung Chiu-Wai ... Cop 663
  Faye Wong Fei ... Faye
  Kaneshiro Takeshi ... Ho Chi-Wu
  Valerie Chow Kar-Ling ... Stewardess
  Piggy Chan Gam-Chuen ... Owner of eatery
  Kwan Lee-Na (1) ... May
  Wong Chi-Ming (2) ... K store clerk
  Leung San (4) ... Replacement for Cop 663
  Rico Chu Tak-On ... Stewardess' new boyfriend
  Lynne Langdon ... Complaining customer
 
Filming Company
  Jet Tone Productions
 
Production Manager
  Johnnie Kong Yeuk-Sing
  Jacky Pang Yi-Wah
 
Sound Recordist
  Leung Li-Chi
  Leung Tat
  Steve Chan Wai-Hung
 
Art Director
  Alfred Yau Wai-Ming
  William Chang Suk-Ping
 
Script Supervisor
  Tasman Chang Shiu-Ting
 
Planning
  Norman Law Man
 
Lighting
  Wong Chi-Ming (2)
 
Makeup
  Kwan Lee-Na (1)
 
Props
  Wong Chi-On
 
Cinematographer
  Christopher Doyle
  Andrew Lau Wai-Keung
  Joe Chan Kwong-Hung
 
Editor
  Hai Kit-Wai
  Eric Kwong Chi-Leung
  William Chang Suk-Ping
 
Costume Designer
  Yiu Wai-Ming
 
Presenter
  Chan Yee-Gan
 
Executive Producer
  Jacky Pang Yi-Wah
 
Assistant Director
  Johnnie Kong Yeuk-Sing
  Tasman Chang Shiu-Ting
 
Hair Stylist
  Wu Yuk-Ho
  Lee Ching-Lam
 
Composer
  Roel A. Garcia
  Frankie Chan Fan-Kei (1)
 
 
 
Summary
 

Two separate but related stories about relationships in Hong Kong. The first half features Takeshi Kaneshiro as a jilted policeman who randomly encounters drug smuggler Brigitte Lin Ching Hsia. In the second half, Faye Wong sneaks into Tony Leung Chiu Wai's apartment while he is at work. The film also features lots of unusual camera work. An urban, arty film.