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二奶村之殺夫 (1995)
The Woman Behind
Alias: 小姨街之殺夫
Alias: 二奶村殺夫
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: New Generation 
Genre: Crime 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 03/23/1995 - 04/12/1995
Box Office: HK $3,620,196
 
Director
  Lam Yi-Hung
 
Screenwriter
  World Perfect Scriptwriting Team
 
Action Choreographer
  Danny Chow Yun-Kin
 
Producer
  Joe Wong Kong-Keung
 
 
Cast
  Lily Chung Suk-Wai ... Feng Yi-Wan/Yee Man
  Bobby Au-Yeung Tsan-Wah ... Shui Kwai-San/Gwai Sang
  Julia Cheng Yim-Lai ... Shu Yi/A Yuk
  Wan Yin-Hung ... Hung
  Danny Chow Yun-Kin ... Feng Chiang
  Fong Yue (1) ... Mrs Wu
  Hui Sze-Man ... Sister Simmie
 
Production Company
  World Perfect Production Co., Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Michelle Wong Yuk-Ting   Lee Ping-Leung
 
Script Supervisor
  Lee Ping-Kwong
 
Cinematographer
  Gordon Yeung Gwoh-Leung
 
Focus Puller
  Lee Chi-Chi
 
Lighting
  Lee Kwok-Lun
 
Costume Designer
  Leslie Law Lai-Shut
 
Makeup
  Tsoi Siu-Chun
 
Hair Stylist
  Lee Yat-Chuen
 
Editor
  Siu Nam (1)
 
Props
  Jackson Wong Wai-Ming
 
Music
  Sherman Chow Gam-Cheung
 
Soundtrack
  Chow Gam-Yau
 
Theme Song Composer
  Wong Seung-Wai
 
Singer
  Eddie Ng Kwok-Ging
 
Lyrics
  Siu May
 
Presenter
  Alan Wong Shu-Hung   Tam San-Yuen
 
Planning
  Ho Yiu-Chung (1)
 
Production Manager
  Cheng Wai-Leung
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Raymond Leung Man-Wai   Poon Chi-Sam
 
Unit Manager
  Pang Chik-Wing
 
Still Photographer
  Tsui Chi-Kwong
 
Recording Studio
  108 Records Ltd., Co.
 
Foley
  Chan Wing-Fai (2)
 
Dialogue
  Wong Wan-Choi
 
Laboratory
  Union Film Laboratory, Limited
 
 
Summary
  Wan (Lily Chung) worries that her husband Shui (Bobby Au Yeung) may fool around when he goes to set up a new business on the mainland. Initially, Shui demonstrates his virtue by refusing to take a bargirl home from a businessman's drinking session. But, when nearly knocked over (and then actively pursued) by a pretty young village girl (Cheng Yim-Lai) to whom he is kind and gentle, Shui confirms his wife's fear. Wan eventually finds out through gossip and, after much fire and thrashing, accepts her husband's inability to decide between the two women, then accepts the girl.... or does she?