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Timeless Romance (1998)
Country: Hong Kong
Genres: Romance  Mo Lai Tau (Nonsense Comedy) 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Release Date: 03/05/1998
  David Lai Dai-Wai
  Jeff Lau Chun-Wai
Action Directors
  Corey Yuen Kwai
  Guo Jian-Yong
  Liu Tang-Fong
  Tony Leung Chiu-Wai ... Yut Lo
  Theresa Lee Yee-Hung ... So Kwan / Gigi
  Tats Lau Yi-Dat ... Fred
  Spencer Lam Seung-Yi ... Caretaker
  Chiu Aau-Suk    
  Baat Leung-Gam ... General
  Lee Fung (1)    
  Samuel Leung Cheuk-Moon ... Martin
  Wang Wei-Guo    
  Chan Keung (4)    
  Guo Jian-Yong    
  Tam Gwan-Yuk    
Production Company
  Denhem Wealth Holdings Limited
  Golden Harvest Entertainment Company Limited (Hong Kong)
Production Manager
  Bill Chan Wing-Biu
  Ronald Lau Si-Lok
  Louis Wong Jan-Kau
  Chan Keung (4)
Sound Recordist
  True Technic Limited
  Showreel Film Facilities
Art Director
  Lau Man-Hung (2)
Script Supervisor
  Man Man (4)
  Wong Wing-Chi (1)
  Liu Jing-Dong
  Maggie Choi Yin-Jing
  Chow Man (2)
  Hung Hin-Fat
  Edmond Fung Yuen-Man
  Paul Yip Pak-Ying
  Hai Kit-Wai
Assistant Director
  Chan Wai-Keung
  Catherine Sze Oi-Ling
Hair Stylist
  Ng Yuk-Ho
  Tats Lau Yi-Dat

Continuing on from the NEXT review ....... The modern-day characters land in the Three Kingdoms time, each being placed in the bodies of characters of the time, which includes much gender crossing. Yut Lo becomes a court Advisor, pursued by a goofy general (Bobby Yip). The lovely So Kwan becomes a (male) general, whom Lo tries to woo, initially without success. The gun-happy young couple, a kind-of Bonnie and Clyde, GiGi and Fred, together with a wacky former star actress and a temple caretaker, help Lo to set events to lead to the death of the dangerously mad Master Kwan, whose soul will then guide them all back to 1998.