賭聖3無名小子
My Name Is Nobody (2000)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genres: Drama  Triad 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 01/26/2000 - 03/23/2000
Box Office: HK $4,797,159.00
 
Director
  Aman Chang
 
Script
  Wong Jing
 
Producer
  Wong Jing
 
 
Cast
  Nick Cheung Ka-Fai ... No-Name
  Shu Qi ... Candy
  Wong Jing ... Uncle Lo
  Monica Chan Fat-Yung ... Mee
  Benny Lai Chun ... Chun
  Lung Fong ... Mr. Tough
  Lee Siu-Kei ... Ko Fai
  Hui Siu-Hung ... Mr. Chicken
  Spencer Lam Seung-Yi ... Priest
  Carmen Yeung Ga-Man ... Mr. Tough's girlfriend
  Louis Yuen Siu-Cheung ... Cheung
  Lam Suet (1)    
  Ray Pang Lap-Wai ... Scum
  Mei Yee ... Mahjong player
  Lee Diy-Yue ... Brother Yiu
  Lo Fan (1) ... Mahjong player
  Elegant Tong Wing-Sze ... Sue
  Bruce Law Lai-Yin ... [Cameo]
  Lai Chi-Wai ... Mr. Tough's thug
  Wong Chi-Wang ... Mr. Tough's thug
  Chow Pok-Foo ... Brother Yiu's thug
  Aman Chang ... [Cameo]
 
Production Company
  Jing's Production Limited
 
Cinematographer
  Edmond Fung Yuen-Man
 
Production Manager
  Ray Pang Lap-Wai
  Mo Mei-Fan
  Alice Tse Wing-Toi
 
Sound Recordist
  James Tse Yiu-Kei
 
Art Director
  Raymond Gwok Siu-Keung
 
Editor
  Marco Mak Chi-Sin
 
Planning
  Koon Tung-Yiu
 
Lighting
  Tse Ka-Ho
 
Costume Designer
  Cindy Cheung Fong-Dai
  Yeung Seun-Lin
 
Makeup
  Maggie Choi Yin-Jing
 
Assistant Director
  Lam Man-Choi
 
Hair Stylist
  Tang Kwok-Wa
 
Composer
  Tommy Wai Kai-Leung
 
Props
  Jackson Wong Wai-Ming
 
 
 
Summary
 

Nameless was an orphan and falls for a blind model Bitter. He has mastered the technique of gambling and becomes famous. However, his buddy Chun set him up. Namesless is hit by a criminal boss to blind. At this time, Bitter comes back after a successful eye surbery and finds Nameless in a slum. He swears to tale revenge and declares a life-and-death battle against Chun, even sacrifices Bitter...[from VCD cover]