夏日的麼麼茶
Summer Holiday (2000)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Romantic Comedy 
Release Date: 08/10/2000
Box Office: HK $21,336,647.00
 
Director
  Jingle Ma Choh-Shing
 
Script
  Susan Chan Suk-Yin
 
Producers
  David Chan Sek-Hong
  Sasaki Kyo
  Patricia Chong Lai-Chan
 
 
Cast
  Sammi Cheng Sau-Man ... Summer Koo
  Richie Ren Xian-Qi ... Momocha
  Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu ... Summer's Boss
  Echo Chen Ho-Jun ... YoYo
  Chan Hing-Cheung (2) ... Hercules
  Michael Wong Kwong-Leung ... Zeneger
  Tay Ping-Hui ... George
  Katherine Wang Kai-Ti ... Yau
  Tam Fung-Ling ... Daisy
  Chow Siu-Yin ... Secretary
  Chan Pui-Hing ... Groom
  Cheung Wai-Kuen ... Pastor
  Chan Yi-Yi ... May
  Mak Kwai-Yuen ... Roger
  Wong Chi-Hong (1) ... Mr Chan
  Yu Chung-Yik ... Tarzan
  Yeung Ying-Choi ... Snake
  Yip Cho-Yau ... Elephant
  Ankee Leung Chi-On ... Tarzan's worker
  Yamada Rena ... Takagi
  Seung Yik-San ... Tommy
  Wymen Yeung Wai-Man ... fake George
  Siu Yee-Ting ... Tarzan's girlfriend
  Jeffery Wong Bing-Kuen ... Policeman #1
  Wan Kin-Fai (2) ... Policeman #2
  Tam Wai-Ching ... Receptionist
  Chan Wing-Chi (2) ... Polaris Investment's boss
  Charlie Hau Kit-Fai ... Polaris Investment's executive
  Ng Suk-Sam ... Summer's lawyer
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest Productions
  Red on Red
 
Distributor
  G H Pictures (China) Ltd. (Hong Kong)
 
Production Manager
  Pang Yau-Fong
  Pang Wai-Luen
 
Sound Recordist
  Tong Seung-Chuk
  Leung Chi-Tat
 
Art Director
  Silver Cheung Sai-Wang
  Chong Kwok-Wing
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Po-Chun
 
Planning
  Cheung Chi-Gwong (2)
 
Lighting
  Wong Wai-Chuen
 
Makeup
  Chun Siu-Ha
 
Props
  Jackson Wong Wai-Ming
 
Cinematographer
  Jingle Ma Choh-Shing
  Chan Kwok-Hung (1)
 
Editor
  Eric Kwong Chi-Leung
 
Costume Designer
  Bruce Yu Ka-On
 
Presenter
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
Sound Editor
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung
  George Lee Yiu-Keung
 
Executive Producer
  Stephen Chu Siu-Chun
 
Assistant Director
  Lee Chiu-Wa
  Lanbo Cheuk Bo-Lan
 
Hair Stylist
  Cheung Wing-Yan
 
Composer
  Peter Kam Pau-Tat
 
 
 
Summary
 

Summer Koo (Sammi Cheng) works as an investment person at an investment bank. In a 12-hour period Summer manages to lose her boyfriend George, her company's top account, and her job. She then discovers that a real estate development company is interested in buying out an investment she made on a whim on a tropical island property located in Malaysia, for basically 25 times what she paid for it. However, she's only a 50% owner of the property, the other half is owned by an indigenous resident there, More More Tea (Richie Yen), pronounced Ma-Ma-Cha in Cantonese. - Yellow Hammer