沒有你,沒有我
Eternal Love (2000)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Romance 
Rating: I (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 10/12/2000 - 10/25/2000
Box Office: HK $171,050.00
 
Director
  Tommy Law Wai-Tak
 
Script
  Shu Siu-Duk
 
Producer
  Shu Siu-Duk
 
 
Cast
  Alex Fong Chung-Sun ... Alex Lam
  Yoyo Mung Ka-Wai ... Ivy Wong
  Cheung Shui-Chit ... Tony
  Miki Lee Ting-Yee ... Deanie
  Helena Law Lan ... Ivy's grandmother
  Hon Yeung    
  Joe Junior ... Joe
  Ko Hon-Man ... Siu Bo
  Fiona Yuen Choi-Wan ... Amy
  Peter Lai Bei-Dak ... Ivy's club manager
  Tse Chun-Wai ... Jack
  Sheren Tang Shui-Man ... Shirley
  Eddie Ng Kwok-Ging    
  Joe Ma Tak-Chung ... Kenneth
  Wong Chi-Wang ... Jason
 
Production Manager
  Chan Wing-Lun
  Chow Ga-Wai
  Bigor Lau Diy-Naam
  Chui Kin-Yeung
 
Art Director
  Mario Law Pooi
 
Script Supervisor
  Yeung Kin-Man (2)
  Cheung Jing-Yan
 
Lighting
  Kwong Ting-Shu
 
Planning
  Mercy Wong Wai-Chi (1)
 
Makeup
  Carmen Man Lai-Yee
  Liu Yuen-Ting
 
Props
  Che Foo-Kei
  Cheung Fong-Sing
 
Cinematographer
  Peter Ngor Chi-Kwan
 
Editor
  Cheung Ka-Fai
 
Costume Designer
  William Fung Kwun-Man
  Elsa Chan Ki-Ling
 
Assistant Director
  David Lai Wai-Ming (1)
 
Hair Stylist
  Poon Chow-Ji
  Liu Yuen-Ting
 
Composer
  Leung Wai-Kin
  Eddie Ng Kwok-Ging
 
 
 
Summary
 

Music producer Alex Lam is a has-been whose girlfriend Shirley makes the right career move by dumping him to concentrate on her own professional life. He heads to the nearest bar and ends up having a one night stand with waitress Ivy Wong after too much to drink. When he tries to meet her again, she mistakes him for a rapist and fights him off. He discovers that Ivy has a daytime job as a kindergarten teacher and dreams up a career for her as a singer. He takes her to the studio for sound tests which show promise after a lot of training and they move in together. But as her career takes off, Ivy discovers that her successful album is actually produced by Mark...