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Bakery Amour (2001)
Country: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Genre: Romance 
Rating: I (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 02/14/2001 - 03/07/2001
Box Office: HK $1,843,055.00
  Stephen Lo Kit-Sing
  Canny Leung Chi-Shan
  Stephen Lo Kit-Sing
  Canny Leung Chi-Shan
  Francis Ng Chun-Yu ... Uncle Jet / Uncle Seven
  Michelle Reis ... Lok To
  William So Wing-Hong ... Chanty
  Conroy Chan Chi-Chung ... Gala
  Stephanie Che Yuen-Yuen ... Ching Wai
  Helena Law Lan ... Jet's mom
  Eddie Che Wai-Yin ... extra
  Ho Chung-Wai ... Man in Restaurant
Production Companies
  BMA Films Limited
  Pacific Pearl Holdings Limited
Filming Company
  Galaxy Production Limited
Production Manager
  Chan Wing-Lun
  Chow Ga-Wai
Art Director
  Mario Law Pooi
  Yee Chung-Man
Script Supervisor
  Tang Hoi-Shan
  Mercy Wong Wai-Chi (1)
  Chat Chi-Chiu
  Carmen Man Lai-Yee
  Wong Kim-Kwong
  Lau Wai-Hung (2)
  Yung Siu-Hong
  Jue Tak-Choi (1)
  Chan Chi-Ying
  Cheung Ka-Fai
Costume Designer
  William Fung Kwun-Man
  Elsa Chan Ki-Ling
Assistant Director
  Tommy Law Wai-Tak
  Macy Yik Mei-See
Hair Stylist
  Poon Chow-Ji
  Leung Wai-Kin

Lok To (Michelle Reis) has an apartment buiding that she rents out to long time penpal Chanty (William So), a newly graduated architect. Uncle Seven (actually Uncle Jet in the DVD) (Francis Ng), who is a wannabe detective, also moves in with his nephew Chanty. Both Uncle Jet and Chanty are from a Hakka village in Yuen Long, lots of Hakka is spoken in the movie. Uncle Seven is an extremely nice guy, the kind of guy you cheer for in a movie, and wants to help Lok To reunite with her first love Gala (Conroy Chan). He indirectly does this by opening up a bakery shop that specializes in white bread (hence the Chinese name of the movie, which literally translates to 'Love White Bread'. However, Gala already has a girlfriend Ching Wai (Stephanie Che). During this time, Uncle Seven falls in love with Lok To as well. - Yellow Hammer