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魔幻廚房 (2004)
Magic Kitchen
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Release Date (HK): 01/15/2004
 
Director
  Lee Chi-Ngai
 
Screenwriter
  Lee Chi-Ngai
 
Producers
  John Chong Ching
  Lee Chi-Ngai
 
 
Cast
  Jerry Yan Cheng-Xu ... Ho
  Sammi Cheng Sau-Man ... Yau Murong
  Andy Lau Tak-Wah ... Chun Yao
  Maggie Q ... May
  Nicola Cheung Sam-Yuet ... Kwai
  Anthony Wong Chau-Sang ... Tony Ho
  Stephen Fung Tak-Lun ... Joseph
  Daniel Wu Yin-Cho ... Kevin
  Michael Wong Man-Tak ... Mook
  Sheila Chan Suk-Lan ... Yau's mother
  Law Kar-Ying ... Yau's father
  Michael Tong Man-Lung ... Don
  William So Wing-Hong ... Wine guy at May's party
  Higuchi Asuka ... King Chef Show's host
  Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu ... Kwai's crab dinner guest
  Lee Lik-Chi ... Kwai's crab dinner guest
  Jacqueline Law Wai-Guen ... Kwai's crab dinner guest
  Clarence Hui Yuen ... Kwai's crab dinner guest
  Zac Koo Hau-Zheng ... Hotel registration clerk
  Louisa Ng Wai-Bing ... Hotel registration clerk
  Teddy Lin Wai-Kin ... May's boyfriend
  Koshida Taroma    
  Miyazaki Takahiro    
  Nishijima Toru    
  Mizusawa Shingo    
  Sasaki Toshihiko    
  Shinohara Kazuko    
  Fukuda Hidekuni    
  Simon Yu Sai-Tang ... May's party guest
 
Production Companies
  Sil-Metropole Organisation Ltd.
  Media Asia Film Company Limited
  Central Media Company Limited
 
Filming Companies
  Sil-Metropole Organisation Ltd.
  Media Asia Film Company Limited
  Cottage Films Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Media Asia Film Distribution Company Limited (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Matthew Tang Hon-Keung   Rachel Ip
 
Original Novel
  Lam Wing-Sum
 
Researcher
  Chris Chow Chun   Ivy Yung Nga-Wai
 
Script Supervisor
  Aggie Yeung Hiu-Wa
 
Director of Photography
  Arthur Wong Ngok-Tai
 
Focus Puller
  Pakie Chan Chor-Keung
 
Dollyman
  Louis Jong Chi-Leung
 
Camera Assistant
  Ringo Siu Tze-Fan
 
Lighting
  Chow Lam
 
Best Boy
  Lee Chi-Wai (2)
 
Art Director
  Ben Luk Man-Wah
 
Assistant Art Director
  Longmond Leung Lok-Man   Lok Lai-Ming   Lo Wing-Hing
 
Image Supervisor
  Kenneth Yee Chung-Man   Dora Ng Lei-Lo
 
Assistant Costume Designer
  Pen Pang Yat-Sang   Connie Au-Yeung Ha
 
Wardrobe
  Sin Pik-Ha   Man Yun-Mei
 
Makeup
  Heidi Chun Sau-Ha   Fanny Chan Miu-Ching
 
Hair Dressing
  Gary Poon Kwok-Kin   Minnie Cheung Wing-Yan
 
Editor
  Eric Kwong Chi-Leung
 
Props Master
  Wong Sai-Kit (2)
 
Props
  Bo Wai-Tong   Chan Chun-Ting
 
Sound Mixer
  Tam Tak-Wing   Dennis Chen Chi-Kien
 
Boom Operator
  Dominic Yip Kwan-Tai
 
Theme Song Composer (Cantonese)
  Chet Lam Yat-Fung
 
Theme Song Composer (Mandarin)
  Justin Chen Chong-Yi
 
Singer (Cantonese)
  Sammi Cheng Sau-Man
 
Singer (Mandarin)
  Jerry Yan Cheng-Xu
 
Lyrics (Cantonese)
  Wyman Wong Wai-Man
 
Lyrics (Mandarin)
  Vivian Hsu Jo-Hsuan
 
Presenter
  John Chong Ching   Dou Shau-Fang   Huang Chin-Wen
 
Production Controller
  Shirley Lau Yim-Ngo
 
Administrative Planner
  Charlie Hau Kit-Fai
 
Planning
  Stephen Lam Bing-Kwan   Cho King-Man
 
Film Coordinator
  Matthew Tang Hon-Keung
 
Production Manager
  Ronald Lau Si-Lok
 
Associate Production Manager
  Yan Chi-Wai
 
Assistant Production Manager
  Eileen Yeung Chi-Wai
 
Unit Manager
  Steven Ng Shing-Tat
 
Production Accountant
  Leo Sze   Ng Chun-Ling
 
Still Photographer
  Catherine Lo Pui-Ling
 
Tea Lady
  May Lam Chi-Ting
 
Visual Effects
  Menfond Electronic Arts & Computer Design Co. Ltd.
 
Visual Effects Supervisor
  Eddy Wong Wang-Hin
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Media Business Services Ltd.
 
Sound Designer
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung   George Lee Yiu-Keung
 
Dialogue Recording
  Yuen Ting-Yip
 
Dialogue Editing
  Yuen Ting-Yip
 
Foley Recording
  Davy To Burnard   Wong Tsz-Kin
 
Foley Editing
  Felix Chung Sze-Ming   Yiu Chun-Hin
 
Foley
  iZone Sound Design Ltd.
 
FCP Editing
  Media Business Services Ltd.
 
Sound Production Coordinator
  Tao Chun-Ling
 
Post-Production
  Ray Pang Lap-Wai
 
Cantonese Dubbing Coach
  O.K. Post-Production Company
 
Mandarin Dubbing Coach
  Wang Hui-Chun (2)
 
Equipment
  Salon Films (HK) Ltd.
 
Film Stock
  Kodak (Hong Kong) Ltd.
 
Laboratory
  Cine Art Laboratory Ltd.
 
Subtitle Production
  Fine Art Production Co.
 
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  Japan
 
 
Summary
  Yau is the chef and owner of a speakeasy restaurant who cooks everything literally by the book, or in her case, an encyclopedia of recipes she inherited from her mother. But her successful career cannot compensate for an empty love life. Haunted by a family curse overshadowing three generations and destines her to fial in very relationship, Yau's hilarious bar-hopping misadventures have earned the compassion of her boyish assistant and secret admirer Ho. On a tour to the "King Chef" TV show in Japan, Yau accidentally bumps into her ex-boyfriend Chun Yao, an old flame she still cannot let go after all these years. Unfortunately, he's happily dating and even planning to engage with Yau's best friend! Torn between two lovers - a beau down memory lane and an awkward boy-lover Yau is at the crossroads between both her love life and career. As she's heading to compete in the King Chef show, a showdown between friends and lovers in Japan spins everything out of control, but therein Yau discovers the key to unlock the family curse to her heart ......