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偷情小丈夫 (1991)
Weakness of Man
Alias: 山埃加冰
Alias: 串燒
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Dickson 
Genre: Black Comedy 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/31/1991 - 02/08/1991
Box Office: HK $921,418
  Raymond Leung Pun-Hei
  Yue Faan
  Raymond Leung Pun-Hei
  Cecilia Yip Tung ... Chan Gam Sui [narrator]
  Michael Miu Kiu-Wai ... Wong Lik
  Carrie Ng Ka-Lai ... Baby
  Raymond Leung Pun-Hei ... Momo
  Ronald Wong Ban ... Grocer boy [uncredited]
Production Company
  Seven mm. Film Production Co.
  D & B Film Distribution (Hong Kong)
  J&J Film Co. (Taiwan)
Assistant Director
  Tam Lai-Yin   Danny Ko Moon-Wing
Script Supervisor
  Ankee Leung Chi-On
  Paul Chan Chung-Chau
  Lam Bing-Hon
Art Director
  Dora Chu Lai-Ha
Costume Designer
  Yiu Wai-Ming
  Tsoi Siu-Chun
  Yiu Tin-Hung (1)
  Lowell Lo Koon-Ting
  Jeremy Cheung Kai-Ping   Jackie Tang Wai-Yuk
  Jeremy Cheung Kai-Ping
Production Manager
  Joanna To Yuen-Ha   Ricky Wong Ka-Kui
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Cinema City Recording Studio
Re-Recording Mixer
  Li Kwong-Tim
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
  Gam Sui is a naive and traditional wife whose sailor husband, Lik, is rarely home. Lik receives a letter from Sui with the wonderful news that she is pregnant. Lik is outraged, as he has just been told he is sterile. Lik first plans to secretly return home and kill Sui, then he suspects his best pal Mo Mo, so he decides to do them both in. To further complicate matters, an airheaded pregnant mainlander named Baby shows up and moves in. She claims Lik is her man. Lik's efforts to remain hidden and carry out his plans are frustrated by a local madman who follows him around. Questions arise. Could Mo Mo really be the father ? Though a dispirited cripple, Mo Mo has secretly been in love with Sui for over a decade and, given the turn of events, this could be the time to tell her.