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竹昇妹之以牙還牙 (1996)
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Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Newport 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 05/03/1996 - 05/17/1996
Box Office: HK $935,630
 
Director
  Jamie Luk Kim-Ming
 
Screenwriter
  Jamie Luk Kim-Ming
 
Action Directors
  Jamie Luk Kim-Ming
  Ka Lee
 
Producer
  Caterina Chu Siu-Wai
 
 
Cast
  Oliver Tan Tsung-Wai ... Oliver
  Mak Ching-Laan ... Vivian Ng
  Chow Yuen-Si ... Mimi Ho
  Peter Poon Wai-Keung (2) ... Uncle Tom
  So Aau-Mei ... Susan
  Peter Chan Hoh-San ... Mimi's kindergarten principal
  Thomas Chung Choi-Sze ... Thomas
  Raymond Yu Wai-Man (2) ... Band member
  Au Kam-Ping ... Tom's female mahjong friend
  Robin Leung Man-Wai ... Samson Ho
  David Lau Chun-Sek ... Siu An
  Wendy Wong ... Mimi's mother
 
Production Company
  Media Asia Films (Partners I)
 
Filming Company
  City Host Production Co. Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Media Asia Film Distribution Company Limited (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Jimmy Sin Chi-Wai
 
Script Consultant
  Chung Wai-Hung
 
Director of Photography
  Richard Choi Hak-Ming
 
Cinematographer
  Johnny Koo Kwok-Wah
 
Focus Puller
  Lau King-Man
 
Camera Assistant
  Lee Chi-Keung   Paul Cheung Ka-Wo
 
Lighting
  Paul Yip Pak-Ying
 
Art Director
  Au Kam-Ping
 
Costume
  Cindy Mok Ka-Ka
 
Makeup
  Wendy Wong
 
Hair Stylist
  Wendy Wong
 
Editor
  Wong Ming-Kong   Jamie Luk Kim-Ming
 
Sound Recordist
  Stanley Lau Hou-Kwan
 
Original Music
  Lowell Lo Koon-Ting
 
Presenter
  Ma Fung-Kwok   Wellington Fung Wing   Jamie Luk Kim-Ming
 
Planning
  Au Kam-Ping
 
Film Coordinator
  Thomas Leung Wan-Kit
 
Production Manager
  Au-Yeung Po-Ping
 
Post-Production Management
  Wan Yat-Tao
 
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  Vancouver
 
 
Summary
  Rebellious teenage girl Mimi, in order to escape money trouble in Hong Kong, is forced to move in with her father in Canada. Her father treated her coldly. Mimi then proceeds to seduce her uncle as a measure of revenge. Mimi's half sister Vivian become friends, as the two live dangerously. Later both of the sisters fall for a street kid Oliver, causing a rift between the two...[from Next Magazine]