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Posted 11 March 2019 - 03:36 PM

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Charlene Choi Cheuk Yin two nights ago attended three audience appreciation events for her film THE LADY IMPROPER (FEI FUN SHOOK NUI). She joked that she spared no effort for the box office. She said that fortunately this film's title had no number, unlike last time when she went to 77 audience appreciation events for 77 HEARTBREAKS (YUEN LEUNG TA 77 CHI). Did she feel exhausted from audience appreciation? Ah Sa said that audience appreciation is popular now, she would even thank just one viewer. Ah Sa said that this film's box office would already be covered if it was able to have more Hong Kong Film Development Fund allocation, since this was not a commercial film. She also revealed that this time her salary was only a little more than for SARA (CHOR GEI), because the film production budget was limited she was just helping the new director to have even more resources for film post production work. Has she worked on a film for free? She said, "Sometimes when I guest starred I would get HK$ 100 for transportation, actually it doesn't matter. Making movies isn't a money making tool." Has her boyfriend seen the film already? Ah Sa said, "Not yet, I haven't kept him from it. I kept an open mind. If he wants to watch he can. (Would you watch the movie with him?) If he asks I would."

Lately Ah Sa and her boyfriend were rumored to be getting married, which Ah Sa denied and said that for now they had no plan to wed. She would inform everyone if they had any news and her boyfriend has not proposed yet. Would she agree if he did? Ah Sa said that if they reached that stage, they probably would have a mutual understanding.


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