親密
Claustrophobia (2009)
Alias : 花非花
Literally: Intimate
Country: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English 
Rating: II A (Hong Kong) 
Release Date: 02/12/2009
 
Director
  Ivy Ho
 
Script
  Ivy Ho
 
Producers
  Cary Cheng Kim-Fung
  Yee Chung-Man
 
 
Cast
  Karena Lam Ka-Yan ... Pearl
  Ekin Cheng Yee-Kin ... Tom
  Felix Lok Ying-Kwan ... Karl
  Derek Tsang Kwok-Cheung ... John
  Chucky Woo ... Jewel
  Eric Tsang Chi-Wai ... Dr Chiu
  Andy Hui Chi-On ... Ken
  Siu Miu-Yin ... Dr Chiu's nurse
  Cary Cheng Kim-Fung ... Dr Chiu's patient
  Ben Wong Chi-Yin ... Michael
  Dhillon Harjit Singh ... Lift passenger
  Zhou Ji-Cheng ... Lift passenger
  D.S.F. Chow ... Pier hand
  Cheung Yat-Fei ... Man at restaurant
  Lulu Wong ... Girl at restaurant
  Pancy Chan Pui-Sze ... Yvonne
  Allie Poon ... Bianca
  Kong Ka-Yin ... Rollerblading girl
  Choy Ka-Chai ... Rollerblading guy
  Wang Kin-Ko ... Woman in conference room
  Yeung Chiu-Hoi ... Man in TV commercial
  Iris Ngai Ho-Ting ... Girl in TV commercial
 
Production Manager
  Johnny Wong Yin-Ming
 
Sound Recordist
  Kevin Chan Man-Chiu
 
Art Director
  Yee Chung-Man
  Jessie Dai Mei-Ling
 
Script Supervisor
  Cheuk Cheung
 
Lighting
  Choi Lai-Hung
 
Planning
  Buddy Marini
  Alice Yeung Sau-Fong
 
Makeup
  Fanny Chan Miu-Ching
 
Props
  Ching Wai-Yin
  Lam Tai-Fai
 
Cinematographer
  Mark Lee Ping-Bin
 
Editor
  Kwong Chi-Leung
 
Costume Designer
  Jessie Dai Mei-Ling
  Tong Ping
 
Sound Editor
  Nip Kei-Wing
 
Presenter
  Bill Kong Chi-Keung
  Chiba Ryuhei
  Hugh Simon
 
Assistant Director
  Lanbo Cheuk Bo-Lan
  Leslie Lam Pak-Wai
 
Hair Stylist
  Joe Kwong Yiu-Chung
 
Composer
  Anthony Chue Chan-Tung
 
 
 
Summary
 

Pearl (Karena Lam) has quietly fallen in love with her boss Tom (Ekin Cheng), who’s married with a family. Without warning, Tom asks Pearl to interview for another job. Wounded, Pearl demands that Tom terminate her. The gauntlet has been thrown down. Screenwriter Ivy Ho (JULY RHAPSODY) makes her directorial debut with CLAUSTROPHOBIA, using eight scenes and multiple characters to explore the complications and the irony of workplace romance and politics. In a space as small, crowded and claustrophobic as the office, love doesn’t grow - it incubates and breeds, like a virus.