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太太的情人 (1992)
My Wife's Lover
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Newport B 
Genre: Adult 
Rating: III (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 01/09/1992 - 01/31/1992
Box Office: HK $4,644,535.00
 
Director
  Kevin Chu Ga-Wang
 
Script
  Chau Lan
 
Action Directors
  James Ha Chim-Si
  Bruce Law Lai-Yin
 
Producer
  Kevin Chu Ga-Wang
 
 
Cast
  Chik King-Man ... Joanne
  Maria Tung Ling ... Terry
  Lam Wai (2) ... Alan
  Ching Siu-Yuet ... Yvonne
  Yamaguchi Keiko    
  Boffy Cheung    
  Leo Lam    
 
Production Company
  Ting Sau Ying Yip Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Filming Company
  Ting Sau Ying Yip Yau Haan Gung Shut
 
Distributor
  Newport Entertainment Co., Ltd (Hong Kong)
 
Cinematographer
  Kevin Chu Ga-Wang
 
Lighting
  Yau Kee-Wing
  Do Tak-Gei
 
Art Director
  Chan Chi-Ming (1)
 
Costume Designer
  Yam Siu-Kwan
 
Makeup
  Chow Man-Kuen
 
Hair Stylist
  Mok Chung-Wai
  Boffy Cheung
 
Editor
  Lam Man-Ban
 
Music
  Ben Cheung Siu-Hung
  William Dhawan
 
Planning
  Anita Law Heung-Laan
 
Production Manager
  Anita Law Heung-Laan
  Wong Hiu-Yan (2)
 
Special Effects
  Bruce Law Stunts Unlimited
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Showreel Film Facilities
  Cinema City Recording Studio
  108 Records Ltd., Co.
 
 
Summary
  An extended and tangled love/lust triangle. Joanne and Alan are husband and wife, who work in the same advertising office. Alan is too quick in bed and Joanne is becoming less satisfied. And drop-dead gorgeous Yvonne, a co-worker, finds Alan so attractive that she stays back late just to ask him to accompany her to the (men's) toilet. Joanne takes French lessons, and meets bi-sexual photographer Terri (a gwailo) in one of the classes. Joanne and Terri drift closer and become lovers. The agency needs a nude model for an ad, so Joanne introduces Alan to Terri, who convinces Joanne to model for the ad. Alan finds himself attracted to the plain-looking Terri, but her explanation to Alan of why she goes with women is weird, to say the least. It seems all her ex-boyfriends either died while crossing the road or committed suicide, and she's therefore afraid of loving a man again. There's also Terri's live-in lover (a pretty blonde girl with an apparent distaste for clothing), whom she dumps. After just one more great sex scene with Alan, Yvonne vanishes from the picture (unfortunately !). Terri wavers between being a shoulder to cry on and being a lover to both husband and wife.