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風塵三女俠 (1994)
Why Wild Girls
Alias: 94男女交響曲
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Newport 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 04/28/1994 - 05/18/1994
Box Office: HK $4,214,157.00
 
Director
  Andy Chin Wing-Keung
 
Screenwriter
  Joey Cheung Jo-Ngai
 
Producers
  Andy Chin Wing-Keung
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi
  Norman Law Man
 
Hong Kong DVD front cover
 
Cast
  Ellen Chan Nga-Lun ... Gigi Chan
  Rachel Lee Lai-Chun ... Jane Ma
  Ivy Leung Si-Man ... BoBo
  Ekin Cheng Yee-Kin ... Mike
  Chan Kwok-Bong ... Hung
  Kenneth Chan Kai-Tai ... Roger
  Fan Yik-Man ... Frankie
  Lee Suet-Man    
  Kingdom Yuen King-Tan ... Fei Fei
  Jamie Luk Kim-Ming ... Smart Leung
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi ... Director Hou
  Wilson Yip Wai-Shun ... Jane's ex-boyfriend
  Dave Lam Ching ... Dave
 
Production Companies
  Cheung Sang (Xiangsheng) Film Company
  Prairie Productions Co., Ltd.
  Cheung Sing Movie Co.
 
Assistant Director
  Wilson Yip Wai-Shun
  Lo Kim-Wah
 
Script Supervisor
  Raymond Cheng Ji-Wai
 
Cinematographer
  Poon Hang-Sang
 
Lighting
  Dick Tung Wai-Keung
 
Art Director
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi
 
Costume Designer
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi
 
Makeup
  Cheng Yu-Lai
 
Hair Stylist
  Leo Zee Heung-Wing
 
Props
  Hoh Shu-Wing
 
Editor
  Yu Sai-Lung
  Kam Ma
 
Music
  Wong Seung-Wai
 
Presenter
  Tony Ma Tin-Yiu
  Joe Hau Wing-Choi
 
Planning
  Ken Wu Chia-Nuo
 
Production Manager
  Kwok Kwei-Shing
  Shirley Yung Sau-Lan
 
Laboratory
  Hongkong Photo Finishing Limited
 
 
Summary
  Three girls--three roommates--three different personalities. As the young girls struggle to find their individuality they each learn in their own way the meaning of love, life and relationships. [Tai Seng Catalog] Gigi Chan keeps getting drunk and falling asleep in strange men's beds. Easygoing and clownish Bobo supports her aspiring director friend Hung in trying to chat up another friend (possibly Gigi but I couldn't tell for sure), but Hung falls for Bobo instead. Jane Ma takes a shine to a neighbour (Dior Cheng) whose girlfriend (Lee Suet Man) just interviewed her for a job, which she failed to get. Jane/Loletta and her two friends/flatmates (Gigi/Ellen and Bobo/Ivy) spy on Dior Cheng using a telescope, with much loud laughter from the voyeuristic pleasure. Jane takes things further, by planting a bugging device in his apartment, then proceeds to take the place of his girlfriend. She sees it as a game, but will Dior ? Bobo and Hung take awhile to get together, then split over a misunderstanding.