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仙樂飄飄 (1995)
Whenever Will Be, Will Be
Alias: Whatever Will Be, Will Be
Origin: Hong Kong
Circuit: Empire 
Genre: Drama 
Ratings: I (Hong Kong)  II (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 08/16/1995 - 09/13/1995
Box Office: HK $7,597,254.00
 
Director
  Jacob Cheung Chi-Leung
 
Screenwriter
  James Yuen Sai-Sang
 
Producer
  Jacob Cheung Chi-Leung
 
 
Cast
  Aaron Kwok Fu-Sing ... Lam Gwong Li/Shrimp Man
  Kelly Chan Wai-Lam ... Lee Ching Wan/Wing
  Richard Ng Yiu-Hon ... Mr Lee
  Lee Pooi-Suen    
  Lam Long-Hei ... Roy
  Gung Wan-Yiu    
  Ma Lee (2)    
  Mau Daat    
  Gam Chi-Yung    
  Michael Miu Kiu-Wai ... Peter's father
  Jaime Chik Mei-Jan ... Peter's mother
  Hui Fan (1) ... Sister school principal
  Nam Hung ... Sister vice principal
  Jimmy Wong Ga-Lok ... Michael
  Dolphin Chan Hoi-Hang ... Chris
  Fiona Brockway ... Dancers' audition judge
  Wong Man-Ching (1)    
  Kingson Shek Siu-Lun    
  Cho Sai    
  Cheung Ji-Kok ... Mr. Poon
  Chui Mei-Ling    
  Lam Chak-Kwan    
  Leung Ka-Chun    
  Jacky Leung Hiu-Fung    
  Gwong Wing-Yan    
  Leo (1)    
  Leung Hoi-Ling    
  So Sing    
 
Production Companies
  United Filmmakers Organisation (UFO)
  Entertainment Today Limited
 
Second Assistant Director
  Wong Man-Ching (1)
 
Assistant Director
  Dang Wing-Yiu (2)
 
Co-Writers
  Aubrey Lam Oi-Wa
 
Director of Photography
  Mark Lee Ping-Bing
 
2nd Unit Cinematographer
  Jimmy Wong Gam-Shing
 
Focus Puller
  Lo Yat-Wah
 
Best Boy
  Chan Hon-Shung
 
Art Director
  Ben Lau Man-Hung
 
Assistant Art Director
  Pater Wong Bing-Yiu
  Tam Hong-Ming
 
Costume Design
  Vivian Lam Pooi-Yee
 
Wardrobe
  Pat Tang Yu-Hiu
 
Makeup
  Kwok Yim-Kwan
 
Hair Stylist
  Chan Chun-Kei
 
Props
  Wong Sai-Kit (2)
 
Boom Operator
  Tommy Ho Chi-Tong
 
Editor
  Henry Cheung Siu-Hei
  Eric Kwong Chi-Leung
  Robert Choi Hung
 
Editor's Assistant
  Tsui Luen-Hung
 
Original Music
  Lui Jim
  Mark Lui Chung-Tak
 
Presenter
  Eric Tsang Chi-Wai
 
Production Manager
  Kenny Fan Kim-Hung
 
Associate Production Manager
  Lee Chi-Jun
 
Production Assistant
  Margaret Yau Kit-Ching
 
Unit Manager
  Fung Chi-Wai (1)
 
Post-Production
  Chan Aau-Ming
 
Recording Studio
  Mandarin Recording Studio Ltd.
  Showreel Film Facilities
 
Foley
  Ronny Ching Siu-Lung
 
Mandarin Dialogue
  Doris Wong Wai-Kwan
 
Still Photographer
  Lai Chi-Hung (3)
 
Transaction
  Wan Kwok-Cheung (2)
 
Laboratory
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Equipment
  Cinerent Limited
 
Subtitles
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Filming Location
  Hong Kong
 
 
Summary
  Lee Ching Wan (Kelly Chen) is a recent graduate of the Academy for the Performing Arts. She is auditioning for a part in a musical. At the same time, she decides to teach at a boarding school for presumably expatriate kids. Shrimp Man, aka Mr. Lam (Aaron Kwok) is a PE teacher at the school. The main focus is for Miss Lee to lead the kids in a choir competition. - Yellow Hammer