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人約砵蘭街 (1995)
Date in Portland Street
Alias: A Date in Portland Street
Alias: Street of Casual Love
Origin: Hong Kong
Languages: Cantonese  Mandarin  English 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run: 12/16/1995 - 12/20/1995
Box Office: HK $102,455.00
 
Director
  Zhang Ze-Ming
 
Script
  Zhang Ze-Ming
 
Producer
  Ma Fung-Kwok
 
VCD cover
 
Cast
  Kelvin Wong Siu ... Zhang Wei
  Li Feng-Xu (1) ... Lu Xiao Min
  To Yin-Gor    
  Ganni Ma Chi-Ming ... Lin Guo Liang
  Li Kwong-Tim ... Mr Ng
  Well Chin Wing-Wai    
  Eddie Chan Shu-Chi ... HK custom officer
  Wong Hung (1) ... Man with hooker at staircase
  Michael White    
  Aidan Barry    
  John Feehan    
  Johanna Gardiner    
  Robert De Newby    
  K Moksiuki    
  Jez Foster    
  Deirdre O Brien    
  Yeelin Barr    
  Laura Sherwood King    
  Raj Curry    
  Adam Warner    
  Sarah Jane Rawlings    
  Brace Gordon    
  Alan Baker    
  Simon Cheung Yuk-San ... Policeman
  Unknown 80s Police Actor (6) ... Policeman
 
Production Company
  Good Standard International Ltd.
 
Assistant Director
  Well Chin Wing-Wai
 
Script Supervisor
  Mok Suet-Wa
 
Director of Photography
  Fung Faat-Chi
 
Lighting
  Gwok Jan-Bong
 
Art Director
  Ganni Ma Chi-Ming
 
Costume Designer
  Poon Suk-Jan
  Lau Wang-Bok (2)
 
Makeup
  Yeung Lai-Yin
 
Hair Stylist
  Chan Chun-Ki
 
Props Master
  Hui Lung-Wa
 
Sound Recordist
  Hoh Ging-Man
 
Editor
  John Chow Cheung-Gan
 
Music
  Chow Hiu-Yuen
  Li Kwong-Tim
 
Production Executive
  Wellington Fung Wing
 
Planning
  Eddie Chan Shu-Chi
 
Production Manager
  Chan Yuk-Ming
 
Sound Post-Production Studio
  True Technic Limited
  Showreel Film Facilities
 
 
Summary
  Cheung Mun leaves China and puts himself through art school in Europe, only keeps in contact with his wife Lok Siu Man in Mainland through letters. One summer vacation, the couple make an appointment to meet in Hong Kong, the two rented a cheap motel room in Mongkok and quickly discover the gap between them. Cheung Mun's Western way shocks Siu Man, and Siu Man's reserved olden ways upsets Cheung. Hong Kong, the strange land to the two, widens the gap even more...[from Next Magazine]