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夏日的麼麼茶 (2000)
Summer Holiday
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Golden Harvest 
Genre: Romantic Comedy 
Release Date (HK): 08/10/2000
Box Office: HK $21,336,647
 
Director
  Jingle Ma Choh-Shing
 
Screenwriter
  Susan Chan Suk-Yin
 
Producers
  David Chan Sek-Hong
  Patricia Chong Lai-Chan
 
 
Cast
  Sammi Cheng Sau-Man ... Summer Koo
  Richie Ren Xian-Qi ... Momocha
  Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu ... Summer's Boss
  Echo Shen Ho-Jun ... YoYo
  Chan Hing-Cheung (2) ... Hercules
  Michael Wong Kwong-Leung ... Zeneger
  Tay Ping-Hui ... George
  Katherine Wang Kai-Ti ... Yau
  Tam Fung-Ling ... Daisy
  Chow Siu-Yin ... Secretary
  Chan Pui-Hing ... Groom
  Cheung Wai-Kuen ... Pastor
  Chan Yi-Yi ... May
  Mak Kwai-Yuen ... Roger
  Wong Chi-Hong (1) ... Mr Chan
  Yu Chung-Yik ... Tarzan
  Yeung Ying-Choi ... Snake
  Yip Cho-Yau ... Elephant
  Ankee Leung Chi-On ... Tarzan's worker
  Yamada Rena ... Takagi
  Seung Yik-San ... Tommy
  Wymen Yeung Wai-Man ... fake George
  Siu Yee-Ting ... Tarzan's girlfriend
  Jeffery Wong Bing-Kuen ... Policeman #1
  Wan Kin-Fai (2) ... Policeman #2
  Tam Wai-Ching ... Receptionist
  Chan Wing-Chi (2) ... Polaris Investment's boss
  Charlie Hau Kit-Fai ... Polaris Investment's executive
  Ng Suk-Sam ... Summer's lawyer
 
Production Companies
  Golden Harvest (China) Company Limited
  Red on Red
 
Assistant Director
  Lee Chiu-Wa   Lanbo Cheuk Po-Lan
 
Script Supervisor
  Chan Po-Chun
 
Director of Photography
  Jingle Ma Choh-Shing   Chan Kwok-Hung
 
Focus Puller
  Samuel Ng Wai-Hung
 
Camera Assistant
  Mak Wing-Ki   Ho Pui-Lun
 
Lighting
  Wong Wai-Chuen
 
Best Boy
  Cheung Yuk-Chuen
 
Electrician
  Chow Chi-Fai
 
Art Director
  Silver Cheung Sai-Wang   Joel Chong Kwok-Wing
 
Image Designer
  Bruce Yu Ka-On
 
Assistant Costume Designer
  Steven Tsang Pak-Chuen
 
Makeup
  Chun Siu-Ha
 
Hair Stylist
  Minnie Cheung Wing-Yan
 
Editor
  Eric Kwong Chi-Leung
 
Props
  Jackson Wong Wai-Ming
 
Scenery
  Joel Chong Kwok-Wing
 
Sound Mixer
  Tang Hsiang-Chu   Leung Chi-Tat
 
Boom Operator
  Hui Yu-Tang
 
Original Music
  Peter Kam Pau-Tat
 
Music Production
  C. A. M.
 
Presenter
  Raymond Chow Man-Wai
 
Production Controller
  Stephen Chu Siu-Chun
 
Planning
  Cheung Chi-Kwong (1)
 
Production Manager
  Heman Peng Yu-Fong
 
Associate Production Manager
  Pang Wai-Luen
 
Unit Manager
  Benny Tse Chi-Wah
 
Tea Lady
  Pauline Yeung Yung-Lin
 
Special Visual Effects
  Jonathan Ting Yuen-Tai   Jacky Tang Wai-Yuk
 
Sound Designer
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung
 
Re-Recording Mixer
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung   George Lee Yiu-Keung
 
Dialogue Recording
  Adrian Dorab   Yuen Ting-Yip
 
Dialogue Editing
  George Lee Yiu-Keung   Yuen Ting-Yip
 
Foley Recording
  Davy To Burnard   Chan Tim-Keung
 
Foley Editing
  Felix Chung Sze-Ming   Davy To Burnard   Yiu Chun-Hin
 
Foley
  Kwong Wai-Hung (1)
 
Post-Production
  Media Business Services Ltd.
 
Equipment
  Salon Films (HK) Ltd.
 
Film Stock
  Kodak (Far East) Limited
 
Laboratory
  Gaya Color Laboratory   Cine Art Laboratory Ltd.
 
Subtitle Production
  Mandarin Laboratory (International) Ltd.
 
Filming Locations
  Hong Kong
  Japan
  Malaysia
 
 
Summary
  Summer Koo (Sammi Cheng) works as an investment person at an investment bank. In a 12-hour period Summer manages to lose her boyfriend George, her company's top account, and her job. She then discovers that a real estate development company is interested in buying out an investment she made on a whim on a tropical island property located in Malaysia, for basically 25 times what she paid for it. However, she's only a 50% owner of the property, the other half is owned by an indigenous resident there, More More Tea (Richie Yen), pronounced Ma-Ma-Cha in Cantonese. - Yellow Hammer