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Posts Tagged ‘Fruit Chan’

This Week In Sleaze 58: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Temptation Of A Monk & Dumplings

Joan Chen is totally nude in Temptation Of A Monk and Miriam Yeung eats aborted babies in Dumplings. Classy, award winning cinema from the minds of Clara Law, Lillian Lee and Fruit Chan. With Sleazy K and The Great Lord Joshua Regal.

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Running times:
00m 00s – Intro/Clara Law biography
30m 05s – Temptation Of A Monk review
58m 02s – Three/Three Extremes/Dumplings background & Fruit Chan biography
74m 07s – Dumplings review

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My Name is Fame (2006)

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Plot: Dried up actor Poon Kar-Fai (Lau Ching-Wan) once relished his time in the lime light and ended up throwing it all away through arrogance. Working in amateurish productions, Poon decides to change his career from Actor to Manager. His protégé appears in the form of mainland beauty – Faye Ng (Fok Sze-Yin). With little experience and knowledge of the business, Poons help is valuable.

With Faye’s popularity growing by the bucket full the relationship between Poon and Faye gets tested. Faye soon finds herself going to star in a rather risqué movie in Japan. With Faye gone, Poon tries his hand at the movie business one last time… Read the rest of this entry »

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