C'est La Vie, Mon Cheri Trailer

C'est La Vie, Mon Cheri Trailer (1993)

11 November 1993 Drama, Romance 105 mins

Unable to make it as a commercial success because he staunchly refuses to sell out, a struggling Hong Kong musician rediscovers his love of music and regains an interest in his life's meaning through his relationship with a dying girl.

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Cast

Sean Lau

as Kit

Paul Chun Pui

as Cheung Po-Sai

Petrina Fung Bo-Bo

as Min's Mother

Carina Lau

as Tracey

Sylvia Chang

as Min's Doctor [cameo]

Jacob Cheung Chi-Leung

as Fortune Teller [cameo]

Sherman Wong

as Producer

Peter Chan

as Cocktail party attendee [cameo]

Carrie Ng

as Yau Ling

International Titles

C'est la vie, mon chéri Trailer

新不了情 Trailer

Endless Love Trailer

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 11 November 1993

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