My Loving Trouble 7 Trailer

My Loving Trouble 7 Trailer (1999)

11 March 1999 109 mins

Patrick Tam plays James, a director of TV commercials who becomes infatuated with Julia, a mysterious woman he happens to notice walking across the street one day (and since Julia is played by Shu Qi, who can blame him?). She is actually a high-tech industrial spy, and plans to quit the service after completing one more mission, with the help of her new partner Candy (Tien Hsin). When the women realize that they have been set up, James tries to help them and the initially hostile Julia begins warming up to him.

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Cast

Patrick Tam

as Jim Si-Bon

Shu Qi

as Julia

Tien Hsin

as Candy

Ken Wong

as Andy

Jackson Liu

as Mr. Ko

Crew

James Yuen

Director

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 11 March 1999

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