Golden Chicken 2 Trailer

Golden Chicken 2 Trailer (2003)

24 December 2003 Drama, Comedy, Romance 104 mins

The year is 2046 and 82 year old Golden Chicken (slang for prostitute) Kum (Sandra Ng), spots a heartbroken man (Chapman To) planning to take memory loss-pills. Claiming that Hong Kong people have a way of forgetting, she begins to recap part of her life story, starting in 2003 during a time where she was desperately looking for a husband and the SARS outbreak happened...

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Cast

Jacky Cheung

as Ma Ren Qun

Andy Lau

as Andy Lau, 2046 HK Chief Executive

Leon Lai Ming

as Masked Dr Chow Man Guang

Ronald Cheng

as Mr Chan

Angelica Lee

as Wife of Mr Chan

Anthony Wong

as Mr Chow

Chapman To

as Tolex

Dicky Cheung

as Dr Ko Shui Man

Felix Wong

as Richard

Crew

Samson Chiu

Director

International Releases Dates

Hong Kong 24 December 2003

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