我的最爱

Saturday, March 29, 2008

我的最爱
L for love
L for lies
情场如战场
要爱就要抢



由鄧麗欣(Stephy)、方力申(Alex)、曾愷玹(不能說的秘密)、楊愛瑾(Miki)、胡清藍(Terry)、唐寧主演的《我的最愛》以終極的精湛演技去感動觀眾。故事講述寶(鄧麗欣飾)本來是一個幸福無比的女孩子,她跟青梅竹馬的男友俊,畢業後開了一家小小的甜品店,寶一天重遇了多年不見的舊同學琪(曾愷玹飾),琪看上了好男人俊的勤奮上進,竟不念跟寶的姊妹情誼,橫刀奪愛(唐寧飾)是寶的好姊妹,她有一個拍拖多年的男友風(胡清藍飾)。漂亮動人的蚊卻常常瞞着木納內向的風在外頭發展一段又一段短暫的霧水情緣被俊拋棄後,寶在一家百貨公司當上化妝小姐。寶的女上司娟忽然宣佈結婚的喜訊,寶發現比娟年輕很多的未婚夫十分臉熟,正是自己的舊鄰居強(方力申飾),可是強一直跟寶扮作不相識。一個月後,娟突然宣佈取消婚禮在情場上千帆過盡的蚊,決定跟風一起建立穏定的未來。但風竟然向蚊提出分手,真相是這半年來,風瞞着蚊,跟同事輝的女友敏(楊愛瑾飾)秘密地發展一段「後備情人」的關係。一腳踏兩船的風以為是情場老手的蚊,怎會想到被自己玩弄在股掌之間的風,原來早在背後默默起革命

Starring:
Alex Fong Lik-Sun, Stephy Tang, Terry Wu, Leila Tong,
Miki Yeung, Alice Zeng

Director:
Patrick Kong (aka Yip Lim Sum)

And then there were three; the number refers here not so much to love triangles as the fact that L For Love, L For Lies is the third movie in three years from director-scriptwriter Patrick Kong (aka Yip Lim Sum) and producer Paco Wong that stars Olympic swimmer turned singer-actor Alex Fong Lik-Sun and fellow entertainment idol Stephy Tang, and also includes increasingly familiar faces like Tang’s ex-Cookies band-mate Miki Yeung. Still, love triangles do feature prominently in this at times surprising drama which is a considerable step up in quality from Kong’s previous efforts, Marriage With a Fool (2006) and the critically panned but still commercially successful Love Is Not All Around (2007).

Trusting Bobo (Stephy Tang) and not-so-trusting Man (Leila Tong) are good friends who don’t meet up much but provide sympathetic ears for each other over the phone. Kiki (Alice Zeng) – who is happy to inform one and all that “I can trust no one” – is a former schoolmate of Bobo who proves to be not a good friend at all, especially after she seduces Bobo’s beau, dessert-shopowner Chun (Stephen Wong), away from her. Angry and heartbroken, Bobo decides to seek revenge by getting a charmer of a conman called Keung (Alex Fong Lik-Sun) to scam Kiki – a greedy woman who loves money as much she enjoys depriving another female of her boyfriend – and maybe even get Chun running back to her.

L For Love, L For Lies regularly inter-cuts between scenes from Bobo and others’ lives, notably beer girl Man and her boyfriend Fung (Terry Wu). A previous abusive relationship has left Man very insecure, prompting her to want to constantly check up on and over-control Fung. That causes him to turn from her to a fellow stall operator named Mandy (Miki Yeung). The problem, though, is that Mandy has another man and thus can only offer to be Fung’s ‘back-up’ lover...

Veering in its focus from one character to another, often in quick confusion-inducing succession, L For Love, L For Lies is an ensemble piece that gives many individuals chances to shine. In particular, Wong Cho Lam evokes much appreciative laughter with his over-the-top cameo as an eccentric loan officer but overall the support by various recognizable faces in cameo appearances is one of this relationship drama’s many positives.

At the same time, however, the two main stars do deserve their top billing. Building on her appearances towards the end of last year in the markedly different In Love With the Dead and Trivial Matters, Stephy Tang is revealing herself to be quite the versatile acting talent. But leading man Alex Fong Lik-Sun it is who truly shows with an unexpectedly layered, affecting performance in this film that he’s much more than just a pretty face.


(L for love, L for lies) Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LXN4M1IaaU

新歌试听(我的最爱):http://tv.mofile.com/FH94KGDB/

It is a nice show, it talk about the hongkong love story with cheating each other & many more. .
you should watch!

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