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Perfect Wedding - 抱抱俏佳人 [2010]

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Title: Perfect Wedding

Released: 2 Oct 2010

Genre: Romance

Director: Wong Chun Chun

 

Casts

Raymond Lam, Miriam Yeung, Teresa Mo, Eric Kot, Chrissie Chau, Bernice Liu, Kate Tsui

 

Synopsis

Lok Yan (Miriam Yeung) was ditched by her fiance on their wedding day. During the next three years she gains fame as a wedding planner for many acclaimed celebrities.

 

One night, in a bar, she meets a young attorney, Fung (Raymond Lam), and they spend a passionate night together in a hotel – with no plans to ever meet again. Fate brings them together again at a wedding. Their one night stand now becomes a debt dispute since Fung’s boss owes Yan’s company fees for 30 weddings. When Fung’s boss runs away, Fung is left to clear the debt and so he starts working for Yan.

 

While working together to organize successful weddings, they face and overcome many challenges and begin to feel affection for each other. But love is never simple – especially for Yan whose four close girlfriends do not approve of her relationship with Fung because they think he is young. Yan further complicates the situation by keeping Fung at a distance because of her painful memories of previous failed relationships.

 

Fung disapproves of portraying a wedding as a show and after a big fight with Yan he almost quits the company – but Yan sees his point of view and they reach a compromise. Together they organize a wedding which is full of love and this is the start of a new relationship between them. A wonderful night together at Yan’s place heralds the start of a new and stable relationship – which they keep secret.

 

Just as Yan’s painful memories of previous failed relationships begins to fade, her ex-boyfriend, Joe (Eric Kot), turns up again. Joe is about to get married but realizes he still misses Yan and tries to win her back. Yan is confused and undecided and this destroys her relationship with Fung, even though she rejects Joe. Although Yan and Fung still love each other, they part and begin new separate relationships….

 

Trailer

 

+credits to raymondlam.org+

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it was okay, not as great as i was expecting but i was happy to see raymond in movies

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a simple comedy romance movie where the storyline still can grips your mind and hearts.

Well done

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It's a pretty decent movie... I like Miriam's acting.. she's so funny. and also it's the first time for her to partner Lam Fung...

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