Friday, June 08, 2012
In TVB series Master of Play, there are five strange and weird demons who revolve around Moses - Kenny Wong, Rachel Kan, Glen Lee, Steven Ho and Dia Yiu Ming. The Housewives were all clueless when they first watched the series, but it turns out the five characters each represent evil, lust, treacherous, violence and conscience in Moses' demonic heart.
'Evil' - Kenny Wong
Kenny said the storyline was kept secret because they wanted to spark audiences' interest. In the past, the main character's innermost feelings were all conveyed through their thoughts, but this time five characters are used to convey Moses' inner world. It was said Master of Play is a reflection of Sean Lau's film Mad Detective? Kenny said he believes the film may have been an inspiration during the production process, or perhaps the series is related to another film Fight Club, but television is different than movies. TV series describes the story in detail and have careful arrangement.
'Lust' - Rachel Kan
Rachel used several foreign actresses as a reference for her role, in hope to put out the best feminine feeling. She laughed and said if her role wasn’t disliked by audience, then that's considered lucky. There will be even more lustful scenes in the series later. Although she’s seen with other demons in the series, but actually she only has Moses.
'Treacherous' - Glen Lee
Glen said producer Jonathan Chik initially didn't tell him that his role was a demon. After he found out, he started reading many books to reference. During the filming process, Glen got too into character and often displayed the dark side of him, frightening his wife.
'Violence' - Steven Ho
While shooting, Steven ends up losing his voice and injuring his waist. As he has many topless scenes, the producer told him not to relax his muscles and he has to work out daily to keep fit. Results, he ends up injuring himself and had to rest for over two weeks.
'Conscience' - Dia Yiu Ming
Dia is a crucial character. He was murdered shortly after the series started, but later comes back to life and stops Moses from committing crimes. He said: "It’s touching Moses’ heart, but it's hard to be a good person. I’m only able to roam behind him trying to convince him to stop doing harmful things.
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU Forum
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