Wednesday, November 07, 2012
For Raymond Lam's HK Coliseum concert in January 2013, a mini film Give Me One Minute To Say I Love You was produced to serve as the concert's promotion. The mini film will release online next month in the form of a trilogy. Raymond swiped his "friendship cards" for this mini film and invited several of his good friends including Yumiko Cheng, Vincy Chan, Kate Tsui, Lin Xiawei, Eliza Sam, Oscar Leung and the Fuk Luk Sau brothers (Louis Yuen, Wong Cho Lam, Johnson Lee). The director of the mini film is Wilson Chin.
Yesterday Raymond start shooting first with Eliza (Heung Heung) and Oscar on the busy street in Causeway Bay. There were a lot of onlookers surrounding the filming scene. In the scene, Raymond was seen by the display window biting his finger and posing like the King of Chok. The 'goddess' Heung Heung appeared all jumpy and cute, but it seems like she still has not gained enough experienced in acting yet as she frequently NGed. Director Wilson Chin had to personally step in and demonstrate the scenes for her.
Raymond expressed the mini film is a love story, which will appear in one of his new songs during the concert. Who does he hope to invite for his guest performers? He said: "Not everything has been confirmed yet, will have to see who is available." Collaborating with Heung Heung this time, it turns out the two had already come into contact before. Back when Heung Heung participated in MCI, Raymond was one of the judges, then later Raymond invited her to be the female lead in his MV. He praised Heung Heung: "Her acting is great, she gives off a joyous and comfortable feeling. (Heung Heung accepted this job for a 'friendship price'?) I'm not sure, my company made the arrangements."
When asked if Heung Heung got 'electrocuted' by Raymond? She said: "Nope, we are all very professional." She laughed and said she didn't let out 'electricity'. Apparently the two haven't sparked yet. Lately, Heung Heung has been busy working as a host and other jobs for TVB, has she earned a lot of extra income? She said: "Tomorrow I have another event to attend, but it's not just about earning money, I have to gain some experiences for myself too. (You're not getting paid for this mini film?) I'm not sure how TVB is handling it, but even if I'm not getting paid, I don't mind."
Source: Oriental Daily
Translated by: aZnangel @ AsianEU Forum
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