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A Moment of Romance

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A Moment of Romance

A Moment of Romance
Poster of A Moment of Romance
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Directed by Benny Chan
Produced by Johnny To
Written by James Yuen
Starring Andy Lau
Jacklyn Wu
Ng Man-tat
Music by Lo Tayu
Fabio Carli
Cinematography Chan Kwong-Hung
Wong Wing-Hang
Patrick Jim
Editing by Wong Ming-Gong
Distributed by Newport Entertainment
Release date(s)Template:Plainlist
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

A Moment of Romance (Chinese: 天若有情) is a 1990 Hong Kong romance film directed by Benny Chan, produced by Johnny To, and starring Andy Lau, Jacklyn Wu and Ng Man-tat. Ng was awarded Best Supporting Actor at the 10th Hong Kong Film Awards.[1]


Wah Dee (Andy Lau), a young triad gangster, is the getaway driver in a jewelry store robbery. When the raid goes wrong, he takes a young woman named Jo Jo (Jacklyn Wu) hostage. The head of Wah Dee's gang, Trumpet, demands that she be killed, but Wah Dee resists and saves her. Despite the fact that Wah Dee and Jo Jo come from different backgrounds, the two fall in love but still face many difficulties.


  • Andy Lau as Wah Dee
  • Jacklyn Wu as Jo Jo Huen
  • Wong Kwong-Leung as Trumpet
  • Ng Man-tat as Rambo
  • Chu Tiet-Wo
  • Lam Chung
  • Sandra Lang
  • Lau Kong
  • Yuen Bun
  • Liang Shan

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See also


External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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