Frozen (2010 Hong Kong film)

Frozen
Directed by Kwok Chi-kin
Written by Kwok Chi-kin
Yim Ka-yee
Starring Aarif Rahman
Janice Man
Janice Vidal
Cheang Pou-soi
Cheng Yim-lai
Alfred Cheung
Matt Chow
Vincent Kok
Leon Lai
Wilfred Lau
Sin Lap-man
Ti Lung
Shaw Yin-yin
Release dates
  • 2 September 2010 (2010-09-02)
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Frozen (traditional Chinese: 為你鍾情) is a 2010 Hong Kong film directed by Derek Kwok Chi-Kin and starring Aarif Lee, Janice Man & Janice Vidal.

The story utilizes various songs and themes that are related to a late famous Hong Kong pop-star Leslie Cheung.

Plot

The Film tells story of Gigi and Kit who meet in high school and fall in love against her father's wishes. They elope when Gigi discovers she is pregnant with their daughter. However, their lives change when Gigi get into a car accident and gives birth to their daughter.

Cast

  • Janice Man as Gigi - she is Wing's mother and Kit's girlfriend who was frozen for 20 years followed by birth of their daughter and accident
  • Janice Vidal as Wing - daughter of Gigi and Kit who raised by her grandfather and adopted father followed by her mother's coma
  • Aarif Rahman (younger) / Leon Lai (older) as Kit - boyfriend of Gigi and Wing's father who falls in love with Gigi and carrying his child.
  • Wilfred Lau - Leslie
  • Alfred Cheung
  • Pou-Soi Cheang
  • Vincent Kok
  • Lung Ti
  • Yam Yam Siu

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