Sammi Cheng yelled vulgarities when Andy Lau almost crashed their car

3 July 2013 / 3 years 3 months ago

Blind Detective held its press conference in Beijing on June 30, with stars Andy Lau and Sammi Cheng gracing the event. When the media asked them till what age they intended to shoot romance films, they mischievously expressed that would even collaborate when they are 80 years old, they could still moved the audience.Having collaborated in Needing You, Love On a Diet, Yesterday Once More, Andy and Sammi collaborated again in Blind Detective after 10 years, reports TVB News World. They have played couples in films for more than 10 years, this being their seventh collaboration. Andy quipped: “No choice, I just love her, but it’s impossible in real life, it can only happen in films.‘ Sammi expressed that they gel naturally, as if fated to be a couple. Sammi thinks that the largest charisma of film is to able to present different things, which includes different age, love, “Anything can happen in films, this is the best part.‘At the premiere, the entourage shared their joy and sorrow of shooting this film. Andy played a “blind detective‘ who loved to eat. However, he expressed that though the role was enjoyable, it was also difficult to portray. “Actually I also don’t understand why the scriptwriter wanted me to eat so much. There is one scene that I can’t forget, the scene after, both me and Sammi slapped each other, we went to a roadside stall to ear chicken feet and we ate for three hours. "If we are too full, we had to vomit out to clear our stomach and eat again, thus we vomit and eat at the same time, thus we feel like vomiting upon seeing chicken feet.‘The scene that gave Sammi the deepest impression is when Andy was speeding at mountain road, she recalled: “It was really very dangerous, we almost crashed through the wall and dropped into the drain, below are all deep mountains. Really scared out of sorts by him.‘ She recalled yet another incident which left an impression. “When we almost had a car accident then I realized that Andy is good in English, because he was controlling the steering and was repeating ‘˜shit’.‘ When talking about this incident, Andy said: "I had not drove a car for 18 years, never expected the horsepower to be so high, I almost drove us down the hills, I became nervous and shouted shit, I guess I could be an American in my previous life, if not I would not have spoke English in such a critical moment. "Sammi almost broke down, she even spoke English vulgarities."

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