Para Para Sakura
|Para Para Sakura|
|Mandarin||Bā La Bā La Yīng Zhī Huā|
|Cantonese||Baa1 Laa1 Baa1 Laa1 Jing1 Zi1 Faa1|
|Directed by||Jingle Ma|
|Written by||Susan Chan|
|Produced by||Li Zhu-an|
|Edited by||Kwong Chi-leung|
|Music by||Peter Kam|
Golden Harvest Company
Red on Red Productions
Tianshan Film Studio
|Distributed by||Golden Harvest Company|
Para Para Sakura is a 2001 romance-comedy movie directed by Jingle Ma, starring Aaron Kwok and Cecilia Cheung. It was filmed and produced in Hong Kong. It runs for 107 minutes and is in the language Cantonese.
Plot Outline[change | change source]
Kwok plays the role of Phillip Wong, a colour-blind dance instructor who holds a class devoted to the latest dance craze, the Japanese Para Para. While in Shanghai, Phillip meets Yee (Cheung), a spoiled rich girl who is running away from her up-coming arranged marriage. Soon, Yee begins using Phillip's dance studio as a sanctuary from her responsibilities, and an attraction begins to form between the two. However, Yee is called back to Japan to be married before long, and Phillip must use more than his dance skills and charisma to prevent her from taking her vows.
Cast and Credits[change | change source]
- Aaron Kwok --- Kam-Shing "Phillip" Wong
- Cecilia Cheung --- Yuriko "Yee"
- Ah Niu --- Henry Ko
- Niu Tien --- Yamfeifei, Yuriko's Mother
- Kazuhiko Nishimura --- Shunichi Kukukawa