Paris Holiday

Synopsis: Set in the romantic city of Paris, the film tells the story of a mismatched pair of roommates (Louis Koo and Amber Kuo), who end up falling hopelessly in love with each other.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
114 min


It should be fine, Mr. Lam

As living alone, you

keep this place pristine.

By the way, I need you

to sign this addendum.

Though the landlord agrees

to end the lease early...

you'd reimburse him for his loss,

if he fails to lease it for the same rent.

If you don't mind,

may I ask why you move after a few months?

Cut loss.

Cut loss?

Anything else? I got to go.

Oh, Mr. Lam? Your cigarettes...

Ditch them. I'm quitting.

Mr. Lam,

Mr. Chow asked you to take

this gift to someone in Paris.

And he asked this guy to

find you an apartment there.

Do you go to Paris often?

Never been there. My first time.

Hey! Wrong way!

How could it be Louvre again?

I'm sure it's the right way.

I'm the best taxi driver in Paris.

Trust me. You'll be there,

sooner or later.

Trust you?

Why don't you tell me

there're 2 Louvres in France?

(Paris Holiday:
Day 1)

It's here. This is the address.

Thank you.

200 Euros.


Yeah, 200 Euros.

Thank you. Bye.

See you next month. Thank you.

Thank you.

Good day Sir. May I help you?

You're from Hong Kong?

Is Michael Lau here?


You're here for Chung?

He's out delivering flowers.

Nice to meet you.

I'm Amy.

Why don't you take a seat?

There he is. This is yours.

Chung, he's looking for you.

Michael Lau?

You're... Mr. Lam?

"You speak Cantonese?

Nice to meet you.

I'm from Hong Kong too. Call me Michael.

Sorry, I'm late. Got tied up in traffic.

That's ok.

You know, Paris is gridlocked everyday.

I'll get the key and

show you the apartment.

That's good. OK


Dear darling! It's for dinner tonight.

All my money is yours, honey!

Will be right back.

The apartment is just a few blocks away.

You don't mind walking there, right?

No, I don't,

as long as we don't catch a cab.

This way.

Mr. Chow called a few days ago...

asking me to find you a flat.

There happened to be a vacant one...

near your red wine company.

Is it your apartment?

I wish!

I've been renting since

I came 19 years ago.

Many Chinese bought houses here,

they asked me to manage

them and collect rent.

See? European ambiance.

A refuge in the middle of all actions.

You'll love it.

Why don't you take the elevator?

Young man, there's an elevator

doesn't mean you should use it.

The elevators in Paris

are older than you and me.

They're unreliable and dangerous.


You look gorgeous today!

This Italian nanny lives

right across the hall from you.

She collects garbage and her house stinks.

Try your luck if you want.

I've been trapped in it 3 times.


Michael, a garbage nanny...

a broken elevator...

Any other surprise for me upstairs?

Not the building. But...a

little something about your flat.

A little what?

The former tenants haven't

finished moving out yet.

Not yet? They left a clutter?

Something like that...

The male tenant is gone, but

the female still hasn't moved.

Are you kidding?

How could that be possible?

Why not?

2 big bedrooms, one for you, one for her.

Come on. Just take a look first.

No! Just find me another one.

Come on, keep going.

2 more floors. Almost there.

What the hell?

So ridiculous!

Keep up! You're reaching the top!

So easy! You really made it!


What's new?

Don't tell me there's a corpse inside.

Not yet.

Actually what Mr. Chow pays

isn't enough to get you a flat...

in this classy neighbourhood.

But no worries!

We Chinese will always help each others.

You know what we Chinese

are most capable of?

Being flexible in different situations...

Cut it out! Just tell me the truth.

The woman was just dumped by her fiance.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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