Perfect Wedding

Genre: Comedy, Romance
99 min

- Hi -Hi

You like Dan Brown too?

I wish I could sleep with him.


What is it?

For you to sleep with him.

It's a limited edition!

You're so funny.

Let me guess.

You're either a doctor or a lawyer.




And you? What's your name?



Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary?

What do you do?

Make a guess.

What will I get...

if I guess it right?

Just guess.

Your skin is good and your makeup is nice.


Am I right?

Oh my God!

Are you a psychic?

Something like that.


Any prize?

Take it off...

You first. Come on!

I can't...

Come on...

Come on... Hurry up... Come on...


You are so unprofessional, and such an idiot!

I don't care. You have to take care of it!


How come you are not at the office?


It's Sunday, why should I be at the office?

You love to officiate at weddings,

there's one today.

I can't make it, you do it for me.

Hi, is this Lam and Leung's wedding?

They are rehearsing, you can't go in.

I'm the civil celebrant...

from UP and DUP law firm. Wait...

You are the celebrant?

Come... come with me...

You are late for 15 minutes.

If my boss knows that, you'll be killed.

Please show me...

I'll lead you to the backstage.

Then, wait for my cue, Ok.

And switch off your cell phone. Sure...

If not, my boss will fine you for that.

Okay, come with me. Alright.

Second rehearsal will begin in 10 minutes.

How many times do I have

to remind you of the cakes?

Where are they?

This client is so big.

We cannot afford to lose him.

Okay, be serious.

What happen?

Did the flowers run away by themselves?

Oh, they're back?

You guys started 8 am this morning.

How can you still have so many mistakes?

Where's Terry, the groom?

Terry needs to watch the second rehearsal.

Terry! Terry!

Miss Yan, here's Terry. Terry!

Let me show you...

your route during the ceremony, okay?

Have a seat.

Okay, everybody get ready.

House light down.

Spot light one up.

Moon go.


Thanks for coming!


Flora, I only asked you to stand

in for the bride.

You are NOT the bride.

Be serious.

And the moon, too centre.

A bit to the left... Left...


That's it.

So it doesn't block the groom.

Terry, you then go down the stage.

And fetch the bride.

Then come over here hand in hand.

And look back together...

Here comes the celebrant!

Where's the celebrant?

Celebrant! Coming...


How come it's you?

Aren't you a pilot?

You also said you're a beautician.

What? What?

Anyone will do, except him.

Yan, we have no substitute.

Everyone is gone, except him.

The crash!

Then you come yourself.

I'm in China,

looking for a new partner.


You talk to him.

Boss? Fung, you deal with her.

Don't call me no matter what happens, bye.


He hung up.

Your boss owes me 30 times.

He ran away, you have to pay for him.

Do you count the 3 times from last night?

I mean you have to be the celebrant 30 times

for my company.


Nothing ever happened last night, okay?

What did I do wrong?

Stop crying, men are like that nowadays.

Your eyes are swollen, it's not worth it!

Silly girl.

Bullying her again?

I'm helping her.

Don't listen to those nonsense.

Red wine please.

I heard that you've got a new staff.

That fast?

Who told you that?

He's also a very handsome guy.

Did you do 'body check' on him?

Are you nuts?

He's bald with a big tummy.

I don't believe it.

Yan would never...

hire a staff that's bald with a big tummy.

Oh well... save the best for yourself.

We understand.

Cut it out. I'm starving, let's order.

Guess who came to my office today?

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Lawrence Cheng

Lawrence Cheng Tan-shui (born 27 November 1954) is a Hong Kong film actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and master of ceremonies. He was a Hong Kong DJ and radio channel executive. Cheng became famous after he created the radio drama series The Yuppie Fantasia in 1986 which he also starred in. In 1989, he starred in the film adaptation of the series which was directed by Gordon Chan and became a box office hit. more…

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