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| Thursday, November 03, 2005



Last year's Golden Horse Best Actor Andy Lau's Wait 'Til You're Older and All About Love will be screened this week, although both movies were snubbed by the Golden Horse Films Awards but both movies had box office takings in most countries.

In All About Love, which will be screened this week, Andy played a character whom was more concentrated in his work rather than love, he woke up after his wife passed away in a car accident and regret of his own actions. 6 years later, he fall in love with a woman whom had a heart transplant from his wife.



The movie did very well in the box office in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Malaysia and Singapore.

Wait 'Til You're Older which will be screened next week, Andy will act from 20-80 years old, which is a test to his acting skills.

Andy says: "For every one's character, it's not by saying that he had mature, he will have changes, sometimes when one's mature, 50 or 60 years old, his mentality is still 10 something years old, this is what my character is."



Although the 2 movies were not nominated in the upcoming Golden Horse Film Awards, Andy was not disappointed as the story of Wait 'Til You're Older gave him a new experience in life. Andy says: "Most importantly is how to manage time, we really don't know when our time will end, in our life, within the limited time, should do things that we like to do, then you would like a very fortunate life."

news from: TVBS E-News