He's a Woman, She's a Man
He's a Woman, She's a Man (金枝玉葉) is a 1994 Hong Kong romantic comedy film co-written and directed by Peter Chan and starring Leslie Cheung, Anita Yuen, Carina Lau, Eric Tsang and Jordan Chan. Its many awards garnered include Best Actress at the 14th Hong Kong Film Awards for Yuen and Best Original Song for "Chase" by Cheung. The film was followed by a sequel, Who's the Woman, Who's the Man?, released in 1996. The theme song "Chase" (追) appeared on Cheung's 1995 album Most Beloved.
Wing (Anita Yuen) is a sassy girl who deeply idolizes Rose (Carina Lau), a pop singer, and Rose's boyfriend, top record producer and songwriter Sam (Leslie Cheung). Rose has been groomed by Sam, achieving stardom and international acclaim. With her success, Sam decides to try his hand at bringing up a male singer. He decides to announce a country-wide, males-only talent search, much to his former protégé's chagrin.
|keywords||fall id pop singer record producer talent search think|
|musicBy||Chiu Tsang-hei Clarence Hui|
|productionCompany||United Filmmakers Organisation|
|publisher||Mandarin Films Distribution Co. Ltd.|
|theme||lgbt-related romantic comedy|