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Lucy Liu filmography
Notable TV guest appearances
Plot of the movie: older brother is a streetwise criminal trying to go straight while helping and providing for his talented, cultured younger brother and widowed mother. Older brother does time in jail while younger brother becomes famous singer. Older brother is killed while protecting younger one from gangsters.
Lucy appears in this 1992 Hong Kong film as Aaron Kwok's girlfriend Donna. They are students at a performing arts school. She is a supporting character and her screen time amounts to less than 15 minutes. There is very little character development so the range of her acting is limited. She is credited as Lucy Alexis Liu. The film stars Danny Lee. Aaron Kwok, a dancer and singer before making movies, got second billing in this film.
Her first appearance is in the 24th minute of the movie: she is alone on stage rehearsing a dance routine as Kevin Lee (Aaron Kwok) watches from afar. Outside, he sees her walking with some friends and he rushes across campus to intercept her. When they cross paths he asks her if he can give her a ride home on his motorbike. She agrees but then his bike won't start. As he tries to fix it he doesn't realize that she has walked away. He stands up, turns to talk to her and when he doesn't see her he frantically looks every which way. Disappointed, he stands by his bike when she drives up in a red convertible and offers to drive him home. He accepts.
In the 37th minute, Kevin's older brother Bee tells him to speak into the pay phone receiver and it's Donna on the other end. Bee and his girlfriend Hung drive away while Kevin chats and then sings a song over the phone. It turns out that she is watching him from the second floor terrace of her home where she walks down and taps Kevin on the shoulder as he croons in the phone booth. She says his song and motorbike are nice, and he takes her for a ride to a recording studio. He is a contestant in the Regional Singing contest and auditions at the studio while she waits outside with other contestants.
In the 45th minute, Donna is in the audience applauding Kevin, a finalist, as he is introduced on the stage of the Regional Singing contest. Kevin's brother Bee tried to fix the contest and when Kevin doesn't win, Bee's friend "Superman" goes berserk and attacks one of the judges. The audience runs out of the auditorium. Bee and Kevin are arrested at home as their mother watches.
Almost an hour has elapsed when Donna appears next to Kevin at his mother's funeral. Later, they are sitting in his apartment where she offers him something to eat. She answers the door and it's a bank representative who informs Kevin that the apartment must be sold to pay off debts and he must move out by the end of the month. Another man appears and he persuades Kevin, as Donna nods her approval, to sign a contract with his music company. She accompanies Kevin to the recording studio where Peter Lai, his future manager, makes preparations for Kevin's first session. Donna stands in the background watching Kevin struggle during the recording, and later offers encouragement and a cup of water to him.
About 15 minutes later, Donna is applauding Kevin at his birthday party, organized by his manager who is preparing him for his first tour. Kevin invites Donna to join him at the Taiwan concert but she says she's been accepted at the New York Performing Art School and leaves next week. She tells him she need time to prepare and that she wants to be like him, able to choose what he wants to do. He says he understands.
That is the last time she appears in the film although shots of her are repeated in the closing credits.