Siu Wai (Cecilia Cheung) is a young woman, whose fiancé (Louis Koo) has been killed in an accident. She takes on her late fiancé's minibus business in order to support his young son, Lok Lok. As Siu Wai struggles in the cutthroat business, she is befriended by Dai Fai (Lau Ching Wan), another minibus driver who was at the scene of her fiancé's accident. Dai Fai takes pity on her plight and he regularly assists Siu Wai, from taking care of Lok Lok to teaching her the ropes of minibus driving. As Dai Fai becomes more heavily involved with Siu Wai and her daily obstacles, could there be something more in their platonic relationship? Add Synopsis In Portuguese
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Cecilia Cheung, in the role of Siu Wai, is frail and determined at the same time. She manages to hide below her tenacity such a level of weakness and despair. She had received the 2004 Hong Kong Best Actress award for this role, and deservingly so. The other person who deserves accolades is James Yuen, whose script never forces anything but lets the story slowly unfold. It's the brutal honesty about Siu Wai's stubbornness and her inadequacy that makes the film stand out. Even when the film is sad, it's not depressing. Even when it's light, it's not silly. It is a complex film that will touch your heart!