When Fortune Smiles is a Hong Kong comedy romance action film.
When Fortune Smiles was released in 1990.
A dying man leaves a bad son, a good daughter, a scheming nephew, a large wealth, and a will that bequeaths everything to the daughter. As a result, the scheming nephew hires Tricky Star to take the will and change it. The son is also not a slacker. He hires Phoenix, a garbage collector, to impersonate the missing daughter, who shares Phoenix's appearance. Phoenix arrives in Hong Kong and enters the home with tremendous fanfare. She also surprised a thieving Trick Star, who takes on the character of a suitor right away. That makes Phoenix very happy....
Stephen Chow Sing Chi (Hong Kong) is an actor, comedian, screenwriter, film director, and producer.
Stephen Chow began his career as a TVB temporary actor. He joined TVB in the early 1980s and received training there, however he only had a few film roles. In 1982, Chow graduated from the TVB's acting classes. With the children's program 430 Space Shuttle, which he co-hosted with Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, Chow began to find some popularity.
Sandra Ng Kwan Yu is a Hong Kong actress who has appeared in films and on television. She received her education at Hong Kong's St. Stephen's Girls' College.
Wong was born to a Chinese mother and an English father. Wong took his mother's surname when his father abandoned his family when he was four years old. He began his acting career when he enrolled in The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts through ATV's training program. Despite the fact that he spoke little English as a child, Wong claims that he was often mistaken for a "foreigner" by Hong Kong residents and film professionals since his Caucasian ethnicity was visible early in his career; as he grew older, however, his looks became "more Chinese."
Anthony Wong as Wei
Shing Fui On as Lung
Billy Chow as Biu