Drink-Drank-Drunk

Drink-Drank-Drunk
Directed by Derek Yee
Starring Miriam Yeung
Daniel Wu
Alex Fong
Vincent Kok
Hu Jing
Ella Koon
Release date(s) Hong Kong 2005
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Drink-Drank-Drunk (Chinese: 千杯不醉; Jyutping: Cin1 bui1 bat1 zeoi3) is a 2005 Hong Kong film directed by Derek Yee.

Plot

A romantic comedy, the film is about Siu Min, a Budweiser girl who takes pity on Michael (Daniel), an ethnic Chinese restaurateur from France drinking away his misfortune because his food is too sophisticated for (and thus unpopular with) the working class neighborhood in which both work. Unsatisfied with spending her days as a beer girl, the ambitious Siu Min becomes Michael's partner in the restaurant business, and eventually falls in love with him. Michael, however, must reconcile his dream of traveling the world with his other dream of running a successful restaurant.

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