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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:14,568 --> 00:00:18,266 It's only 40 nautical miles from Hong Kong to Macau. 2 00:00:18,371 --> 00:00:20,135 Just one hour by hovercraft 3 00:00:20,240 --> 00:00:21,503 and you can reach Macau from Hong Kong... 4 00:00:21,608 --> 00:00:23,303 or vice versa. 5 00:00:24,044 --> 00:00:25,205 That's why on every weekend or holiday... 6 00:00:25,312 --> 00:00:27,713 so many people go to Macau to entertain themselves; 7 00:00:28,081 --> 00:00:30,982 and by "entertainment", we mean mainly gambling. 8 00:00:31,084 --> 00:00:33,314 There's dog racing in Macay, as well as jai-alai, 9 00:00:33,420 --> 00:00:35,252 not to mention the Lisboa, New Garden, 10 00:00:35,355 --> 00:00:37,722 Ocean Palace and other casinos. 11 00:00:38,225 --> 00:00:39,624 As it's entertainment, 12 00:00:39,726 --> 00:00:41,353 it obviously costs money. 13 00:00:41,861 --> 00:00:42,623 See? 14 00:00:42,729 --> 00:00:45,664 Everyone's full of excitement upon departure, 15 00:00:45,765 --> 00:00:47,392 but by the time they return to Hong Kong... 16 00:00:47,500 --> 00:00:49,525 most of them hang their heads in dejection. 17 00:00:50,537 --> 00:00:51,595 Not everyone is man enough... 18 00:00:51,705 --> 00:00:53,469 to "meet with Triumph and Disaster 19 00:00:53,573 --> 00:00:56,873 And treat those two imposters just the same." 20 00:00:56,977 --> 00:00:59,537 However many times they try and fail, 21 00:00:59,646 --> 00:01:03,276 they still try and try again. 22 00:01:03,383 --> 00:01:08,685 Gambling is like war, and so is love; 23 00:01:08,788 --> 00:01:11,849 they give rise to all sorts of incredible events... 24 00:01:11,958 --> 00:01:14,359 which, repeated often enough, are no longer news. 25 00:01:14,728 --> 00:01:19,063 If you don't believe me, just watch on... 26 00:02:47,354 --> 00:02:48,788 Let's go. 27 00:02:49,989 --> 00:02:50,956 Darling 28 00:02:51,057 --> 00:02:51,956 Go "dar-" yourself! 29 00:02:52,459 --> 00:02:54,325 Hey, what's the matter? 30 00:02:54,427 --> 00:02:56,156 Don't take it out on me because you lost money! 31 00:02:56,262 --> 00:02:57,127 Serves you right for gamblin so much. 32 00:02:57,230 --> 00:02:59,062 It's my money. It's none of your business. 33 00:02:59,165 --> 00:03:00,223 Fine. From this day on, 34 00:03:00,333 --> 00:03:01,892 you go your way, and I go mine. 35 00:03:02,369 --> 00:03:03,427 Good thing I didn't marry you. 36 00:03:05,271 --> 00:03:07,069 Give me back my Hong Kong re-entry permit. 37 00:03:09,008 --> 00:03:09,873 How much? 38 00:03:10,710 --> 00:03:11,336 Fifty. 39 00:03:11,444 --> 00:03:12,605 No, Five hundred. 40 00:03:12,712 --> 00:03:14,146 Oh? Five hundred? 41 00:03:18,385 --> 00:03:19,443 Put down five hundred. 42 00:03:31,431 --> 00:03:35,299 Ope". open! 43 00:03:36,202 --> 00:03:37,966 Four, five, six, fifteen is large. 44 00:03:47,881 --> 00:03:48,973 Large! 45 00:04:09,669 --> 00:04:15,039 Open. open. open! 46 00:04:15,141 --> 00:04:18,236 Three, four, six, thirteen is large. 47 00:04:26,085 --> 00:04:26,881 Large! 48 00:04:40,133 --> 00:04:40,929 Thank you! 49 00:05:10,430 --> 00:05:11,226 Well? 50 00:05:11,331 --> 00:05:11,991 Same arrangement. 51 00:05:12,098 --> 00:05:13,532 I get two shares, you each get one. 52 00:05:13,633 --> 00:05:14,031 Okay. 53 00:05:14,133 --> 00:05:15,123 Okay. 54 00:05:21,708 --> 00:05:22,698 Let's look at yours. 55 00:05:22,809 --> 00:05:24,038 I'm a total novice at this. 56 00:05:24,143 --> 00:05:25,076 I don't know anything. 57 00:05:25,178 --> 00:05:25,872 Okay. 58 00:05:26,346 --> 00:05:27,279 Ten thousand. 59 00:05:28,781 --> 00:05:29,714 Ten thousand. 60 00:05:32,418 --> 00:05:33,510 Ten thousand. 61 00:05:34,554 --> 00:05:35,282 How do you play this? 62 00:05:35,388 --> 00:05:35,980 Don't know how. 63 00:05:36,089 --> 00:05:37,523 It's easier than dominoes. You compare numbers. 64 00:05:37,624 --> 00:05:39,922 Tens and heads all count as ten. 65 00:05:40,026 --> 00:05:41,551 Whoever has the higest number wins. 66 00:05:41,661 --> 00:05:43,390 It's a five percent commission, 67 00:05:43,496 --> 00:05:45,157 no commission if the player wins. 68 00:05:45,265 --> 00:05:47,063 It's a draw if your numbers are equal. 69 00:05:47,166 --> 00:05:48,327 Let's watch the next round. 70 00:05:48,434 --> 00:05:50,095 You can't move your chips. 71 00:05:50,203 --> 00:05:52,729 You can increase your bet but not decrease it. 72 00:05:52,839 --> 00:05:56,002 Place it on a draw and it's $900 for a $100 bet. 73 00:05:56,109 --> 00:05:56,803 So much? 74 00:06:14,494 --> 00:06:15,655 Player wins. 75 00:06:15,762 --> 00:06:16,092 Understood. 76 00:06:16,195 --> 00:06:16,821 Player wins. 77 00:06:16,930 --> 00:06:18,694 Player wins, seven. 78 00:06:20,567 --> 00:06:23,332 Ope". open! 79 00:06:23,703 --> 00:06:26,764 One, two, three, six is small. 80 00:06:39,652 --> 00:06:41,279 Five hundred bucks, large. 81 00:06:42,121 --> 00:06:42,815 Damn! 82 00:06:50,330 --> 00:06:51,695 Open! 83 00:06:53,700 --> 00:06:56,032 Four, five, six, fifteen. 84 00:06:56,135 --> 00:06:56,931 Damn it! 85 00:06:57,036 --> 00:06:57,798 Large. 86 00:06:58,771 --> 00:07:02,002 Two places in Macau are famous for being ruins 87 00:07:02,108 --> 00:07:03,075 and both are of historical interest. 88 00:07:03,176 --> 00:07:05,873 One is the ruins of this edifice, 89 00:07:05,979 --> 00:07:08,175 called the facade of St. Paul. 90 00:07:08,281 --> 00:07:12,013 Catholicism's earliest foothold in the Far East, 91 00:07:12,118 --> 00:07:14,917 it's the edifice of St. Paul's Church 92 00:07:15,021 --> 00:07:17,285 built in 1637 93 00:07:17,390 --> 00:07:19,791 and destroyed by fire in 1835. 94 00:07:20,193 --> 00:07:22,992 Three years later what remained of the other walls... 95 00:07:23,096 --> 00:07:24,359 were taken down, leaving behind what you see today. 96 00:07:25,164 --> 00:07:29,567 The other ruin is called the "Ruined Devil's House". 97 00:07:29,669 --> 00:07:33,071 It's said the place used to be deserted... 98 00:07:33,172 --> 00:07:35,470 with only one western-style building. 99 00:07:35,575 --> 00:07:37,475 The Chinese call foreigners "foreign devils", 100 00:07:37,577 --> 00:07:39,045 and the houses where they lived "devil houses". 101 00:07:39,145 --> 00:07:41,773 Ruined Devil House meant a run-down western building. 102 00:07:42,215 --> 00:07:43,580 The legend goes that "Ruined Devil House" 103 00:07:43,683 --> 00:07:47,085 was a place specializing in selling ruined goods. 104 00:07:47,186 --> 00:07:50,747 Actually, the place had a more elegant name: 105 00:07:50,857 --> 00:07:52,347 Orchid-Osmanthus House. 106 00:07:53,626 --> 00:07:56,095 Osmanthus House was a second-hand clothes store... 107 00:07:56,195 --> 00:07:59,563 selling outmoded clothes and antiques from pawn shops. 108 00:07:59,666 --> 00:08:03,102 Orchid House was an antique store: 109 00:08:03,202 --> 00:08:05,864 Zhou bronzes, Han jade, bricks from the Great Wall; 110 00:08:05,972 --> 00:08:08,942 song green-pattern and Tang tricolor china; 111 00:08:09,042 --> 00:08:10,806 calligraphy and paintings by past and present masters; 112 00:08:10,910 --> 00:08:14,141 every rare collectable, whether Chinese or foreign, 113 00:08:14,247 --> 00:08:15,544 could be found here. 114 00:08:16,582 --> 00:08:19,176 Jiao Yi, the antique store proprietor, 115 00:08:19,285 --> 00:08:22,016 is a merchant with the gift of the gab. 116 00:08:22,121 --> 00:08:23,885 He may look like a gentleman on the surface, 117 00:08:23,990 --> 00:08:26,857 but deep down, he's a dirty old man. 118 00:08:27,226 --> 00:08:29,194 Despite being married to Ah Lan ("Orchid"), 119 00:08:29,295 --> 00:08:32,321 a woman both beautiful and coquettish, 120 00:08:32,432 --> 00:08:34,457 he still wasn't content. 121 00:08:34,567 --> 00:08:38,162 Other men's wives are always more desirable. 122 00:08:38,271 --> 00:08:41,241 He was set on seducing Osmanthus House's proprietress, 123 00:08:41,340 --> 00:08:42,774 Ah Gui ("Osmanthus"). 124 00:08:42,875 --> 00:08:46,812 He's well aware that He Yen, owner of Osmanthus House, 125 00:08:46,913 --> 00:08:50,781 has been flirting with his wife Ah Lan 126 00:08:50,883 --> 00:08:52,009 for quite some time already. 127 00:09:11,604 --> 00:09:12,833 What are they tapping? 128 00:09:13,473 --> 00:09:14,668 Probably from the telegraph office. 129 00:09:14,774 --> 00:09:16,173 It's Morse code. 130 00:09:16,275 --> 00:09:18,209 Didn't you use to work at the telegraph office? 131 00:09:18,311 --> 00:09:19,472 What are they saying? 132 00:09:20,346 --> 00:09:21,438 They're talking about you. 133 00:09:21,547 --> 00:09:24,414 Great ass, small waist, real hot! 134 00:09:24,917 --> 00:09:26,612 Damn! Shameless! 135 00:09:28,721 --> 00:09:29,483 Hey! 136 00:09:41,601 --> 00:09:42,762 What are they saying now? 137 00:09:42,869 --> 00:09:47,363 They say this bearded old gentleman looks like a goat. 138 00:10:04,657 --> 00:10:05,715 What's he saying? 139 00:10:05,825 --> 00:10:07,919 He's saying, young men, 140 00:10:08,027 --> 00:10:10,086 I'm the head of the telegraph office. 141 00:10:15,301 --> 00:10:15,995 Come again! 142 00:10:25,244 --> 00:10:27,679 Ah Jiao, have a look at this jade mouth piece. 143 00:10:28,414 --> 00:10:30,815 How fragrant and cool the jade is! 144 00:10:30,917 --> 00:10:32,214 Let me take a look, quick! 145 00:10:32,785 --> 00:10:33,411 Oh... 146 00:10:33,519 --> 00:10:34,714 Let me try. 147 00:10:35,621 --> 00:10:37,089 You... 148 00:10:39,025 --> 00:10:39,787 It's true. 149 00:10:39,892 --> 00:10:41,018 Let me try as well. 150 00:10:46,332 --> 00:10:46,821 It really is true. 151 00:10:46,933 --> 00:10:48,458 What jade mouth piece. Where did you get it? 152 00:10:48,568 --> 00:10:50,900 I found it in an old clothes shop. 153 00:10:51,003 --> 00:10:51,902 An old gentleman took a look at it... 154 00:10:52,004 --> 00:10:53,403 and said it was a jade mouthpiece. 155 00:10:53,506 --> 00:10:55,372 Put it in your mouth to absorb the jade essence: 156 00:10:55,474 --> 00:10:57,238 it strengthens the blood and keeps you looking young; 157 00:10:57,476 --> 00:10:58,466 the essence of the jade does that! 158 00:11:00,246 --> 00:11:01,975 Old Jiao, you get some jade essence too. 159 00:11:02,081 --> 00:11:03,139 Get away! 160 00:11:03,249 --> 00:11:04,148 How could you? 161 00:11:04,250 --> 00:11:06,082 How can you put this into your mouths? 162 00:11:07,753 --> 00:11:08,879 It's a jade mouthpiece. 163 00:11:08,988 --> 00:11:10,046 Of course you put it into your mouth. 164 00:11:10,990 --> 00:11:12,822 Unfortunately it's not called a jade mouthpiece. 165 00:11:13,292 --> 00:11:14,088 If it's not a jade mouthpiece, 166 00:11:14,193 --> 00:11:14,887 then what is it? 167 00:11:16,796 --> 00:11:17,820 It's called a jade plug. 168 00:11:17,930 --> 00:11:19,159 Jade plug? 169 00:11:19,532 --> 00:11:20,693 Where do you plug it? 170 00:11:21,968 --> 00:11:24,665 In ancient times, when court ladies were buried, 171 00:11:24,770 --> 00:11:26,898 they wanted to use the auspicious qualities of jade... 172 00:11:27,006 --> 00:11:29,134 to preserve their beauty even after death. 173 00:11:29,242 --> 00:11:31,210 So, they plugged it into their loins. 174 00:11:31,944 --> 00:11:33,309 Loins? 175 00:11:33,412 --> 00:11:34,641 That means their vaginas. 176 00:11:34,747 --> 00:11:36,738 The place where babies come out! 177 00:11:40,620 --> 00:11:41,883 I need some water too to rinse my mouth! 178 00:11:48,160 --> 00:11:50,629 Madam Gui, I was just putting them on. 179 00:11:50,730 --> 00:11:53,131 This isn't called a jade plug, 180 00:11:53,232 --> 00:11:56,691 nor is it a jade mouthpiece. It's a substitute finger. 181 00:11:56,802 --> 00:11:57,633 Substitute finger? 182 00:11:58,237 --> 00:12:01,400 They were used instead of fingers for teaching. 183 00:12:01,974 --> 00:12:05,274 Hold out your hand first, hold out your hand. 184 00:12:06,812 --> 00:12:11,374 Shang da ren, kong yi ji... 185 00:12:12,685 --> 00:12:14,710 In time it replaced the finger. 186 00:12:14,820 --> 00:12:22,056 Two three miles by, a village of four five familes... 187 00:12:22,161 --> 00:12:22,821 Old He. 188 00:12:28,100 --> 00:12:30,159 L'm surprised you still remember your surname. 189 00:12:30,269 --> 00:12:32,067 Your house is on fire! 190 00:12:32,171 --> 00:12:33,229 What are you hanging around here for? 191 00:12:34,240 --> 00:12:35,036 Women! 192 00:12:35,141 --> 00:12:36,074 What about women? 193 00:12:36,442 --> 00:12:37,568 What about women? 194 00:12:40,813 --> 00:12:42,645 Such brute force! 195 00:13:18,084 --> 00:13:19,916 Madam Lan, out for a bit of sun? 196 00:13:21,354 --> 00:13:22,651 What are you talking about? 197 00:13:22,755 --> 00:13:23,881 Sun yourself! 198 00:13:23,990 --> 00:13:25,856 I mean you're sunning your laundry. Aren't you? 199 00:13:25,958 --> 00:13:28,359 Well, you are sunning yourself too, aren't you? 200 00:13:28,861 --> 00:13:30,693 Some people are born cuckolds. 201 00:13:30,796 --> 00:13:32,423 With a spirited wife such as yourself, 202 00:13:32,531 --> 00:13:34,590 Brother Jiads destined to be cuckolded. 203 00:13:34,700 --> 00:13:35,792 You... 204 00:13:45,144 --> 00:13:45,702 Never mind. 205 00:13:45,811 --> 00:13:48,405 Not as old as Qianlong. At most it's Tongzhi era. 206 00:13:48,514 --> 00:13:49,572 Not worth very much. 207 00:13:49,882 --> 00:13:51,372 You have a word with him. 208 00:14:19,412 --> 00:14:20,208 Hateful! 209 00:14:24,650 --> 00:14:25,173 How so? 210 00:14:25,284 --> 00:14:26,615 Bite your tongue! 211 00:14:26,719 --> 00:14:27,811 You enjoy this, don't you? 212 00:14:29,021 --> 00:14:30,546 Very well, this doesn't count. 213 00:14:30,656 --> 00:14:31,555 I'll ask you a riddle. 214 00:14:31,657 --> 00:14:33,352 If you win, I'll give you a dollar. 215 00:14:33,459 --> 00:14:34,790 Okay, ask me. 216 00:14:35,594 --> 00:14:36,823 Listen well. 217 00:14:40,166 --> 00:14:41,361 Listening. 218 00:14:41,534 --> 00:14:45,164 It looks like a dog, from afar and up close, 219 00:14:45,571 --> 00:14:48,131 but hit him or scold him, it won't run away. 220 00:14:48,240 --> 00:14:49,264 You have to drag it to make it move. 221 00:14:50,109 --> 00:14:51,440 It's a thing. Can you guess what it is? 222 00:14:53,179 --> 00:14:57,082 It looks like a dog, from afar and up close. 223 00:14:58,851 --> 00:15:00,410 But if it's a dog, why doesn't it run away? 224 00:15:00,519 --> 00:15:01,953 That's what's strange about it. 225 00:15:02,555 --> 00:15:03,386 I'll tell you. 226 00:15:03,489 --> 00:15:04,957 Hit him or scold him, it won't run away. 227 00:15:05,057 --> 00:15:06,024 You have to drag it to make it move. 228 00:15:06,325 --> 00:15:07,451 You have to drag it to make it move? 229 00:15:08,227 --> 00:15:09,194 Ah. 230 00:15:12,731 --> 00:15:14,756 Oh, I can't guess. I lose. 231 00:15:14,867 --> 00:15:15,629 What is it? 232 00:15:16,202 --> 00:15:17,033 You ad m it defeat? 233 00:15:17,136 --> 00:15:18,900 I'll tell you then. 234 00:15:19,004 --> 00:15:22,133 It's a dead dog. 235 00:15:22,241 --> 00:15:23,265 Dead... 236 00:15:23,609 --> 00:15:24,701 You're a dead man! 237 00:15:24,810 --> 00:15:25,402 You don't think it's fair? 238 00:15:25,511 --> 00:15:26,478 Fair my ass! 239 00:15:30,216 --> 00:15:32,116 Okay, I'll ask you a riddle too. 240 00:15:32,218 --> 00:15:34,312 If you can guess the answer, I'll give you a dollar, 241 00:15:34,420 --> 00:15:36,582 but if you can't, I win a dollar from you. 242 00:15:36,689 --> 00:15:37,622 Okay. Ask me. 243 00:15:40,893 --> 00:15:42,054 Wah! 244 00:15:42,161 --> 00:15:43,788 Ah. Wah! 245 00:15:43,896 --> 00:15:45,193 That's it? 246 00:15:45,297 --> 00:15:46,287 That's it. Now guess. 247 00:15:48,534 --> 00:15:52,630 Wah, wah. 248 00:15:53,706 --> 00:15:54,332 Can't guess what it is. 249 00:15:54,440 --> 00:15:56,340 Can't guess? 250 00:15:56,942 --> 00:15:59,673 Wah, poured a glass of tea. 251 00:15:59,778 --> 00:16:01,803 Wah, poured a glass of tea? 252 00:16:03,182 --> 00:16:05,150 A dollar to pour a glass of tea? 253 00:16:06,719 --> 00:16:07,948 Now we don't owe each other anything. 254 00:16:09,622 --> 00:16:10,817 One more round to see who's the winner. 255 00:16:15,494 --> 00:16:17,053 Wah! 256 00:16:18,030 --> 00:16:20,055 Wah? 257 00:16:20,366 --> 00:16:21,697 How come it's "wah" again? 258 00:16:22,434 --> 00:16:25,096 That's how simple it is. Wah! 259 00:16:26,005 --> 00:16:31,569 Wah, wah. 260 00:16:33,579 --> 00:16:35,638 I can't guess. I admit defeat. 261 00:16:35,748 --> 00:16:36,977 You ad m it defeat? 262 00:16:37,516 --> 00:16:39,678 Wah! 263 00:16:40,019 --> 00:16:43,922 Silly boy, poured another glas of tea! 264 00:16:50,663 --> 00:16:51,653 How many days will you be gone for? 265 00:16:52,565 --> 00:16:53,623 It'll take three to five days. 266 00:16:55,000 --> 00:16:56,092 Take care at home. 267 00:16:56,202 --> 00:16:57,397 I know, I know. Stop nagging. 268 00:16:58,137 --> 00:16:59,366 I've seen Old He from next door... 269 00:16:59,471 --> 00:17:01,098 flirting with you all the time. 270 00:17:01,207 --> 00:17:03,073 He's mentioned you to me several times. 271 00:17:04,243 --> 00:17:05,233 Mentioned me? How? 272 00:17:05,644 --> 00:17:08,204 He said you were nice, and good with people, 273 00:17:08,314 --> 00:17:11,079 a great cook and a marvelous homemaker, 274 00:17:11,183 --> 00:17:13,083 that you've got everything in the right place... 275 00:17:13,185 --> 00:17:15,244 you're one of a kind. 276 00:17:16,956 --> 00:17:19,288 It sounds more like you talking about his wife Ah Gui. 277 00:17:20,192 --> 00:17:21,660 Really, I'm going to Hong Kong. 278 00:17:21,760 --> 00:17:22,852 You be wary of him. 279 00:17:22,962 --> 00:17:24,930 What do you take me for? You hateful man. 280 00:17:25,731 --> 00:17:26,994 I'm just teasing you. 281 00:17:27,099 --> 00:17:28,032 Do you think I don't know... 282 00:17:28,133 --> 00:17:29,532 what kind of person you are? 283 00:17:31,370 --> 00:17:32,269 Stop fussing! 284 00:17:40,012 --> 00:17:42,777 Old He, I'm off to Hong Kong. Anything I can do? 285 00:17:42,881 --> 00:17:44,076 Nothing, thank you. 286 00:17:44,183 --> 00:17:44,809 How long will you be away for? 287 00:17:44,917 --> 00:17:45,679 Three to five days... 288 00:17:45,784 --> 00:17:47,149 to pick up some stock from Cat Street. 289 00:17:47,653 --> 00:17:48,643 Come back soon! 290 00:18:13,178 --> 00:18:14,475 Believe me. 291 00:18:15,114 --> 00:18:16,047 You're talking rubbish. 292 00:18:16,148 --> 00:18:17,013 It's true. 293 00:18:17,116 --> 00:18:19,175 Ah Lan's been mentioning you to me, 294 00:18:19,285 --> 00:18:20,411 going on about how tall you were, 295 00:18:20,519 --> 00:18:21,748 how broad your shoulders, 296 00:18:21,854 --> 00:18:24,152 and your heavy brows and large eyes... 297 00:18:24,256 --> 00:18:25,883 it really gets her all worked up. 298 00:18:26,425 --> 00:18:27,017 Really? 299 00:18:27,126 --> 00:18:28,924 Why should I put you on? 300 00:18:29,028 --> 00:18:30,154 I'm not going to be at home, 301 00:18:30,262 --> 00:18:31,286 so don't start having any ideas! 302 00:18:31,930 --> 00:18:33,420 What kind of person do you take me for? 303 00:18:33,532 --> 00:18:35,159 Just joking. See you around. 304 00:18:35,267 --> 00:18:35,927 See you. 305 00:18:45,778 --> 00:18:46,301 How are things? 306 00:18:46,412 --> 00:18:47,402 Did good business today? 307 00:18:49,148 --> 00:18:49,944 Let me. 308 00:19:11,103 --> 00:19:12,298 I came to see you tonight. 309 00:19:20,546 --> 00:19:21,707 Why? 310 00:19:22,448 --> 00:19:23,381 No reason in particular. 311 00:19:35,260 --> 00:19:37,228 Ah Gui, I'm off to Old Chang's to play mahjong. 312 00:19:37,329 --> 00:19:38,421 Go get some sleep. Don't wait up. 313 00:19:40,966 --> 00:19:42,365 Come back early. Don't play all night. 314 00:19:42,468 --> 00:19:43,230 Okay. 315 00:19:56,715 --> 00:19:57,477 Who is it? 316 00:20:03,088 --> 00:20:03,850 You... 317 00:20:03,956 --> 00:20:04,650 Old Jiads gone to Hong Kong? 318 00:20:04,757 --> 00:20:05,622 He's gone to Hong Kong. 319 00:20:06,592 --> 00:20:07,058 What are you doing? 320 00:20:07,159 --> 00:20:08,024 Let's go inside. 321 00:20:08,127 --> 00:20:09,686 Go inside and we'll talk. 322 00:20:11,697 --> 00:20:12,630 I want to ask you, 323 00:20:12,731 --> 00:20:14,221 is it true? 324 00:20:14,333 --> 00:20:15,425 What's true? 325 00:20:15,934 --> 00:20:17,800 Are you always telling Old Jiao, 326 00:20:17,903 --> 00:20:19,166 always complimenting me in front of him? 327 00:20:19,738 --> 00:20:21,866 Saying how tall I am, 328 00:20:21,974 --> 00:20:23,874 how broad my shoulders are. ls it true? 329 00:20:23,976 --> 00:20:25,205 I never said anything like that. 330 00:20:25,911 --> 00:20:26,605 I ask you, 331 00:20:26,712 --> 00:20:28,908 do you always say how nice I am, how good with people, 332 00:20:29,014 --> 00:20:30,880 that I have everything in the right place? 333 00:20:31,917 --> 00:20:33,316 Who doesn't know that in Orchid-Osmanthus House? 334 00:20:33,419 --> 00:20:34,250 Do I need to say it? 335 00:20:34,853 --> 00:20:35,684 If you did, 336 00:20:35,788 --> 00:20:37,187 then may your tongue rot! 337 00:20:38,624 --> 00:20:40,388 You're always saying let my tongue rot. 338 00:20:40,492 --> 00:20:42,551 This time I'll see whether it's your tongue that rots, 339 00:20:42,661 --> 00:20:43,685 or mine. 340 00:20:44,563 --> 00:20:44,927 What are you doing? 341 00:20:45,030 --> 00:20:45,622 Come! 342 00:20:46,265 --> 00:20:46,731 Come over! 343 00:20:46,832 --> 00:20:47,560 What are you doing? 344 00:20:47,666 --> 00:20:48,394 Don't! I'll cry out! 345 00:20:48,500 --> 00:20:49,558 Then cry out! 346 00:20:49,668 --> 00:20:53,969 - No... - Come... 347 00:21:03,782 --> 00:21:05,443 What are you going to cry out? 348 00:21:06,785 --> 00:21:10,312 I want... 349 00:21:48,460 --> 00:21:49,825 Quick! 350 00:21:52,164 --> 00:21:53,154 Come, quick! 351 00:21:54,566 --> 00:21:56,398 You take it off too. Quick! 352 00:22:14,553 --> 00:22:16,612 How do compare with Old Jiao? 353 00:22:17,189 --> 00:22:19,521 You tell me! 354 00:22:33,272 --> 00:22:34,967 I'm going to make my hand... 355 00:22:35,541 --> 00:22:39,239 Me too... 356 00:22:39,745 --> 00:22:42,373 I'm going to make my hand too... 357 00:22:48,754 --> 00:22:50,518 Old Jiao, didn't you go to Hong Kong? 358 00:22:50,622 --> 00:22:52,954 The boat was full. I couldn't get a ticket. 359 00:22:53,058 --> 00:22:54,787 I forgot it's Sunday today. 360 00:22:55,260 --> 00:22:57,024 So, Old He's not at home? 361 00:22:57,129 --> 00:22:58,324 He went out to play mahjong. 362 00:22:58,430 --> 00:23:00,057 Mahjong? 363 00:23:00,933 --> 00:23:02,492 He's really gone to play mahjong? 364 00:23:02,868 --> 00:23:04,495 You're too trusting of him. 365 00:23:04,603 --> 00:23:06,367 I reckon he's got a bit on the side. 366 00:23:06,872 --> 00:23:08,135 It'd be good if he did. 367 00:23:08,240 --> 00:23:09,435 I've had enough. 368 00:23:09,541 --> 00:23:10,303 You've had enough? 369 00:23:11,143 --> 00:23:12,838 Enough of what? 370 00:23:13,345 --> 00:23:14,437 It's none of your business. 371 00:23:15,247 --> 00:23:17,011 It's okay to have had enough; 372 00:23:17,115 --> 00:23:20,210 it's worse when you want some but can't get any. 373 00:23:30,062 --> 00:23:30,961 Ah Lan! 374 00:23:34,199 --> 00:23:34,995 Go. quick! 375 00:23:37,436 --> 00:23:39,996 Ah Lan... 376 00:23:40,806 --> 00:23:41,671 Coming! 377 00:23:44,710 --> 00:23:46,200 Come on already! 378 00:23:48,413 --> 00:23:49,141 Ah Lan! 379 00:23:49,247 --> 00:23:50,214 Coming, coming. 380 00:23:56,855 --> 00:23:58,118 Why did you take so long? 381 00:23:59,858 --> 00:24:00,689 WhY aren't you gone? 382 00:24:00,792 --> 00:24:01,691 I couldn't get a ticket. 383 00:24:01,793 --> 00:24:03,022 No choice but to wait till tomorrow. 384 00:24:06,365 --> 00:24:07,230 What's the matter? 385 00:24:09,101 --> 00:24:09,795 What do you mean? 386 00:24:15,173 --> 00:24:16,106 What are you doing? 387 00:24:19,611 --> 00:24:22,046 How come there's a stranger's smell? 388 00:24:22,781 --> 00:24:23,509 What stranger's smell? 389 00:24:23,615 --> 00:24:24,946 No unless you brought it back yourself! 390 00:24:25,117 --> 00:24:26,175 No tickets? Then why didn't you come back earlier? 391 00:24:26,284 --> 00:24:27,547 Where have you been? 392 00:24:27,653 --> 00:24:31,112 I went to have my fortune told. 393 00:24:31,223 --> 00:24:33,123 I saw two rounds of mahjong. 394 00:24:34,593 --> 00:24:35,685 What? 395 00:24:37,629 --> 00:24:38,721 You went to a fortune teller? 396 00:24:39,464 --> 00:24:40,454 Exactly. 397 00:24:40,565 --> 00:24:42,727 There's an old Portuguese lady from Lisbon... 398 00:24:42,834 --> 00:24:44,165 who uses a crystal ball 399 00:24:44,269 --> 00:24:45,759 to tell your past, present and future. 400 00:24:48,240 --> 00:24:50,265 I saw you inside that crystal ball. 401 00:24:50,375 --> 00:24:51,240 You saw me? 402 00:24:51,343 --> 00:24:52,469 You really kno how to joke! 403 00:24:52,844 --> 00:24:53,811 It's no joke! 404 00:24:53,912 --> 00:24:55,744 I saw you running up from downstairs... 405 00:24:55,847 --> 00:24:57,508 with Old He following right behind. 406 00:24:57,616 --> 00:24:58,640 What are you talking about? 407 00:24:58,750 --> 00:25:00,149 I saw everything clearly. 408 00:25:00,252 --> 00:25:01,413 Once through the door, the first thing you said was, 409 00:25:01,520 --> 00:25:02,419 "What's wrong with you? 410 00:25:02,521 --> 00:25:04,546 Give you an inch, and you take a foot!" 411 00:25:05,524 --> 00:25:08,459 I didn't hear He's reply clearly, 412 00:25:08,560 --> 00:25:11,222 but I heard you say rot his tongue, 413 00:25:11,329 --> 00:25:14,094 and He took advantage of that; 414 00:25:14,199 --> 00:25:16,190 he took you in his arms and out came his tongue. 415 00:25:16,301 --> 00:25:18,633 You said, "l'm going to cry out, 416 00:25:18,737 --> 00:25:20,466 rm Qfling to cry out! 417 00:25:20,572 --> 00:25:23,041 No... 418 00:25:23,141 --> 00:25:28,773 I want..." 419 00:25:30,182 --> 00:25:30,978 Where were you? 420 00:25:31,817 --> 00:25:34,081 I was in the lady fortune teller's house. 421 00:25:34,453 --> 00:25:35,113 Then 422 00:25:35,220 --> 00:25:38,485 I saw two rounds of two-handed mahjong. 423 00:25:38,857 --> 00:25:40,382 How can just two people play mahjong? 424 00:25:40,492 --> 00:25:42,051 They can on this bed. 425 00:25:42,160 --> 00:25:45,824 Old He was as high as if he got a really great hand, 426 00:25:45,931 --> 00:25:50,391 and so were you. 427 00:25:51,136 --> 00:25:51,830 You're talking rubbish! 428 00:25:51,937 --> 00:25:52,870 You're the one who's talking rubbish! 429 00:25:54,272 --> 00:25:55,433 I'll be honest with you. 430 00:25:55,540 --> 00:25:57,634 I knew long ago there was something between you two. 431 00:25:57,743 --> 00:25:59,768 I never went to get a boat ticket. 432 00:25:59,945 --> 00:26:00,878 And I'm telling you 433 00:26:00,979 --> 00:26:04,108 I looked into the crystal ball right here. 434 00:26:04,216 --> 00:26:06,412 I saw your game of mahjong right here. 435 00:26:08,653 --> 00:26:11,315 You and Old He together 436 00:26:11,423 --> 00:26:12,913 makes for a great hand of mahjong? 437 00:26:13,024 --> 00:26:15,288 So with me it's a rotten hand, is it? 438 00:26:16,661 --> 00:26:18,686 It doesn't matter even if it's a great hand, 439 00:26:18,797 --> 00:26:20,731 but you shouldn't have said he was burning hot! 440 00:26:20,832 --> 00:26:23,995 If he's burning hot, then am I cool down there? 441 00:26:25,203 --> 00:26:28,104 And even if he's burning hot, 442 00:26:28,206 --> 00:26:30,937 did you have to say I'm old and raw? 443 00:26:33,145 --> 00:26:36,171 Could you forgive me just this once? 444 00:26:36,281 --> 00:26:38,773 Forgive you just this once? Are you joking? 445 00:26:38,884 --> 00:26:41,319 You're playing mahjong on my bed now; 446 00:26:41,419 --> 00:26:43,979 in a coupl of days you'd be having a game of dominoes! 447 00:26:44,089 --> 00:26:45,284 No. 448 00:26:46,258 --> 00:26:46,986 So what if it's no? 449 00:26:47,092 --> 00:26:48,253 He's already taken advantage of me. 450 00:26:48,360 --> 00:26:49,156 What can you do to him? 451 00:26:50,295 --> 00:26:51,888 If not going to do much to him. 452 00:26:51,997 --> 00:26:53,192 He's pulled one over me, 453 00:26:53,298 --> 00:26:55,096 so I'll pull one over him too. 454 00:26:55,467 --> 00:26:57,367 He's played a great hand of mahjong with my wife, 455 00:26:57,469 --> 00:27:00,200 I'll also play a great hand with his wife. 456 00:27:00,572 --> 00:27:01,164 What do you mean? 457 00:27:01,273 --> 00:27:02,570 He's given me a pair of cuckold's horns, 458 00:27:02,674 --> 00:27:04,608 so I'll give him a pair as well. 459 00:27:06,845 --> 00:27:09,177 Tomorrow, yes, tomorrow; 460 00:27:09,281 --> 00:27:11,716 Tomorrow I'll pretend to go to Hong Kong. 461 00:27:11,817 --> 00:27:13,080 You ask him over. 462 00:27:13,185 --> 00:27:14,584 Once the two of you are in bed, 463 00:27:14,686 --> 00:27:15,517 I'll come knocking on the door, 464 00:27:15,620 --> 00:27:18,021 pretending to have left something at home. 465 00:27:18,423 --> 00:27:19,447 Don't you let him run off! 466 00:27:19,558 --> 00:27:21,083 Tell him to hide inside this trunk. 467 00:27:21,193 --> 00:27:24,163 Then you ask his wife to come over. 468 00:27:24,262 --> 00:27:26,856 After that, you find a nice cool place to hide, 469 00:27:26,965 --> 00:27:29,900 and whatever game we play, even if it's roulette, 470 00:27:30,001 --> 00:27:31,093 it's none of your concern. 471 00:27:31,503 --> 00:27:32,937 That way 472 00:27:33,405 --> 00:27:35,897 I'll have done him the same good turn he's done me, 473 00:27:36,007 --> 00:27:36,667 and we'll both be even. 474 00:27:38,210 --> 00:27:39,575 What's the matter with you? 475 00:27:39,678 --> 00:27:40,270 You're shameless! 476 00:27:40,378 --> 00:27:43,507 What? I'm shameless? 477 00:27:44,649 --> 00:27:46,515 What does that make you, shameful? 478 00:27:47,319 --> 00:27:48,878 It's burning hot! 479 00:27:48,987 --> 00:27:53,083 I'm getting a great hand! Damn it! 480 00:27:57,195 --> 00:28:00,722 Fine. If you say so, I'll do it. 481 00:28:19,284 --> 00:28:22,254 Ah Lan... 482 00:28:24,256 --> 00:28:25,087 Why is he back again? 483 00:28:25,190 --> 00:28:25,986 He must have forgotten something. 484 00:28:26,091 --> 00:28:26,887 Qucik, hide! 485 00:28:30,762 --> 00:28:32,560 Ah Lan, open up! 486 00:28:33,164 --> 00:28:34,063 Quick! 487 00:28:52,951 --> 00:28:53,782 Who is it? 488 00:28:53,885 --> 00:28:54,613 It's me! 489 00:28:59,557 --> 00:29:00,353 What's the matter? 490 00:29:00,458 --> 00:29:01,721 I'm telling you, 491 00:29:01,826 --> 00:29:03,521 Our Old Jiao wants you to come over. 492 00:29:03,628 --> 00:29:05,062 What's the matter? 493 00:29:05,597 --> 00:29:06,655 He says 494 00:29:10,201 --> 00:29:12,067 One good turn deserves another: 495 00:29:12,170 --> 00:29:13,934 if you play one great hand of mahjong, 496 00:29:14,039 --> 00:29:15,837 then that's hat I want to do as well. 497 00:29:18,076 --> 00:29:20,909 He's been talking to himself. 498 00:29:22,213 --> 00:29:23,078 You two chat for a while. 499 00:29:23,181 --> 00:29:24,046 I'll go make some tea. 500 00:29:24,349 --> 00:29:25,714 Why did you ask me over? 501 00:29:25,817 --> 00:29:27,945 I'd like to discuss antiques with you. 502 00:29:28,386 --> 00:29:28,944 You're joking. 503 00:29:29,054 --> 00:29:29,850 We sell old clothes. 504 00:29:29,955 --> 00:29:31,184 What do we know about antiques? 505 00:29:31,289 --> 00:29:32,313 Of course you do! 506 00:29:32,424 --> 00:29:34,415 Old clothes are antiques too. 507 00:29:34,526 --> 00:29:37,018 As they say, "old clothes and new loves are best". 508 00:29:37,629 --> 00:29:38,596 Why did you close the door? 509 00:29:38,697 --> 00:29:39,926 A man and a woman alone together... 510 00:29:40,432 --> 00:29:42,025 There are two men and one women here, 511 00:29:42,133 --> 00:29:43,464 what are you afraid of? 512 00:29:43,969 --> 00:29:45,368 Two men and one woman? 513 00:29:46,805 --> 00:29:48,170 What's going on? 514 00:29:48,273 --> 00:29:49,900 I'm telling the truth. 515 00:29:50,008 --> 00:29:53,467 Your Mr He is here as well. 516 00:29:53,578 --> 00:29:54,511 What? 517 00:29:54,612 --> 00:29:57,274 Old He's here as well? 518 00:29:57,382 --> 00:29:58,872 He said he was going to play mahjong. 519 00:29:59,651 --> 00:30:00,880 It was mahjong alright. 520 00:30:00,986 --> 00:30:02,147 No sooner had I left the front door... 521 00:30:02,253 --> 00:30:04,051 he was inside my house... 522 00:30:04,155 --> 00:30:07,056 for a game of two-person mahjong. 523 00:30:07,158 --> 00:30:08,683 How can you play mahjong with just two people? 524 00:30:08,793 --> 00:30:10,056 You can on this bed. 525 00:30:10,161 --> 00:30:13,131 One round to you, one round to me, 526 00:30:14,799 --> 00:30:15,960 one great hand to you, 527 00:30:16,067 --> 00:30:19,093 another great hand to me. 528 00:30:19,371 --> 00:30:21,339 You mean they did it on this bed? 529 00:30:21,439 --> 00:30:22,133 That's right. 530 00:30:22,240 --> 00:30:25,801 I'm not a man who picks quarrels with the world, 531 00:30:25,910 --> 00:30:27,708 but your Mr He... 532 00:30:27,812 --> 00:30:30,679 came over here to play an underhanded game. 533 00:30:31,116 --> 00:30:32,174 You're saying Old He is in here? 534 00:30:32,283 --> 00:30:33,682 You don't believe me? Very well. 535 00:30:35,587 --> 00:30:36,850 Great! Old He! 536 00:30:36,955 --> 00:30:38,423 You bastard! 537 00:30:38,523 --> 00:30:40,617 No wonder you talk about playing mahjong all day. 538 00:30:40,725 --> 00:30:42,318 You've been playing with that bitch! 539 00:30:42,427 --> 00:30:43,690 Come, Old Jiao! 540 00:30:43,795 --> 00:30:45,593 We'll play a few rounds right on top of this trunk. 541 00:30:45,697 --> 00:30:48,598 Okay. You be the bank. Come on! 542 00:30:49,334 --> 00:30:50,563 That's vey high for the first hand, 543 00:30:50,668 --> 00:30:51,464 it's too rich for my blood. 544 00:30:51,569 --> 00:30:52,627 This is called "Central Five". 545 00:30:52,737 --> 00:30:54,205 Take your hand away. 546 00:30:54,305 --> 00:30:55,204 My Madam Gui, 547 00:30:55,306 --> 00:30:57,434 how does Old Jiao compare to Old He? 548 00:30:57,542 --> 00:30:58,475 The older the ginger, the hotter it is. 549 00:30:58,576 --> 00:30:59,270 That's right. 550 00:30:59,377 --> 00:31:01,607 One Old Jiao in action is worth two of him! 551 00:31:02,680 --> 00:31:09,017 Old Jiao, you're so great, Old Jiao... 552 00:31:15,293 --> 00:31:16,488 You pair of beasts! 553 00:31:16,795 --> 00:31:17,694 You shameless bastard! 554 00:31:17,796 --> 00:31:19,264 Bitch! 555 00:31:20,198 --> 00:31:22,132 This isn't "Ruined Devil's House", 556 00:31:22,233 --> 00:31:24,531 nor is it "Orchid-Osmanthus House". 557 00:31:24,636 --> 00:31:27,230 Actually, it's "Ruined Gui's House". 558 00:31:31,776 --> 00:31:34,404 The only legal types of gambling in Hong Kong 559 00:31:34,512 --> 00:31:37,106 consist of horse-racing and mahjong parlors. 560 00:31:37,215 --> 00:31:41,345 Actually, over 70 gambling joints pose as "clubs" 561 00:31:41,453 --> 00:31:42,477 and in terms of scale... 562 00:31:42,587 --> 00:31:44,783 bear comparison with the Lisboa Casino in Macau. 563 00:31:44,889 --> 00:31:46,220 There is only one difference: 564 00:31:46,324 --> 00:31:49,954 it's all legal in Macau, but not so in Hong Kong. 565 00:31:50,595 --> 00:31:53,121 In other words, it's illegal. 566 00:31:53,231 --> 00:31:56,360 Hong Kong's finest are the world's most uncorrupt, 567 00:31:56,468 --> 00:31:57,993 most impartial, 568 00:31:58,103 --> 00:32:00,902 and most efficient police force. 569 00:32:01,005 --> 00:32:02,734 Clearly, they won't allow illegality to go unchecked. 570 00:32:02,841 --> 00:32:05,674 Once they get wind of any illegal gambling joint, 571 00:32:05,777 --> 00:32:08,007 they will immediately go into action; 572 00:32:08,713 --> 00:32:12,707 once in action, they'll get to the scene in no time; 573 00:32:12,817 --> 00:32:17,084 once there, they'll disembark straight away; 574 00:32:17,188 --> 00:32:20,988 once disembarked, they'll enter the premises; 575 00:32:21,092 --> 00:32:25,427 once in the premises, they'll start investigating; 576 00:32:25,530 --> 00:32:29,262 once they start investigating, they'll arrest people; 577 00:32:29,367 --> 00:32:32,393 once they arrest people, they'll immediately... 578 00:32:33,138 --> 00:32:34,970 immediately, everything becomes different. 579 00:32:37,208 --> 00:32:39,734 The "club" becomes a real club. 580 00:32:39,844 --> 00:32:44,372 All the gambling patrons and gear will have vanished 581 00:32:44,482 --> 00:32:48,350 because the club gets word quicker than the police, 582 00:32:49,220 --> 00:32:55,057 and they're more efficient than the police as well. 583 00:32:55,160 --> 00:33:00,860 Club members all adhere strictly to club regulations: 584 00:33:01,399 --> 00:33:03,891 Gambling is strictly prohibited among members. 585 00:33:04,435 --> 00:33:07,029 Of course the 70-odd gambling joints in Hong Kong 586 00:33:07,138 --> 00:33:08,572 can't all keep this up indefinitely. 587 00:33:08,673 --> 00:33:10,539 That's why they take turns in rotation; 588 00:33:10,642 --> 00:33:14,272 whichever club whose turn it is will be well-rehearsed 589 00:33:14,379 --> 00:33:16,404 in fully co-operating with the police... 590 00:33:16,514 --> 00:33:20,007 as is the civic duty of any law-abiding entity. 591 00:33:20,118 --> 00:33:23,520 That's why the Hong Kong police's reputation... 592 00:33:23,621 --> 00:33:24,986 for efficiency is not without its basis. 593 00:33:35,967 --> 00:33:36,866 Okay┬╗- 594 00:33:37,969 --> 00:33:39,733 Big Brother, it's time to "wast the floor". 595 00:33:39,837 --> 00:33:40,998 Understood. You don't have to tell me. 596 00:33:41,105 --> 00:33:42,368 It's god damned game over. 597 00:33:42,473 --> 00:33:43,804 Tell everyone to split. 598 00:33:43,908 --> 00:33:45,171 Today it's our turn. 599 00:33:45,276 --> 00:33:46,505 Every one of Hong Kong's 70-odd joints 600 00:33:46,611 --> 00:33:47,908 have to take it in rotation. If you don't, 601 00:33:48,012 --> 00:33:49,741 you wouldn't be giving face to the others. 602 00:33:49,847 --> 00:33:50,746 Leave a few of our own people behind. 603 00:33:50,848 --> 00:33:51,679 Tell Number Three to take charge. 604 00:33:51,783 --> 00:33:53,046 Tell him not to worry in prison. 605 00:33:53,151 --> 00:33:54,550 I'll take care of his family. 606 00:33:55,019 --> 00:33:55,679 Okay┬╗- 607 00:34:00,825 --> 00:34:07,356 Don't move... 608 00:34:17,175 --> 00:34:18,665 Hey, don't shove! 609 00:34:18,776 --> 00:34:19,265 Sorry. 610 00:34:19,377 --> 00:34:19,969 What rotten luck! 611 00:34:20,078 --> 00:34:21,637 To meet with this sort of thing today. 612 00:34:25,183 --> 00:34:26,207 Come here... 613 00:34:29,487 --> 00:34:30,113 Relax. 614 00:34:30,221 --> 00:34:31,052 How do you do this? 615 00:34:34,626 --> 00:34:36,458 Quiet. Everybody stand up. 616 00:34:42,967 --> 00:34:44,731 Sorry. 50"}!- 617 00:34:50,742 --> 00:34:52,540 Even having her glare at me feels good. 618 00:34:52,844 --> 00:34:54,039 Real hot! 619 00:34:55,580 --> 00:34:57,378 Taking handprints one by one like this... 620 00:34:57,482 --> 00:34:58,881 is going to take all night. 621 00:34:58,983 --> 00:34:59,950 Quiet, quiet. 622 00:35:00,451 --> 00:35:01,509 Quiet, quiet. 623 00:35:06,658 --> 00:35:08,183 The look-out at this joint is pretty awful. 624 00:35:08,293 --> 00:35:09,055 That's pretty uncommon. 625 00:35:11,562 --> 00:35:13,052 I wonder how much the fine will be? 626 00:35:13,731 --> 00:35:15,392 Fifty or a hundred bucks, it depends. 627 00:35:15,500 --> 00:35:16,467 Cash? 628 00:35:16,768 --> 00:35:18,133 Court appearance tomorrow. 629 00:35:18,236 --> 00:35:19,931 If you don't show, the bail money's forfeit. 630 00:35:20,238 --> 00:35:21,569 That's happened to me once already. 631 00:35:58,609 --> 00:35:59,269 And you're proud of that? 632 00:35:59,377 --> 00:36:00,071 For luck! 633 00:36:00,511 --> 00:36:01,672 Just one slap will bring good fortune. 634 00:36:01,779 --> 00:36:02,905 What a creep! 635 00:36:03,014 --> 00:36:05,039 I'd like some luck too, just a feel... 636 00:36:05,383 --> 00:36:06,544 You're all lecherous bastards. 637 00:36:08,519 --> 00:36:09,918 We'll go in first. 638 00:36:12,657 --> 00:36:14,125 It's been a long time, Mr He. 639 00:36:14,225 --> 00:36:15,158 How's your bookie business doing? 640 00:36:15,259 --> 00:36:16,351 So so. 641 00:36:17,362 --> 00:36:17,851 Let's go inside. 642 00:36:17,962 --> 00:36:18,690 Okay. 643 00:36:23,868 --> 00:36:25,563 This goes straight to the 4th floor, staircase only. 644 00:36:30,708 --> 00:36:32,608 The stairs here really kill you. 645 00:36:36,848 --> 00:36:38,612 Doesn't this remind you of 007 entering some hideout? 646 00:36:39,117 --> 00:36:40,414 As soon as the lookouts see something fishy, 647 00:36:40,518 --> 00:36:42,714 a quick change of clothes, and everyone splits. 648 00:36:43,688 --> 00:36:45,247 Let's hope we won't be unlucky twice in a row; 649 00:36:45,356 --> 00:36:46,221 we've onlyjust had one rotten break. 650 00:36:46,324 --> 00:36:47,018 Don't say such things. 651 00:36:47,125 --> 00:36:51,119 Please. Please, gentlemen. 652 00:37:10,748 --> 00:37:14,013 Open. open. open. 653 00:37:14,118 --> 00:37:16,712 Three ones, banker takes all! 654 00:37:25,596 --> 00:37:26,654 Have a good time. 655 00:37:28,866 --> 00:37:29,492 Look. 656 00:37:30,835 --> 00:37:31,461 He's... 657 00:37:31,569 --> 00:37:34,004 His surname's Wang, Old Number Three Wang. 658 00:37:34,105 --> 00:37:35,334 He's "customer relations" for the joint, 659 00:37:35,440 --> 00:37:37,670 he brings patrons to the place. 660 00:37:37,775 --> 00:37:39,140 We call him the "Ghost Usher". 661 00:37:39,777 --> 00:37:40,869 Are you saying we're ghosts? 662 00:37:41,412 --> 00:37:43,847 How inauspicious! Let's go over to Blackjack. 663 00:37:46,117 --> 00:37:46,640 That woman's here. 664 00:37:46,751 --> 00:37:47,980 At the domino table. 665 00:37:48,386 --> 00:37:49,512 Who? 666 00:37:49,620 --> 00:37:50,781 The one you said was really hot. 667 00:37:51,389 --> 00:37:52,356 Let's go take a look. 668 00:37:53,124 --> 00:37:56,617 Ope". open. 669 00:38:18,382 --> 00:38:19,679 Well? 670 00:38:19,784 --> 00:38:20,774 Five thousand stake, 671 00:38:20,885 --> 00:38:21,647 two thousand five each. 672 00:38:21,752 --> 00:38:23,151 Okay, we'll do it your way. 673 00:38:27,091 --> 00:38:28,320 Don't let us down. 674 00:38:36,167 --> 00:38:37,157 Watc h . 675 00:38:49,347 --> 00:38:50,371 Move the pieces. 676 00:38:55,953 --> 00:38:56,943 Grab the middle. 677 00:38:59,690 --> 00:39:00,816 Hong Kong Bank building. 678 00:39:11,102 --> 00:39:11,694 Kill it! 679 00:39:11,802 --> 00:39:12,963 Watch the dice. Twenty-two. 680 00:40:10,695 --> 00:40:11,526 Eight treasures. 681 00:40:13,731 --> 00:40:14,857 Eight treasures takes eight treasures. 682 00:40:29,313 --> 00:40:31,441 Damn! "One smile topples a city, 683 00:40:31,549 --> 00:40:32,710 another smile topples the state." 684 00:40:32,817 --> 00:40:34,751 A third smile and all my money will be gone too! 685 00:40:35,152 --> 00:40:36,210 Just a small loss. 686 00:40:46,130 --> 00:40:47,325 Shuffle the pieces. 687 00:40:53,671 --> 00:40:55,036 Eight treasures loses eight treasures. 688 00:40:55,139 --> 00:40:55,970 What an ill-fated hand! 689 00:40:56,440 --> 00:40:57,839 It must be fated we'd get together. 690 00:40:59,577 --> 00:41:00,442 Two thousand. 691 00:41:02,380 --> 00:41:03,472 Bite it off in the middle. 692 00:41:07,418 --> 00:41:08,886 Stagger. 693 00:41:12,223 --> 00:41:13,315 Up and down. 694 00:41:19,397 --> 00:41:20,592 Bridge on the River Kwai. 695 00:41:27,505 --> 00:41:28,404 Wait. 696 00:41:30,107 --> 00:41:30,972 Show. 697 00:41:39,583 --> 00:41:40,880 You want it? 698 00:41:40,985 --> 00:41:41,451 No. 699 00:41:41,552 --> 00:41:42,178 Want it? 700 00:41:42,286 --> 00:41:43,151 No. 701 00:41:50,461 --> 00:41:51,485 Three big roads. 702 00:41:52,563 --> 00:41:54,031 Three big roads make you shoot your load! 703 00:41:57,768 --> 00:41:59,031 This time round 704 00:41:59,136 --> 00:42:00,262 I don't think she's going to smile. 705 00:42:04,642 --> 00:42:11,139 All bets are down... 706 00:42:16,020 --> 00:42:19,388 Low bank, lateral, sixteen. 707 00:42:21,292 --> 00:42:22,157 Kill it! 708 00:42:22,259 --> 00:42:23,124 Watch the dice. 709 00:42:27,364 --> 00:42:33,895 Over!... 710 00:42:41,178 --> 00:42:43,977 Big Four companies' ships come in. 711 00:42:47,318 --> 00:42:48,615 Hold it. Bank. 712 00:42:56,193 --> 00:42:58,628 She's real hot! I wouldn't mind losing to her. 713 00:43:15,079 --> 00:43:16,638 What do your friends do? 714 00:43:16,747 --> 00:43:18,010 They doesn't do much, 715 00:43:18,115 --> 00:43:19,446 but you might also say he does everything. 716 00:43:20,151 --> 00:43:21,585 They have a trading company, 717 00:43:21,685 --> 00:43:23,119 but it doesn't do much business. 718 00:43:23,220 --> 00:43:25,314 What it really does is illegal book-making: 719 00:43:25,422 --> 00:43:27,447 horse-racing, dog-racing. 720 00:43:27,558 --> 00:43:28,389 They likes to gamble themselves. 721 00:43:28,492 --> 00:43:30,426 Every sort of gambling, and they're good at it all. 722 00:43:31,162 --> 00:43:33,062 Where do they get the money? 723 00:43:33,164 --> 00:43:34,859 Mr He's from a rich family. 724 00:43:34,965 --> 00:43:36,899 His father owns a transport company. 725 00:43:37,001 --> 00:43:39,663 Mr Kang's family is in the gold business. 726 00:43:39,770 --> 00:43:42,102 Oh, no wonder. 727 00:43:48,245 --> 00:43:49,770 What's up? 728 00:43:50,114 --> 00:43:53,482 We have a new girl who's just started. 729 00:43:54,385 --> 00:43:57,320 What are you thinking about? 730 00:43:58,189 --> 00:43:59,179 Nothing. 731 00:43:59,557 --> 00:44:01,685 I was thinking of the girl at the club just now. 732 00:44:01,792 --> 00:44:02,759 Strange. 733 00:44:03,594 --> 00:44:05,119 What's so strange? 734 00:44:06,363 --> 00:44:09,264 A woman of substance would go to a gambling joint, 735 00:44:09,366 --> 00:44:10,891 but a woman of no substance... 736 00:44:11,001 --> 00:44:12,093 wouldn't have the means to play so big. 737 00:44:14,205 --> 00:44:15,434 You're talking about Carrie? 738 00:44:16,640 --> 00:44:17,129 Carrie? 739 00:44:17,241 --> 00:44:18,299 That's right. 740 00:44:18,409 --> 00:44:21,276 Carrie's the mistress of some big shot. 741 00:44:21,378 --> 00:44:24,973 This big shot got some standing in the community, 742 00:44:25,082 --> 00:44:27,312 but he's involved in all sorts of dirty deeds: 743 00:44:27,418 --> 00:44:29,716 smuggling, drugs, you name it. 744 00:44:30,521 --> 00:44:33,422 He's feeling the heat, so he went abroad for a while. 745 00:44:33,791 --> 00:44:35,953 As for his wife, she's insatiable, 746 00:44:36,060 --> 00:44:37,357 and notorious for going with good-looking men: 747 00:44:39,530 --> 00:44:41,726 singers, actors, foreign piano players... 748 00:44:41,832 --> 00:44:43,391 Famous ones she's had three hundred and sixty, 749 00:44:43,500 --> 00:44:45,332 and unknown ones she's had six hundred and thirty. 750 00:44:46,170 --> 00:44:48,935 This mistress now, she likes gambling: 751 00:44:49,039 --> 00:44:51,508 horses, dogs, illegal joints, 752 00:44:51,609 --> 00:44:55,375 casinos in Macau... you see her almost every day. 753 00:44:55,479 --> 00:44:58,312 But she's gamles badly, and loses most of the time. 754 00:45:01,018 --> 00:45:02,383 Who says we lost? 755 00:45:02,486 --> 00:45:04,682 Didn't win it real big today? 756 00:45:04,788 --> 00:45:06,517 We were talking about the girl just now. 757 00:45:07,691 --> 00:45:10,888 Right! That girl's real hot! 758 00:45:13,731 --> 00:45:17,133 Fair as peaches, cold as ice... 759 00:45:18,335 --> 00:45:19,564 I don't think it'd be so easy. 760 00:45:20,137 --> 00:45:21,263 What are you talking about? 761 00:45:21,372 --> 00:45:22,806 What wouldn't be so easy? 762 00:45:23,774 --> 00:45:24,605 Don't you think I know 763 00:45:24,708 --> 00:45:26,267 what's going on inside your head? 764 00:45:26,810 --> 00:45:30,041 I reckon this woman's such a hardcore gambler, 765 00:45:30,147 --> 00:45:31,876 except for gambling, 766 00:45:31,982 --> 00:45:33,973 she wouldn't be interested in much else. 767 00:45:35,286 --> 00:45:37,550 That would depend on the object of her interest. 768 00:45:37,655 --> 00:45:40,386 If it's our handsome Prince Charming here, 769 00:45:40,491 --> 00:45:42,892 I reckon it'd just take him half a month. 770 00:45:43,827 --> 00:45:45,818 Well? Let's wager five thousand on it then. 771 00:45:45,930 --> 00:45:49,025 If he can't get her in half a month, 772 00:45:49,133 --> 00:45:50,066 I lose five thousand. 773 00:45:52,970 --> 00:45:54,699 I'd love to wager with you, 774 00:45:54,805 --> 00:45:57,831 but if our male lead isn't interested, 775 00:45:57,942 --> 00:45:59,068 there's nothing to wager on. 776 00:46:00,711 --> 00:46:01,507 Well? Let's wager five thousand on it then. 777 00:46:01,745 --> 00:46:02,439 Quit fooling. 778 00:46:02,546 --> 00:46:04,708 She's the mistress of some big shot. 779 00:46:05,849 --> 00:46:06,816 So? You've had your fair share 780 00:46:06,917 --> 00:46:08,908 even when it comes to proper society wives. 781 00:46:09,019 --> 00:46:11,420 What does one little mistress matter? 782 00:46:11,789 --> 00:46:13,553 No way. Half a month's too quick. 783 00:46:13,657 --> 00:46:15,125 She looks all prim and proper, 784 00:46:15,225 --> 00:46:17,626 I say it's definitely possible. 785 00:46:17,728 --> 00:46:19,594 The more prim and proper they look on the surface, 786 00:46:19,697 --> 00:46:21,756 the more questionable they are underneath. 787 00:46:21,865 --> 00:46:23,663 Do you know that song by Bai Guang? 788 00:46:24,034 --> 00:46:24,933 What song? 789 00:46:25,703 --> 00:46:28,570 "False decency, false decency, 790 00:46:28,672 --> 00:46:31,573 Why pretend to be so decent? 791 00:46:31,675 --> 00:46:34,838 If you want to look, then look, 792 00:46:34,945 --> 00:46:38,176 Take a close and? Look. 793 00:46:38,282 --> 00:46:41,741 Don't put up such a front, 794 00:46:41,852 --> 00:46:45,447 Don't put up such a front. 795 00:46:45,556 --> 00:46:48,321 Why pretend to be so decent? 796 00:46:49,626 --> 00:46:52,891 False decency, false decency, 797 00:46:52,997 --> 00:46:56,092 Why pretend to be so decent?" 798 00:46:58,902 --> 00:47:00,063 I don't think so. 799 00:47:00,170 --> 00:47:01,228 Half a month? 800 00:47:01,338 --> 00:47:03,306 Half a year's more like it. 801 00:47:03,407 --> 00:47:05,466 It's not so easy when it's the man pursuing the woman. 802 00:47:05,976 --> 00:47:08,968 It's not so easy only when the man is you. 803 00:47:09,079 --> 00:47:10,410 When it comes to our Mr He here, 804 00:47:10,514 --> 00:47:12,380 it'd be a piece of cake. 805 00:47:13,017 --> 00:47:14,314 Well? 806 00:47:14,418 --> 00:47:16,819 You give the nod, we'll make our wager. 807 00:47:16,920 --> 00:47:18,479 Inside half a month, I win five thousand. 808 00:47:18,589 --> 00:47:19,317 If it's over half a month, 809 00:47:19,423 --> 00:47:20,413 Kang Li wins five thousand. 810 00:47:20,524 --> 00:47:22,253 Whoever wins buys dinner. 811 00:47:22,359 --> 00:47:24,054 Okay, we'll be witnesses. 812 00:47:26,063 --> 00:47:27,121 Whoever buys dinner, we'll be there. 813 00:47:27,231 --> 00:47:29,063 Whoever wins, we'll be there, rain or shine. 814 00:47:29,166 --> 00:47:29,894 Right. 815 00:47:30,000 --> 00:47:30,967 Well? 816 00:47:31,068 --> 00:47:33,435 You give the nod, we make the wager. 817 00:47:37,041 --> 00:47:37,837 Well? 818 00:47:38,675 --> 00:47:40,074 Okay, I'll try. 819 00:47:40,177 --> 00:47:41,440 Great! 820 00:47:41,545 --> 00:47:42,774 We'll start counting tomorrow. 821 00:47:42,880 --> 00:47:45,349 Inside half a month, I win. 822 00:47:46,450 --> 00:47:48,384 Outside of 15 days, you lose. 823 00:47:48,485 --> 00:47:49,043 Okay. 824 00:47:51,688 --> 00:47:52,086 Don't renege now. 825 00:47:52,189 --> 00:47:52,246 Don't worry. 826 00:48:20,717 --> 00:48:22,048 She's unhappy even when she wins. 827 00:48:22,419 --> 00:48:24,410 Just like that demoness in "The Water Margin", 828 00:48:24,521 --> 00:48:25,647 Madam Sun. 829 00:48:26,090 --> 00:48:26,886 Come on. 830 00:48:38,569 --> 00:48:39,297 Let's go inside. 831 00:49:20,277 --> 00:49:22,439 It's not that I'm not keeping my word, 832 00:49:22,846 --> 00:49:23,836 but we should start counting from today. 833 00:49:23,947 --> 00:49:25,108 The last two days shouldn't count. 834 00:49:25,516 --> 00:49:26,745 Why? 835 00:49:26,850 --> 00:49:28,614 We didn't see her at all these last two days, 836 00:49:28,719 --> 00:49:29,515 why should they count? 837 00:49:29,920 --> 00:49:32,150 Okay, have it your way. 838 00:49:33,857 --> 00:49:34,585 Look at him. 839 00:50:02,486 --> 00:50:05,251 It looks like you're going to lose your five thousand. 840 00:50:05,355 --> 00:50:06,151 I don't think so. 841 00:50:06,256 --> 00:50:08,418 Fifteen days isn't a short time. 842 00:50:08,525 --> 00:50:10,186 360 hours. 843 00:50:10,694 --> 00:50:12,423 Even the most chaste woman yields to persistence. 844 00:50:12,930 --> 00:50:15,763 Come on, let's talk about today. 845 00:50:17,034 --> 00:50:17,967 Same old rules. 846 00:50:18,068 --> 00:50:18,830 He Da puts up five thousand, 847 00:50:18,936 --> 00:50:20,131 the two of us puts up two thousand five each. 848 00:50:21,805 --> 00:50:22,363 Bank. 849 00:50:31,682 --> 00:50:32,376 Bank. 850 00:50:52,102 --> 00:50:53,570 Three sides, eight. 851 00:50:55,405 --> 00:50:56,065 Eight. 852 00:50:59,476 --> 00:51:00,272 Isee nine. 853 00:51:02,012 --> 00:51:06,381 Nine... 854 00:51:10,721 --> 00:51:14,954 Nine... nine. 855 00:51:19,162 --> 00:51:21,153 Nine... 856 00:51:23,800 --> 00:51:28,203 Nine... 857 00:51:28,305 --> 00:51:31,172 Nine, I win, I win! 858 00:51:35,145 --> 00:51:36,772 Well, the bank wins, right? 859 00:51:36,880 --> 00:51:39,611 Are they in this together or what? 860 00:51:40,450 --> 00:51:41,440 Just lucky. 861 00:51:46,723 --> 00:51:48,987 I don't think they're in it together at all. 862 00:51:51,161 --> 00:51:51,821 Ten thousand. 863 00:52:16,486 --> 00:52:17,647 Cheap but good quality. 864 00:52:20,123 --> 00:52:21,648 Can't even pay a compliment right. 865 00:52:28,365 --> 00:52:30,390 Bank three times, player once. 866 00:52:31,001 --> 00:52:32,196 It was the bank twice already, 867 00:52:34,037 --> 00:52:35,300 and it's the bank this round too. 868 00:52:40,077 --> 00:52:40,805 Player. 869 00:52:55,092 --> 00:52:55,991 A mere ten can lose you your stake. 870 00:53:09,272 --> 00:53:10,398 Three sides. 871 00:53:10,507 --> 00:53:14,603 Nine... 872 00:53:20,317 --> 00:53:21,443 Ten, a pair. 873 00:53:22,786 --> 00:53:24,845 A match made in heaven, 874 00:53:24,955 --> 00:53:26,081 a pair together on earth. 875 00:53:33,296 --> 00:53:35,060 Your call turned good cards bad. 876 00:53:35,165 --> 00:53:37,793 Why keep on saying 999? 877 00:53:38,168 --> 00:53:39,135 Sorry. 878 00:53:39,503 --> 00:53:40,971 Don't laugh, don't laugh. 879 00:53:51,948 --> 00:53:53,882 Winning hand! Three kings win! 880 00:54:04,661 --> 00:54:05,457 It's a d raw. 881 00:54:09,666 --> 00:54:11,828 Useless, totally useless! 882 00:54:13,069 --> 00:54:15,299 That's not how you get on her good side. 883 00:54:16,006 --> 00:54:17,599 Amicability leds to fortune, as they say. 884 00:54:20,644 --> 00:54:22,806 Bet... 885 00:54:24,614 --> 00:54:25,979 Bank wins. 886 00:54:27,284 --> 00:54:28,410 Another win! 887 00:54:32,255 --> 00:54:33,484 What shall we bet on this time? 888 00:54:33,857 --> 00:54:35,188 Bank won just now. 889 00:54:35,292 --> 00:54:36,316 Put it on player this time. 890 00:54:36,426 --> 00:54:37,450 Okay, okay. 891 00:54:37,561 --> 00:54:38,551 HaYer! 892 00:54:42,632 --> 00:54:43,394 Bank! 893 00:54:44,634 --> 00:54:46,124 Player wins. 894 00:54:46,236 --> 00:54:47,726 Another win! 895 00:54:54,845 --> 00:54:55,903 Bank! 896 00:54:58,014 --> 00:54:58,674 HaYer! 897 00:55:00,383 --> 00:55:01,407 Bank wins. 898 00:55:01,952 --> 00:55:03,784 Another win! 899 00:55:09,793 --> 00:55:10,385 Cash. 900 00:55:13,797 --> 00:55:14,457 Great! 901 00:55:17,868 --> 00:55:19,632 Come, have a "good fortune" smoke. 902 00:55:28,478 --> 00:55:29,240 Red is auspicious. 903 00:55:50,133 --> 00:55:51,100 Little Sun. 904 00:55:53,136 --> 00:55:54,194 He Da. 905 00:55:56,139 --> 00:55:57,504 Well? You won money? 906 00:55:57,607 --> 00:55:59,041 That's the whole point of coming to Macau. 907 00:55:59,142 --> 00:56:00,541 Let me make the introductions. 908 00:56:00,644 --> 00:56:01,736 Kang Li. 909 00:56:02,112 --> 00:56:02,943 How do you do. 910 00:56:03,046 --> 00:56:03,979 Wei Hao. 911 00:56:04,080 --> 00:56:05,411 How do you do. 912 00:56:05,515 --> 00:56:07,916 Little Sun, the mobile bank around here. 913 00:56:08,652 --> 00:56:09,414 Mobile bank? 914 00:56:09,986 --> 00:56:11,886 There are two mobile banks here. 915 00:56:11,988 --> 00:56:13,922 One is Mr and Mrs Wang. 916 00:56:14,024 --> 00:56:16,015 If you lose, you can trade cheques with them: 917 00:56:16,126 --> 00:56:18,117 it's $500 interest on every $10,000. 918 00:56:18,228 --> 00:56:19,753 Of course, it's only for people they know. 919 00:56:19,863 --> 00:56:22,195 He other bank is Little Sun here: 920 00:56:22,299 --> 00:56:24,495 watches, rings, he'll give cash for anything 921 00:56:24,601 --> 00:56:25,500 at the same rate of interest. 922 00:56:26,403 --> 00:56:27,837 You talk like I'm a pawn shop. 923 00:56:29,873 --> 00:56:30,772 A glass of Coke. 924 00:56:31,708 --> 00:56:33,107 We're all friends here, 925 00:56:33,209 --> 00:56:34,540 just helping each other out. 926 00:56:35,145 --> 00:56:35,634 That's right. 927 00:56:35,745 --> 00:56:37,213 Do you know the girl called Carrie? 928 00:56:37,948 --> 00:56:39,507 You mean Carrie Ho? 929 00:56:39,916 --> 00:56:41,475 Her surname's Ho? 930 00:56:42,619 --> 00:56:44,212 Don't you even know what her surname is? 931 00:56:44,321 --> 00:56:45,447 How are you going to move on her? 932 00:56:46,489 --> 00:56:47,684 Who says I'm making a move? 933 00:56:47,791 --> 00:56:49,350 I was just asking. 934 00:56:52,796 --> 00:56:55,231 This Miss Ho gambles hard, 935 00:56:55,332 --> 00:56:56,493 and decently, too; 936 00:56:56,600 --> 00:56:58,125 too bad she's not particularly skillful. 937 00:56:58,234 --> 00:57:01,670 Everytime she comes, she loses everything. 938 00:57:01,771 --> 00:57:03,102 She's always fighting the cards: 939 00:57:03,206 --> 00:57:04,696 if they come east, she'll go west; 940 00:57:04,808 --> 00:57:06,401 if it comes up dogs she'll go for chickens. 941 00:57:06,509 --> 00:57:07,943 She doesn't know when to hold or fold - 942 00:57:08,044 --> 00:57:09,170 she makes all the worst mistakes a gambler can make. 943 00:57:10,914 --> 00:57:12,507 Great... 944 00:57:20,924 --> 00:57:22,289 I'm not bragging here, 945 00:57:22,392 --> 00:57:23,791 whether she calls herself Carrie Ho 946 00:57:23,893 --> 00:57:25,088 or Ho, Carrie, 947 00:57:25,195 --> 00:57:26,594 as long as she partners with me 948 00:57:26,696 --> 00:57:27,925 she'll never lose at gambling, 949 00:57:28,031 --> 00:57:30,466 and won't have to borrow money from you. 950 00:57:30,567 --> 00:57:33,468 Oh, what makes you so confident? 951 00:57:37,207 --> 00:57:38,174 Please have a seat. 952 00:57:42,712 --> 00:57:44,111 It really is cheap but good quality. 953 00:57:47,050 --> 00:57:47,983 Light Miss Ho's cigarette. 954 00:57:48,084 --> 00:57:50,610 There's no need to say how beautiful the lady is. 955 00:57:50,720 --> 00:57:52,484 You're too kind. 956 00:57:52,589 --> 00:57:54,523 You've won a lot, Mr He? 957 00:57:54,858 --> 00:57:57,327 How do you know my surname's He? 958 00:57:57,427 --> 00:57:58,451 That's strange. 959 00:57:58,561 --> 00:58:00,393 You're allowed to know I'm called Carrie Ho, 960 00:58:00,497 --> 00:58:02,488 but I'm not allowed to know your name's He Da? 961 00:58:02,599 --> 00:58:03,566 That's right. 962 00:58:03,667 --> 00:58:06,432 This is what's called heroes love beauties, 963 00:58:06,536 --> 00:58:07,901 and good women love good men. 964 00:58:09,873 --> 00:58:11,500 Mr Wei talks like a storyteller. 965 00:58:11,608 --> 00:58:14,043 No end of clever phrases. 966 00:58:15,278 --> 00:58:17,940 Miss Ho is very astute. 967 00:58:18,048 --> 00:58:20,949 My father used to be a comedian in Shanghai. 968 00:58:22,118 --> 00:58:24,348 You're full of bullshit. 969 00:58:24,454 --> 00:58:25,546 Don't listen to him. 970 00:58:25,655 --> 00:58:27,282 Your father used to pull a rickshaw in Shanghai. 971 00:58:27,390 --> 00:58:28,551 Everyone knows that. 972 00:58:31,594 --> 00:58:33,358 What's the matter? Looking for me? 973 00:58:33,463 --> 00:58:35,761 Yes. I'm not having my lick. 974 00:58:35,865 --> 00:58:37,594 Just got fifteen thousand from Mrs Wang, 975 00:58:37,701 --> 00:58:38,759 it's not so good if I ask her again. 976 00:58:40,470 --> 00:58:42,404 This should be worth fifteen thousand? 977 00:58:42,906 --> 00:58:44,067 I'll take ten thousand for it. 978 00:58:44,174 --> 00:58:45,005 Great, I'll go get it. 979 00:58:47,711 --> 00:58:49,042 No need, I have it here. 980 00:58:51,715 --> 00:58:53,740 Miss Ho, how about we be partners? 981 00:58:53,850 --> 00:58:54,715 You put up ten thousand, I put up ten thousand. 982 00:58:55,919 --> 00:58:57,318 I like to call the cards. 983 00:58:57,420 --> 00:58:58,945 That's why I don't partner with people. 984 00:58:59,823 --> 00:59:00,847 Of course you'll be calling the cards. 985 00:59:00,957 --> 00:59:03,324 You'll be the commander, I'll be your tactician. 986 00:59:03,426 --> 00:59:05,485 Don't bet on evey round. Play it cool. 987 00:59:05,595 --> 00:59:08,064 You want to be steady, sharp, and vicious. 988 00:59:09,799 --> 00:59:10,766 Okay. 989 00:59:15,505 --> 00:59:17,974 Nonsense. I trust you with the sum. 990 00:59:25,749 --> 00:59:26,807 What are you doing? 991 00:59:26,916 --> 00:59:28,145 You want to be a third wheel? 992 00:59:28,885 --> 00:59:32,753 I'm... I'm going to offer her a light. 993 00:59:33,790 --> 00:59:36,225 Offer a light? She's almost cooked already! 994 00:59:36,326 --> 00:59:38,317 Let's stay here and watch that fiery pussycat! 995 00:59:52,742 --> 00:59:53,766 Bank gets nine, bank wins. 996 01:00:04,020 --> 01:00:04,782 Eight. 997 01:00:07,023 --> 01:00:08,752 Bank has nine, bank wins. 998 01:00:17,333 --> 01:00:18,129 We'll split sixty-forty. 999 01:00:18,234 --> 01:00:20,760 You take sixty, I'll take forty. 1000 01:00:20,870 --> 01:00:21,701 We'll split it the way we chipped in, 1001 01:00:21,805 --> 01:00:23,102 fiftey thousand each. 1002 01:00:25,742 --> 01:00:26,766 I've won again. 1003 01:00:27,610 --> 01:00:28,372 Red is for good fortune. 1004 01:00:30,280 --> 01:00:31,441 When are you going? 1005 01:00:31,548 --> 01:00:33,448 As soon as tomorrow's dog racing is over. 1006 01:00:33,550 --> 01:00:35,018 I'm going back on the boat tonight. 1007 01:00:35,118 --> 01:00:35,880 Tomorrow's Sunday. 1008 01:00:35,985 --> 01:00:38,147 My rich family's old man is coming. 1009 01:00:38,588 --> 01:00:39,555 We'll meet on Tuesday. 1010 01:00:39,656 --> 01:00:40,248 Sure. 1011 01:00:40,356 --> 01:00:42,620 I'll take the 2:30 Far East boat on Tuesday. 1012 01:00:43,059 --> 01:00:44,891 There'll be enough time. We'll come on the same boat. 1013 01:00:59,275 --> 01:01:00,003 This... 1014 01:02:02,338 --> 01:02:03,863 Yours, and the Chinese's. 1015 01:02:03,973 --> 01:02:06,067 You much, much good to us Japanese! 1016 01:02:09,913 --> 01:02:13,281 "After today's parting, 1017 01:02:13,383 --> 01:02:17,411 When are you returning again?" 1018 01:02:17,720 --> 01:02:20,746 Come, we'll be along soon. 1019 01:02:48,718 --> 01:02:49,276 Come. 1020 01:02:49,385 --> 01:02:49,943 Thank you. 1021 01:02:51,955 --> 01:02:54,322 Remember: you'll always lose if you gamble too often. 1022 01:02:54,424 --> 01:02:55,983 That's the real gambler's secret. 1023 01:02:56,559 --> 01:02:57,754 I'm not a real gambler. 1024 01:02:57,860 --> 01:02:59,726 I'm in it for the thrills. 1025 01:02:59,829 --> 01:03:01,888 The excitement of winning is one kind of thrill, 1026 01:03:01,998 --> 01:03:05,127 and even defeat is another kind of thrill. 1027 01:03:06,302 --> 01:03:08,498 That's the psychology of the usual gambler. 1028 01:03:08,604 --> 01:03:09,765 When I say "usual" gambler, 1029 01:03:09,872 --> 01:03:12,637 I mean someone who's not a professional. 1030 01:03:12,742 --> 01:03:15,211 The professional gambler always keeps his cool. 1031 01:03:15,311 --> 01:03:16,710 Win or lose, he betrays no emotion. 1032 01:03:16,813 --> 01:03:18,281 For him, there's no such thing as "thrill". 1033 01:03:18,381 --> 01:03:21,180 The gamble on the basis of skill and experience. 1034 01:03:21,284 --> 01:03:23,309 Thrills make you impulsive, 1035 01:03:23,419 --> 01:03:25,751 and that detracts from your skill. 1036 01:03:26,255 --> 01:03:27,689 You're prone to impulsiveness; 1037 01:03:27,790 --> 01:03:30,191 that's why you need someone beside you to remind you. 1038 01:03:31,627 --> 01:03:34,324 You mean I still haven't passed my driving test yet, 1039 01:03:34,430 --> 01:03:35,898 so I always need an instuctor by my side? 1040 01:03:35,999 --> 01:03:37,524 Of course you need luck too. 1041 01:03:37,633 --> 01:03:38,327 If luck doesn't come your way, 1042 01:03:38,434 --> 01:03:40,493 it wouldn't matter if 8 instructors sat beside you. 1043 01:03:41,604 --> 01:03:43,800 Then you're contradicting yourself. 1044 01:03:43,906 --> 01:03:46,773 Didn't you say it's all down to skill and experience? 1045 01:03:46,876 --> 01:03:49,106 Skill and experience let you grab hold of luck. 1046 01:03:49,212 --> 01:03:51,647 When luck comes your way, bet big. 1047 01:03:51,748 --> 01:03:53,045 When luck doesn't come, 1048 01:03:53,149 --> 01:03:54,275 just fold your arms and watch, 1049 01:03:54,384 --> 01:03:55,749 but don't even place a small bet. 1050 01:03:56,386 --> 01:03:57,285 Right. 1051 01:03:57,387 --> 01:03:59,321 Let's drink to our gambling. 1052 01:03:59,422 --> 01:04:00,048 Cheers. 1053 01:04:08,531 --> 01:04:09,623 What? 1054 01:04:10,166 --> 01:04:12,498 Can't you see? They drank up together. 1055 01:04:12,602 --> 01:04:13,569 Fork over the money. 1056 01:04:15,271 --> 01:04:16,932 It doesn't count until they do the business. 1057 01:04:20,576 --> 01:04:21,099 Here we are. 1058 01:04:39,829 --> 01:04:40,887 Would you like to come in and sit for a while? 1059 01:04:40,997 --> 01:04:42,260 Thanks, but no. You have some rest. 1060 01:04:42,365 --> 01:04:44,732 We need to have energy to win big tomorrow. 1061 01:04:44,834 --> 01:04:46,598 See you tomorrow then. 1062 01:04:46,702 --> 01:04:47,328 See you tomorrow. 1063 01:04:51,407 --> 01:04:52,932 Strange. 1064 01:04:53,042 --> 01:04:55,170 He let the cooked goose fly away! 1065 01:05:22,371 --> 01:05:23,668 I'd really like to ask him... 1066 01:05:23,773 --> 01:05:25,707 why he let such a great opportunity slip by! 1067 01:05:27,009 --> 01:05:28,909 The emperor's in no hurry. Should the eunuch be? 1068 01:05:29,011 --> 01:05:30,843 Old Kang, five thousand bucks! 1069 01:05:53,035 --> 01:05:54,025 Who is it? 1070 01:05:54,137 --> 01:05:54,933 It's me. 1071 01:06:10,720 --> 01:06:11,687 Still up so late? 1072 01:06:11,787 --> 01:06:13,152 May I come in? 1073 01:06:13,256 --> 01:06:14,724 Please do. 1074 01:06:14,824 --> 01:06:16,588 Tis a great joy to have a friend come from downstairs. 1075 01:06:27,670 --> 01:06:28,728 Are you alone? 1076 01:06:29,705 --> 01:06:31,434 No girlfriend? 1077 01:06:31,541 --> 01:06:32,633 For me, it's always lucky at cards, 1078 01:06:32,742 --> 01:06:34,005 unlucky in love. 1079 01:06:34,110 --> 01:06:36,602 Well? It looks like... 1080 01:06:38,881 --> 01:06:39,848 I got my license. 1081 01:06:39,949 --> 01:06:41,383 You got your license? What license? 1082 01:06:41,851 --> 01:06:43,410 Bacarrat license. 1083 01:06:43,519 --> 01:06:45,283 I didn't swallow what you said. 1084 01:06:45,688 --> 01:06:46,678 What did I say? 1085 01:06:47,456 --> 01:06:49,982 That I'd have to have an instructor beside me. 1086 01:06:50,092 --> 01:06:53,323 So I went to the tables with ten thousand dollars... 1087 01:06:53,696 --> 01:06:57,257 and won eighteen thousand in two hours. 1088 01:06:57,366 --> 01:06:59,892 Marvelous! We should drink to that. Come. 1089 01:07:11,013 --> 01:07:12,344 They're taking a bath! 1090 01:07:12,448 --> 01:07:13,176 So soon? 1091 01:07:15,351 --> 01:07:15,977 Cheers. 1092 01:07:20,189 --> 01:07:21,213 Fork it over. 1093 01:07:21,691 --> 01:07:23,455 Why? 1094 01:07:23,559 --> 01:07:25,584 Didn't you hear Old He say cheers? 1095 01:07:26,896 --> 01:07:27,863 Cheers to what? 1096 01:07:27,964 --> 01:07:31,923 What do you think, stupid? 1097 01:07:40,142 --> 01:07:41,337 I can't take anymore. 1098 01:07:43,980 --> 01:07:44,970 It's really something. 1099 01:07:49,051 --> 01:07:50,212 You're really something. 1100 01:07:51,087 --> 01:07:53,488 Once more. 1101 01:07:53,589 --> 01:07:55,216 No, no! Spare me! 1102 01:07:55,324 --> 01:07:56,223 Come on, once more. 1103 01:07:56,325 --> 01:07:58,123 No, no! 1104 01:08:13,109 --> 01:08:16,010 The 3 of us have all been saying how great you were. 1105 01:08:16,412 --> 01:08:18,346 Those two wanted me to get close to you. 1106 01:08:18,447 --> 01:08:20,279 That's why I looked for you in casinos every night, 1107 01:08:20,916 --> 01:08:23,385 but never managed to bump into you 1108 01:08:23,486 --> 01:08:25,284 until last time at this place... 1109 01:08:26,656 --> 01:08:28,750 You're getting bolder and bolder. 1110 01:08:29,492 --> 01:08:31,824 I never thought you'd be so shameless. 1111 01:08:33,162 --> 01:08:35,654 You told them you were pursuing me? 1112 01:08:37,667 --> 01:08:39,931 I'm the representative in our Gang of Three. 1113 01:08:40,436 --> 01:08:42,302 If a man isn't shameless, 1114 01:08:42,405 --> 01:08:44,271 he'll never get himself any girlfriends. 1115 01:08:44,373 --> 01:08:46,467 Lustful cowards are afraid of being bitten. 1116 01:08:46,575 --> 01:08:48,236 You need to be bold, but attentive too. 1117 01:08:48,344 --> 01:08:50,369 If you're not attentive, you'll get nowhere. 1118 01:08:52,181 --> 01:08:54,912 I'm a woman who apart from gambling... 1119 01:08:55,017 --> 01:08:56,075 isn't interested in anything else. 1120 01:08:57,019 --> 01:08:58,817 I'm no longer seventeen or eighteen; 1121 01:08:58,921 --> 01:09:00,320 should I still have illusions about being in love? 1122 01:09:02,325 --> 01:09:03,759 Maybe. 1123 01:09:04,694 --> 01:09:07,163 I know your sugar daddy's gone to Europe, 1124 01:09:07,263 --> 01:09:08,856 supposedly to look after his business interests, 1125 01:09:08,964 --> 01:09:10,830 but in reality, he's obviously doing the rounds... 1126 01:09:10,933 --> 01:09:12,332 of places where he can indulge in his pleasures. 1127 01:09:12,902 --> 01:09:14,392 What you really are is bored: 1128 01:09:14,503 --> 01:09:16,494 that's why you need to gamble to stimulate yourself. 1129 01:09:16,605 --> 01:09:19,199 The world has lots of other stimulating things; 1130 01:09:19,308 --> 01:09:20,673 I can't believe you're not interested in any of them. 1131 01:09:22,845 --> 01:09:25,974 You're really overstepping yourself more and more. 1132 01:09:26,082 --> 01:09:30,918 Gentlemen use words, villains resort to violence. 1133 01:09:31,787 --> 01:09:35,382 We never said anything about... 1134 01:09:35,491 --> 01:09:37,516 what we can talk about, and what we can't. 1135 01:09:38,828 --> 01:09:40,762 I'm even allowed to say, 1136 01:09:40,863 --> 01:09:46,393 Carrie, I love you. 1137 01:09:51,340 --> 01:09:53,604 I may be I can't say, 1138 01:09:53,709 --> 01:09:57,202 Carrie, you must love me, 1139 01:09:57,313 --> 01:09:59,179 because that would be an order, wouldn't it? 1140 01:09:59,915 --> 01:10:02,577 That's why I'm not overstepping myself. 1141 01:10:03,252 --> 01:10:05,016 Please take back what you've just said. 1142 01:10:06,122 --> 01:10:07,920 And if I don't? 1143 01:10:10,559 --> 01:10:13,358 Then I'll have to be a villain. 1144 01:10:13,763 --> 01:10:18,223 A villain resorts to violence, right? 1145 01:10:19,068 --> 01:10:20,297 I'm going to hit you. 1146 01:10:22,104 --> 01:10:23,037 I don't believe that... 1147 01:10:23,139 --> 01:10:25,369 in Hong Kong there are still people who hit women. 1148 01:10:25,474 --> 01:10:27,636 This is Macau. 1149 01:10:28,444 --> 01:10:29,912 If you don't believe it, just try it. 1150 01:10:39,121 --> 01:10:43,422 Very well. For the sake of remaining a gentleman, 1151 01:10:44,326 --> 01:10:45,760 I'll resort to using my mouth. 1152 01:11:14,590 --> 01:11:17,025 This is called not succeeding, but still trying. 1153 01:11:20,196 --> 01:11:22,961 This is called still trying, but not succeeding. 1154 01:11:31,073 --> 01:11:33,599 Excellent! Steady, sharp! 1155 01:11:36,779 --> 01:11:38,144 I'm teaching you a lesson here. 1156 01:12:51,587 --> 01:12:52,952 So, it's you two! 1157 01:12:56,325 --> 01:12:56,985 Five thousand. 1158 01:13:09,471 --> 01:13:10,996 You were absolutely right. 1159 01:13:11,106 --> 01:13:13,074 I used to gamble because I was lonely, 1160 01:13:13,175 --> 01:13:14,939 but now I want to quit. 1161 01:13:15,044 --> 01:13:17,240 I've heard a lot of gamblers say the same thing. 1162 01:13:17,346 --> 01:13:18,609 Some have even chopped off a finger to show resolve. 1163 01:13:18,714 --> 01:13:20,239 But what use is that? 1164 01:13:20,349 --> 01:13:22,545 The next day they're bandaged up and gambling again. 1165 01:13:22,651 --> 01:13:24,619 I'm different. If I go on gambling, 1166 01:13:24,720 --> 01:13:25,881 no one will be able to afford me. 1167 01:13:26,322 --> 01:13:28,484 What's the matter? Your sugar daddy... 1168 01:13:29,224 --> 01:13:30,623 I've decided to leave him. 1169 01:13:30,726 --> 01:13:32,353 He's already agreed. 1170 01:13:32,461 --> 01:13:34,953 He promised to give me US$100,000. 1171 01:13:35,064 --> 01:13:36,225 I've agreed to it too. 1172 01:13:36,799 --> 01:13:39,131 I think if we both cut a few corners, 1173 01:13:39,234 --> 01:13:40,030 the sum would be enough for us. 1174 01:13:40,135 --> 01:13:40,727 Us? 1175 01:13:40,836 --> 01:13:42,497 If not "us", should it be "them"? 1176 01:13:44,506 --> 01:13:45,530 You mean it? 1177 01:13:46,475 --> 01:13:47,806 Who's joking with you? 1178 01:13:48,243 --> 01:13:50,234 Go back and find a flat right away. 1179 01:14:05,694 --> 01:14:07,992 That's great. The prodigal returns. 1180 01:15:14,830 --> 01:15:15,695 Well? 1181 01:15:16,565 --> 01:15:17,828 Is the rent expensive? 1182 01:15:17,933 --> 01:15:21,062 Not really. Two thousand four hundred per month. 1183 01:15:21,170 --> 01:15:23,662 Two months' deposit, one month in advance. 1184 01:15:23,772 --> 01:15:24,739 A friend got it for me. 1185 01:15:26,542 --> 01:15:29,842 You're really lucky to get a place like this. 1186 01:15:30,179 --> 01:15:32,648 Your luck rubbed off. You bring good luck to your men. 1187 01:15:33,482 --> 01:15:35,143 No need. Kowtow! 1188 01:15:36,919 --> 01:15:38,011 Annoying! 1189 01:15:46,595 --> 01:15:47,926 What's this for? 1190 01:15:48,697 --> 01:15:49,596 You installed it? 1191 01:15:50,499 --> 01:15:54,163 Good thing I asked the realtor yesterday, 1192 01:15:54,570 --> 01:15:57,767 otherwise I wouldn't know how to answer. 1193 01:16:01,610 --> 01:16:05,308 I know, it's for exercising. 1194 01:16:07,049 --> 01:16:08,881 Well, it is related to the body, 1195 01:16:09,785 --> 01:16:11,651 but it's not for exercising. 1196 01:16:12,955 --> 01:16:16,016 It's related to the body 1197 01:16:16,125 --> 01:16:17,923 but not used for exercising? 1198 01:16:33,475 --> 01:16:34,965 You're making it up! 1199 01:16:35,077 --> 01:16:36,909 It's true, believe it or not. 1200 01:16:37,312 --> 01:16:38,905 Actually, you have to believe it, 1201 01:16:39,014 --> 01:16:41,142 because it's something that really happened, 1202 01:16:41,250 --> 01:16:43,048 and it happened to the owners of this flat. 1203 01:16:44,153 --> 01:16:46,713 Okay. I'll listen to your story synopsis 1204 01:16:46,822 --> 01:16:48,756 and see how good a scriptwriter you are. 1205 01:16:49,558 --> 01:16:52,687 Was it the male or female owner who had the problem? 1206 01:16:52,795 --> 01:16:54,320 To begin with, it was the male owner, 1207 01:16:54,429 --> 01:16:56,090 but then the wife went along with the husband. 1208 01:16:56,198 --> 01:16:57,688 Later, after the man died, 1209 01:16:57,800 --> 01:17:00,770 the woman got a stand-in to enact the sequel. 1210 01:17:01,403 --> 01:17:03,667 In some ways it was a grand finale, 1211 01:17:03,772 --> 01:17:06,070 but in other ways it was also a coda. 1212 01:17:06,708 --> 01:17:07,903 That's a really convoluted prologue. 1213 01:17:08,010 --> 01:17:09,774 Just make it simple. 1214 01:17:09,878 --> 01:17:11,107 It was like this: 1215 01:17:13,682 --> 01:17:16,777 the owner of the flat ran a few fabric factories; 1216 01:17:16,885 --> 01:17:18,876 we'll call him Mr Sha. 1217 01:17:19,354 --> 01:17:22,051 This Mr Sha was worth many tens of millions, 1218 01:17:22,157 --> 01:17:24,626 but his one regret was that he had no children. 1219 01:17:25,027 --> 01:17:26,222 Maybe it was because when he was young 1220 01:17:26,328 --> 01:17:27,557 he indulged himself too much. 1221 01:17:27,663 --> 01:17:29,324 After his wife died, he found another, 1222 01:17:29,431 --> 01:17:31,559 a woman more than twenty years younger than him. 1223 01:17:32,401 --> 01:17:34,597 But money couldn't buy him offspring, 1224 01:17:34,703 --> 01:17:35,932 so for the sake of having children... 1225 01:17:36,038 --> 01:17:39,269 he put himself on a daily regimen of medicine, 1226 01:17:39,374 --> 01:17:41,638 but to no avail. 1227 01:17:53,055 --> 01:17:55,581 To improve his physical condition, 1228 01:17:55,691 --> 01:17:57,455 and in the hopes of fathering the next generation, 1229 01:17:57,559 --> 01:18:00,256 Mr Sha practised Tai Chi and Qigong everyday, 1230 01:18:00,362 --> 01:18:02,296 thinking it would restore him to youthfulness 1231 01:18:02,397 --> 01:18:05,765 and satisfy Mrs ha in the bedroom. 1232 01:18:06,668 --> 01:18:08,432 But Mrs Sha... 1233 01:18:08,537 --> 01:18:10,596 was in the animalistic prime of her years, 1234 01:18:10,706 --> 01:18:13,732 and unfortunately Mr sha was no animal tamer. 1235 01:18:56,051 --> 01:18:57,314 You've been droning on for ages; 1236 01:18:57,419 --> 01:18:58,682 cut to the chase, will you? 1237 01:18:59,521 --> 01:19:02,582 What has this got to do with the chains in the room? 1238 01:19:03,292 --> 01:19:06,125 This Mr Sha visits Europe 2 or 3 times a year, 1239 01:19:06,228 --> 01:19:08,196 ostensibly for business purposes, 1240 01:19:08,297 --> 01:19:09,560 but really for an ulterior motive. 1241 01:19:10,032 --> 01:19:12,330 He liked the red light districts in Paris and Hamburg. 1242 01:19:28,116 --> 01:19:29,777 How much is it going to cost, baby? 1243 01:20:59,007 --> 01:20:59,838 How much? 1244 01:21:03,645 --> 01:21:04,874 Twenty. 1245 01:21:08,250 --> 01:21:08,978 How much? 1246 01:21:09,084 --> 01:21:10,313 Twenty. 1247 01:21:10,419 --> 01:21:10,977 Okay. 1248 01:21:16,358 --> 01:21:17,325 Okay. 1249 01:21:31,306 --> 01:21:34,037 So...it will cost you. 1250 01:21:35,377 --> 01:21:36,003 Hi. 1251 01:22:14,583 --> 01:22:17,553 Come on. Pay. 1252 01:22:28,330 --> 01:22:29,957 More. 1253 01:22:38,440 --> 01:22:39,407 What do you want? 1254 01:22:40,175 --> 01:22:45,636 Or these... 1255 01:22:49,384 --> 01:22:50,351 Come on. 1256 01:22:59,294 --> 01:23:00,386 Chinese kung fu! 1257 01:23:11,540 --> 01:23:14,566 The longer you live, the weirder things get! 1258 01:23:15,477 --> 01:23:17,809 It's not so weird after all. 1259 01:23:17,913 --> 01:23:18,937 As a matter of fact, in Europe 1260 01:23:19,047 --> 01:23:21,516 this sort of thing is ancient history. 1261 01:23:21,883 --> 01:23:23,112 It's nothing to write home about at all. 1262 01:23:23,218 --> 01:23:24,708 When Mr Sha returned 1263 01:23:24,819 --> 01:23:27,516 he passed on all this kung fu to Mrs Sha. 1264 01:23:27,622 --> 01:23:29,090 Or rather, it wasn't passing on kung fu: 1265 01:23:29,191 --> 01:23:32,422 Mr sha became Mrs Sha's slave. 1266 01:23:33,161 --> 01:23:34,424 Slave? 1267 01:23:34,529 --> 01:23:35,553 Slave. 1268 01:23:35,964 --> 01:23:37,125 In sado-masohism, the sadist 1269 01:23:37,232 --> 01:23:39,223 refers to the masochist as the slave. 1270 01:24:15,370 --> 01:24:16,804 T's just husband and wife having a fight; 1271 01:24:16,905 --> 01:24:18,395 how come it sounds like they're fighting with robbers? 1272 01:24:18,506 --> 01:24:19,371 They've been at it since last night. 1273 01:24:19,474 --> 01:24:20,168 At the Old Master's age, 1274 01:24:20,275 --> 01:24:21,470 how can he possibly take it? 1275 01:24:21,776 --> 01:24:22,902 It's not like he's being forced into it. 1276 01:24:23,011 --> 01:24:24,638 One likes to beat, and the other likes to be beaten. 1277 01:24:27,148 --> 01:24:28,115 I know how the rest goes. 1278 01:24:28,216 --> 01:24:30,310 Clearly Mrs Sha beat Mr Sha to death. 1279 01:24:30,418 --> 01:24:31,613 It would have been great if she did. 1280 01:24:31,720 --> 01:24:34,018 That would have suited her purpose nicely. 1281 01:24:34,122 --> 01:24:36,420 But surprisingly, the more he was beaten, 1282 01:24:36,524 --> 01:24:38,390 the tougher the old boy became. 1283 01:24:38,493 --> 01:24:39,426 If he got tougher, 1284 01:24:39,527 --> 01:24:40,824 shouldn't that have satisfied Mrs Sha? 1285 01:24:40,929 --> 01:24:42,021 Satisfy her how? 1286 01:24:42,364 --> 01:24:43,593 It's like a old car: 1287 01:24:43,698 --> 01:24:45,325 noises come out of places that shouldn't make noise, 1288 01:24:45,433 --> 01:24:47,128 but the horn that should honk makes no noise at all! 1289 01:24:49,804 --> 01:24:50,532 So what happened? 1290 01:24:50,639 --> 01:24:51,800 What do you think happened? 1291 01:24:52,474 --> 01:24:54,602 All Mrs Sha could do was sigh wistfully. 1292 01:24:54,709 --> 01:24:57,235 Then one day, when it was Mr Sha's 85th birthday, 1293 01:24:57,345 --> 01:24:59,575 the couple were being driven to the party. 1294 01:24:59,681 --> 01:25:03,948 The car ran off a cliff. 1295 01:25:04,853 --> 01:25:07,550 Mr Sha left the world on the anniversary of his birth, 1296 01:25:07,656 --> 01:25:10,091 and even the chaffeur departed this life with him. 1297 01:25:10,592 --> 01:25:12,321 As for Mrs Sha, she survived, 1298 01:25:12,427 --> 01:25:14,623 but was left a cripple. 1299 01:25:14,729 --> 01:25:16,663 Okay, at this point my story 1300 01:25:16,765 --> 01:25:17,891 has come to the end of the Prologue. 1301 01:25:17,999 --> 01:25:19,398 What follows is Act l. 1302 01:26:00,008 --> 01:26:01,032 Sir. 1303 01:26:01,142 --> 01:26:03,133 Madam would like to invite you to dinner. 1304 01:26:04,713 --> 01:26:05,578 Very well. 1305 01:26:05,680 --> 01:26:06,306 Please. 1306 01:26:15,156 --> 01:26:16,624 Mr Feng, please come in. 1307 01:26:20,528 --> 01:26:21,120 Tea. 1308 01:26:21,229 --> 01:26:21,957 Yes. 1309 01:26:24,366 --> 01:26:25,492 Feng Kai. 1310 01:26:25,600 --> 01:26:26,260 Mrs Sha. 1311 01:26:28,503 --> 01:26:29,527 Have a seat, Mr Feng. 1312 01:26:39,614 --> 01:26:40,308 Have a seat. 1313 01:26:42,317 --> 01:26:44,115 Mr Feng is not only a great person 1314 01:26:44,219 --> 01:26:47,450 and tennis player, but he can hold his drink too. 1315 01:26:48,189 --> 01:26:49,088 You're too kind, Mrs Sha. 1316 01:26:50,392 --> 01:26:52,861 It's been almost a month. 1317 01:26:53,995 --> 01:26:58,228 From the terrace I've watched you run every morning 1318 01:26:58,333 --> 01:27:00,768 and teach tennis to your students every afternoon. 1319 01:27:03,037 --> 01:27:07,599 You're physique is really admirable. 1320 01:27:10,512 --> 01:27:12,913 I'm not one to dwell on irrelevant pleasantries 1321 01:27:13,281 --> 01:27:15,010 which I consider a waste of time. 1322 01:27:15,850 --> 01:27:17,215 Mr Feng, 1323 01:27:17,819 --> 01:27:20,083 or perhaps I should directly call you Feng Kai? 1324 01:27:21,389 --> 01:27:25,326 How old would you say I am? 1325 01:27:27,495 --> 01:27:29,827 Perhaps thirty-one, thirty-two? 1326 01:27:32,367 --> 01:27:34,495 You flatter me. 1327 01:27:34,602 --> 01:27:36,092 I'll tell you the truth. 1328 01:27:36,337 --> 01:27:40,331 I was born in the Year of the Snake. I'm 47 this year. 1329 01:27:42,110 --> 01:27:44,306 How can that be? I'm a snake too, 1330 01:27:44,412 --> 01:27:45,709 and I'm only 23 this year. 1331 01:27:47,315 --> 01:27:49,647 You're a little snake. 1332 01:27:49,751 --> 01:27:52,448 I'm your senior by two cycles. 1333 01:27:52,554 --> 01:27:56,548 Really? I wouldn't have known. 1334 01:27:57,592 --> 01:28:00,186 It's all thanks to the doctors. 1335 01:28:00,295 --> 01:28:04,129 But doctors can only restore my youth on the surface, 1336 01:28:04,232 --> 01:28:07,361 but what I need isn't something superficial, 1337 01:28:07,469 --> 01:28:08,459 but very real and substantial. 1338 01:28:10,805 --> 01:28:13,672 In reality, I feel very empty. 1339 01:28:18,146 --> 01:28:20,342 Empty- 1340 01:28:20,448 --> 01:28:22,940 Only someone who's known emptiness 1341 01:28:23,051 --> 01:28:25,713 can understand how hard to bear it is. 1342 01:28:27,822 --> 01:28:29,415 Before my husband died, 1343 01:28:29,524 --> 01:28:32,186 I had money and social status. 1344 01:28:32,293 --> 01:28:35,024 If I wanted stars, he wouldn't have given me the moon. 1345 01:28:36,331 --> 01:28:37,662 But what good was that? 1346 01:28:40,735 --> 01:28:41,896 He couldn't fulfil me. 1347 01:28:42,470 --> 01:28:43,869 Ever try playing tennis? 1348 01:28:44,105 --> 01:28:45,539 I feel empty too, 1349 01:28:45,640 --> 01:28:48,132 but once I'm on the tennis court, I forget everything. 1350 01:28:51,946 --> 01:28:56,850 Silly boy. I do want to play tennis with you, 1351 01:28:56,951 --> 01:28:59,181 but not on the tennis court. 1352 01:28:59,287 --> 01:29:01,847 I want to play at home. 1353 01:29:02,190 --> 01:29:02,952 At home? 1354 01:29:05,126 --> 01:29:06,423 Ping pong might be possible. 1355 01:29:08,963 --> 01:29:10,727 Then let's call it ping pong. 1356 01:29:10,832 --> 01:29:12,095 Without a ball. 1357 01:29:13,768 --> 01:29:15,327 How can it be ping pong without a ball? 1358 01:29:16,938 --> 01:29:17,905 Silly bOY- 1359 01:29:21,342 --> 01:29:23,071 It's getting late. I should go. 1360 01:29:24,579 --> 01:29:25,478 What's the rush? 1361 01:29:25,780 --> 01:29:27,373 Didn't I tell you just now 1362 01:29:27,482 --> 01:29:28,950 I have a job for you? 1363 01:29:29,050 --> 01:29:30,518 The pay is beyond what you can imagine. 1364 01:29:30,885 --> 01:29:32,512 I don't care much about the pay; 1365 01:29:32,620 --> 01:29:35,021 what kind of work do you want me to do? 1366 01:29:45,233 --> 01:29:46,997 You know, 1367 01:29:47,101 --> 01:29:50,230 my husband left me tens of millions, 1368 01:29:51,205 --> 01:29:54,698 but I have no family, no children. 1369 01:29:57,211 --> 01:29:58,508 My only wish... 1370 01:29:58,613 --> 01:30:01,981 is to be happy for the remainder of my days, 1371 01:30:02,083 --> 01:30:04,142 the sort of happiness my husband couldn't give. 1372 01:30:05,720 --> 01:30:08,690 Yourjob is to make me happy. 1373 01:30:12,894 --> 01:30:16,387 I want your youth, 1374 01:30:16,497 --> 01:30:17,726 your energy- 1375 01:30:20,301 --> 01:30:22,269 The payment that I offer 1376 01:30:22,370 --> 01:30:24,304 is my entire fortune. 1377 01:30:24,606 --> 01:30:25,539 Don't worry. 1378 01:30:25,640 --> 01:30:27,699 You won't have to work for me for too many years. 1379 01:30:27,809 --> 01:30:30,141 In the car crash, 1380 01:30:30,244 --> 01:30:32,235 my spine was seriously injured. 1381 01:30:32,347 --> 01:30:33,815 The doctors tell me 1382 01:30:33,915 --> 01:30:35,144 I have only a year to live. 1383 01:30:37,385 --> 01:30:39,547 No! It doesn't look that bad! 1384 01:30:41,689 --> 01:30:43,657 A lot of things aren't always obvious... 1385 01:30:43,758 --> 01:30:44,987 from mere appearances. 1386 01:30:46,194 --> 01:30:47,252 Well? 1387 01:30:47,362 --> 01:30:49,729 It's a good thing to help others. 1388 01:30:49,831 --> 01:30:51,390 If you're willing to help me, 1389 01:30:51,499 --> 01:30:52,728 then we'll make a promise right here. 1390 01:30:52,834 --> 01:30:54,768 Tomorrow we'll have lawyers draw up my will. 1391 01:30:59,974 --> 01:31:01,066 It's really just a year? 1392 01:31:03,378 --> 01:31:05,745 Possibly even less. 1393 01:33:22,150 --> 01:33:24,949 And so, Feng Kai gave up tennis... 1394 01:33:25,052 --> 01:33:26,542 and gave up running, 1395 01:33:26,654 --> 01:33:28,179 and spent all his time keeping Mrs sha company. 1396 01:33:28,289 --> 01:33:30,189 He served Mrs Sha body and soul, 1397 01:33:30,291 --> 01:33:31,520 always looking forward to the day of her death... 1398 01:33:31,626 --> 01:33:32,923 when he would inherit all her wealth. 1399 01:33:33,961 --> 01:33:36,157 But eight months passed, 1400 01:33:36,264 --> 01:33:38,631 and Mrs Sha's condition improved day by day. 1401 01:33:38,733 --> 01:33:39,962 Why? 1402 01:33:40,334 --> 01:33:42,894 Didn't you say she had less than a year to live? 1403 01:33:43,004 --> 01:33:44,062 What? Less than a year? 1404 01:33:44,172 --> 01:33:45,071 That's right. 1405 01:33:45,439 --> 01:33:47,601 Mrs Sha told me herself. 1406 01:33:49,110 --> 01:33:50,669 That may have been th ecase before, 1407 01:33:50,778 --> 01:33:54,715 but her condition has been improving lately. 1408 01:33:54,816 --> 01:33:57,012 Every time I examine her... 1409 01:33:57,118 --> 01:33:59,587 I feel astounded myself. 1410 01:33:59,687 --> 01:34:02,679 She's like a withered tree... 1411 01:34:02,790 --> 01:34:04,383 that's getting the required sunshine 1412 01:34:04,492 --> 01:34:06,586 and necessary moisture; 1413 01:34:06,694 --> 01:34:09,994 she's thriving again. 1414 01:34:10,097 --> 01:34:12,429 She might even blossom and bear fruit! 1415 01:34:12,533 --> 01:34:13,523 Blossom and bear fruit? 1416 01:34:14,402 --> 01:34:17,599 You're saying her life expectancy... 1417 01:34:17,705 --> 01:34:20,072 Might even be longer than yours. 1418 01:34:20,174 --> 01:34:21,699 Every time I see you, 1419 01:34:21,809 --> 01:34:23,436 I feel you're going from bad to worse. 1420 01:34:23,544 --> 01:34:25,069 Your body's getting weaker and weaker. 1421 01:34:25,379 --> 01:34:26,642 Of course it it! 1422 01:34:26,747 --> 01:34:29,239 I've become her sunshine and moisture! 1423 01:34:30,084 --> 01:34:31,984 One year? 1424 01:34:32,086 --> 01:34:34,680 Don't tell me she gains one year, and I lose one year! 1425 01:35:31,612 --> 01:35:33,774 This guy's so hard-hearted? 1426 01:35:33,881 --> 01:35:35,280 He's giving up the inheritance just like that? 1427 01:35:36,017 --> 01:35:37,644 Of course he doesn't want to give it up. 1428 01:35:37,752 --> 01:35:39,015 He went to the police... 1429 01:35:39,120 --> 01:35:41,179 and said the wheelchair slipped of its own accordance. 1430 01:35:41,289 --> 01:35:42,950 Because he couldn't swim... 1431 01:35:43,057 --> 01:35:44,650 all he could do was call the cops. 1432 01:35:44,759 --> 01:35:46,420 The police investigated, 1433 01:35:46,527 --> 01:35:48,291 and found that Feng Kai was known for his honesty. 1434 01:35:48,396 --> 01:35:49,921 All the servants agreed... 1435 01:35:50,031 --> 01:35:53,160 that he always bent over backwards to please Mrs Sha, 1436 01:35:53,267 --> 01:35:55,099 and that he'd never murder her. 1437 01:35:55,202 --> 01:35:56,931 So he got away scott free. 1438 01:35:57,038 --> 01:35:59,166 But before he could lay his hands on the money, 1439 01:35:59,273 --> 01:36:01,139 he got a phonecall from a Mrs Mai. 1440 01:36:01,242 --> 01:36:02,835 Mrs Mai? 1441 01:36:02,944 --> 01:36:04,969 Where did this Mrs Mai come from? 1442 01:36:05,513 --> 01:36:07,572 She was a good friend of Mrs Sha. 1443 01:36:07,682 --> 01:36:09,411 Her husband also died with Mr Sha... 1444 01:36:09,517 --> 01:36:11,042 in the same car crash, 1445 01:36:11,152 --> 01:36:13,712 and she was crippled along with Mrs Sha. 1446 01:36:13,821 --> 01:36:15,550 It was a multiple car crash. 1447 01:36:16,123 --> 01:36:18,114 What did she phone Feng Kai about? 1448 01:36:18,225 --> 01:36:21,286 She called to invite Feng Kai to her house for dinner. 1449 01:36:21,395 --> 01:36:23,727 It was to celebrate Feng Kai being found innocent, 1450 01:36:23,831 --> 01:36:26,163 and also because she had something to show him. 1451 01:36:29,437 --> 01:36:30,461 This way please. 1452 01:36:38,813 --> 01:36:39,609 Please have a seat. 1453 01:36:52,159 --> 01:36:53,558 Mr Feng? 1454 01:36:53,661 --> 01:36:54,355 Mrs Mai. 1455 01:36:54,462 --> 01:36:55,327 Please have a seat. 1456 01:37:25,960 --> 01:37:26,791 Have a seat. 1457 01:37:29,730 --> 01:37:31,596 Mr Feng Kai, 1458 01:37:31,699 --> 01:37:34,168 allow me to introduce myself. 1459 01:37:34,935 --> 01:37:36,960 My name's Judy, 1460 01:37:37,071 --> 01:37:38,698 but my nickname's Xiao Mi. 1461 01:37:39,073 --> 01:37:40,063 Have a seat. 1462 01:37:42,043 --> 01:37:45,411 I'm the widow of r Mai who passed away. 1463 01:37:45,513 --> 01:37:46,480 It was really unfortunate. 1464 01:37:46,580 --> 01:37:48,844 I heard Mr Mai and Mr Sha... 1465 01:37:48,949 --> 01:37:50,246 passed away in the same car crash? 1466 01:37:51,385 --> 01:37:52,784 That's right. 1467 01:37:52,887 --> 01:37:54,412 Their car was in front... 1468 01:37:54,522 --> 01:37:56,490 and ours was behind. 1469 01:37:56,590 --> 01:37:58,718 We couldn't stop in time when they emergency-braked, 1470 01:37:58,826 --> 01:38:00,817 and so one after the other... 1471 01:38:00,928 --> 01:38:02,089 our cars went down the side of the mountain. 1472 01:38:02,196 --> 01:38:03,027 Your tea, sir. 1473 01:38:03,130 --> 01:38:03,824 Thank you. 1474 01:38:05,733 --> 01:38:06,666 Mr Feng, 1475 01:38:06,767 --> 01:38:08,235 would you like an aperitif? 1476 01:38:08,335 --> 01:38:09,427 No thank you, tea is fine. 1477 01:38:10,037 --> 01:38:12,301 It quenches thirst and increases appetite. 1478 01:38:13,174 --> 01:38:16,041 Mr Feng's not only a great tennis player, 1479 01:38:16,143 --> 01:38:17,133 but also has a way with words. 1480 01:38:18,813 --> 01:38:21,748 I've been watching you play tennis a lot. 1481 01:38:21,849 --> 01:38:26,286 You know a lot of women like watching tennis. 1482 01:38:27,521 --> 01:38:29,990 That's why every one of your matches... 1483 01:38:30,091 --> 01:38:30,922 has been recorded by me. 1484 01:38:31,025 --> 01:38:31,719 Recorded? 1485 01:38:31,826 --> 01:38:32,987 Yes. 1486 01:38:33,094 --> 01:38:35,085 I like making "little movies". 1487 01:38:35,196 --> 01:38:36,186 Little movies? 1488 01:38:40,034 --> 01:38:42,002 Don't get the wrong idea! 1489 01:38:42,103 --> 01:38:45,266 I don't mean "little movies" as in pornography; 1490 01:38:45,372 --> 01:38:48,637 I'm talking about 8mm home movies. 1491 01:38:48,742 --> 01:38:51,837 I've filmed you running, 1492 01:38:51,946 --> 01:38:54,506 I've filmed you playing tennis, 1493 01:38:54,615 --> 01:38:55,912 and now it's even more convenient. 1494 01:38:56,016 --> 01:38:58,951 There this new sort of video tape recorder... 1495 01:38:59,053 --> 01:39:01,112 which you can play back on right after you shoot it. 1496 01:39:02,823 --> 01:39:04,154 I told you over the phone... 1497 01:39:04,258 --> 01:39:05,953 that I had something to show you. 1498 01:39:06,060 --> 01:39:06,720 This is it. 1499 01:40:25,406 --> 01:40:28,137 This tape is a copy. 1500 01:40:29,443 --> 01:40:33,812 The original and my will are with my lawyer. 1501 01:40:35,649 --> 01:40:38,675 I have no children, no one to lean on. 1502 01:40:39,453 --> 01:40:43,048 I'm no spring chicken, of course, 1503 01:40:43,157 --> 01:40:47,025 but I'm not really that old, either. 1504 01:40:51,432 --> 01:40:54,026 You're an intelligent man. 1505 01:40:54,134 --> 01:40:55,795 You know what you need to do. 1506 01:41:01,642 --> 01:41:03,474 Darling! 1507 01:41:17,291 --> 01:41:18,315 Look. 1508 01:41:28,035 --> 01:41:30,129 Mrs Mai, what is your pleasure? 1509 01:41:30,237 --> 01:41:33,537 Don't be soformal with me. 1510 01:41:34,441 --> 01:41:36,307 If I call you darling, 1511 01:41:36,410 --> 01:41:38,344 you should call me Xiao Mi. 1512 01:41:39,713 --> 01:41:41,078 Xiao Mi. 1513 01:41:42,516 --> 01:41:43,847 Darling. 1514 01:41:46,120 --> 01:41:47,451 Xiao Mi. 1515 01:41:50,291 --> 01:41:52,521 Good, beautiful Xiao Mi. 1516 01:41:52,626 --> 01:41:54,025 Xiao Mi's really beautiful. 1517 01:41:58,165 --> 01:41:59,360 I really like this ending. 1518 01:42:02,903 --> 01:42:04,894 You're looking at it as if it's a story. 1519 01:42:06,206 --> 01:42:07,901 It's something that really happened, to real people. 1520 01:42:09,443 --> 01:42:11,172 Real or made up, what's the difference? 1521 01:42:12,012 --> 01:42:14,037 You could say "All the world's a stage", 1522 01:42:14,148 --> 01:42:15,912 or equally, "art imitates life". 1523 01:42:16,517 --> 01:42:18,007 That's not bad. 1524 01:42:18,118 --> 01:42:19,916 Our story should have an ending too; 1525 01:42:22,189 --> 01:42:24,556 or should I say, our situation should have closure? 1526 01:42:25,326 --> 01:42:26,657 You have the money? 1527 01:42:28,062 --> 01:42:30,793 It doesn't matter whether it's an ending or closure. 1528 01:42:31,231 --> 01:42:32,198 I have something to show you. 1529 01:42:37,671 --> 01:42:39,571 The last few times I went to him, 1530 01:42:39,673 --> 01:42:42,404 he used the depressed stock market as an excuse. 1531 01:42:43,143 --> 01:42:44,736 The capital doesn't matter, 1532 01:42:44,845 --> 01:42:47,473 but the banks' interest rate keeps going up. 1533 01:42:48,215 --> 01:42:50,843 Finally he couldn't put it off any more, 1534 01:42:50,951 --> 01:42:53,045 so he gave me this title deed. 1535 01:42:53,620 --> 01:42:54,951 The house is in North Point. 1536 01:42:55,055 --> 01:42:57,922 Two units per floor over eight floors. 1537 01:42:58,025 --> 01:42:59,823 Mortgaged to the bank for $400,000, 1538 01:42:59,927 --> 01:43:02,862 but worth more than his promised US$100,000. 1539 01:43:04,198 --> 01:43:07,395 I was thinking, if we raise the money to redeem it, 1540 01:43:07,501 --> 01:43:10,027 the rent from it would be enough for our upkeep. 1541 01:43:12,539 --> 01:43:13,836 As long as you quit gambling. 1542 01:43:17,177 --> 01:43:18,338 It's been such a long time now, 1543 01:43:18,445 --> 01:43:19,537 when have I been gambling? 1544 01:43:20,180 --> 01:43:22,205 If I rip my heart out, would you believe me? 1545 01:43:24,985 --> 01:43:25,577 Okay. 1546 01:43:26,186 --> 01:43:28,348 You said raise some money, how? 1547 01:43:30,624 --> 01:43:32,353 I have $100,000 in the bank. 1548 01:43:32,459 --> 01:43:34,120 If I sell my jewellery, 1549 01:43:34,228 --> 01:43:35,195 that'd be worth a bit over $100,000. 1550 01:43:36,130 --> 01:43:37,393 Why sell your jewellery? 1551 01:43:38,232 --> 01:43:41,167 I'll raise the other $300,000. 1552 01:43:41,268 --> 01:43:43,600 I have about 70 or 80 thousand to spare, 1553 01:43:43,704 --> 01:43:46,571 and Kang and wei will loan me another $100,000. 1554 01:43:46,673 --> 01:43:47,731 As for the rest, 1555 01:43:47,841 --> 01:43:49,832 I can borrow it from my father. 1556 01:43:49,943 --> 01:43:51,308 It's for a proper purpose, so he won't refuse. 1557 01:43:52,946 --> 01:43:55,074 Great. Then that's what we'll do. 1558 01:43:55,182 --> 01:43:56,115 Once we have the money 1559 01:43:56,216 --> 01:43:57,980 we'll go to the bank to pay off the mortgage. 1560 01:44:06,927 --> 01:44:08,019 You go up first. I'll park the car. 1561 01:44:08,128 --> 01:44:09,391 Be careful with the money in your purse. 1562 01:44:09,496 --> 01:44:11,521 I know. Hurry up, I'll wait for you. 1563 01:44:56,977 --> 01:44:58,570 Where's the mortgages deparment? 1564 01:44:58,679 --> 01:44:59,339 Upstairs. 1565 01:45:09,156 --> 01:45:10,954 Has a woman called Carrie Ho been here? 1566 01:45:11,058 --> 01:45:12,423 No. 1567 01:45:24,571 --> 01:45:26,733 Ah Si, Ah Si? 1568 01:45:27,207 --> 01:45:27,673 Yes? 1569 01:45:27,774 --> 01:45:28,366 Where's Madam? 1570 01:45:28,475 --> 01:45:30,637 Didn't you take her to Singapore? 1571 01:45:30,944 --> 01:45:31,604 I took her? 1572 01:45:31,712 --> 01:45:32,338 That's right. 1573 01:45:32,446 --> 01:45:34,380 She said you were waiting downstairs in the car. 1574 01:45:38,685 --> 01:45:40,050 I took her? 1575 01:46:25,098 --> 01:46:25,997 Player wins. 1576 01:46:37,611 --> 01:46:39,739 The moral of this tale is 1577 01:46:39,846 --> 01:46:41,678 unluckiness in love 1578 01:46:41,782 --> 01:46:43,750 doesn't necessary mean good luck at the tables. 1579 01:46:51,525 --> 01:46:52,219 See it? 1580 01:46:52,326 --> 01:46:53,418 There's something going on behind the scenes. 1581 01:46:54,161 --> 01:46:54,650 Something going on? 1582 01:46:54,761 --> 01:46:56,422 The gambling joint closed long ago. 1583 01:46:56,763 --> 01:46:57,924 Nothing going on? Take a look. 1584 01:46:58,265 --> 01:47:00,063 Look at what? As if you're not coming back next time. 1585 01:47:01,969 --> 01:47:03,767 The moral of this tale is: 1586 01:47:03,870 --> 01:47:06,305 there are two kinds of women in this world: 1587 01:47:06,406 --> 01:47:08,875 those who want money from men, 1588 01:47:09,142 --> 01:47:11,975 and those who don't want money, but your life. 1589 01:47:21,488 --> 01:47:25,152 Darling! 1590 01:47:30,197 --> 01:47:31,494 Xiao Mi! 1591 01:47:32,566 --> 01:47:37,333 Help! 109837

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