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Darlign Stay At Home (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3

Betty Loh Ti (Actor) | Zhang Yang (Actor) | Lee Lam Lam (Actor) | Lee Ying (Actor)
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Darlign Stay At Home (Hong Kong Version)
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Customer Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)
All Editions Rating: Customer Review Rated Bad 5 - 5 out of 10 (2)

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Product Title: Darlign Stay At Home (Hong Kong Version) 太太萬歲 (香港版) 太太万岁 (香港版) Darlign Stay At Home (Hong Kong Version) Darlign Stay At Home (Hong Kong Version)
Artist Name(s): Betty Loh Ti (Actor) | Zhang Yang (Actor) | Lee Lam Lam (Actor) | Lee Ying (Actor) | Tina Ti (Actor) | Jiang Shan (Actor) | Wang Lai (Actor) | Tin Ching (Actor) 樂蒂 (Actor) | 張楊 (Actor) | 李琳琳 (Actor) | 李影 (Actor) | 狄娜 (Actor) | 江山 (Actor) | 王萊 (Actor) | 田青 (Actor) 乐蒂 (Actor) | 张扬 (Actor) | 李琳琳 (Actor) | 李影 (Actor) | 狄娜 (Actor) | 江山 (Actor) | 王莱 (Actor) | 田青 (Actor) 樂蒂(ロック・タイ) (Actor) | 張楊(チャン・ヤン) (Actor) | Lee Lam Lam (Actor) | Lee Ying (Actor) | 狄娜(ティナ) (Actor) | Jiang Shan (Actor) | Wang Lai (Actor) | Tin Ching (Actor) Betty Loh Ti (Actor) | Zhang Yang (Actor) | Lee Lam Lam (Actor) | Lee Ying (Actor) | Tina Ti (Actor) | Jiang Shan (Actor) | Wang Lai (Actor) | Tin Ching (Actor)
Director: Wong Tin Lam 王 天林 王 天林 王天林(ウォン・ティンラム) Wong Tin Lam
Release Date: 2006-10-03
Language: Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese
Country of Origin: Hong Kong
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
Closed Captioning: Yes
Sound Information: Dolby Digital 2.0
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 3 - South East Asia (including Hong Kong, S. Korea and Taiwan) What is it?
Duration: 94 (mins)
Publisher: Panorama (HK)
Package Weight: 130 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1004535559

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* Screen Format: 4:3
* Sound Mix: Dobly Digital 2.0
* Special Features:
- 導演、主角生及作品年表
 Director's & Lead Actor's Biography and Filmography

Director: Wang Tian Lin

《太太萬歲》是樂蒂加盟「電懋」後唯一的時裝作品。她飾演溫柔嫻淑的家庭主婦,因為不甘埋沒自己的才華,使計作弄固執古板的丈夫 (張揚),不但令他心悅誠服地拜倒自己的石榴裙下,這為多少被關家裡無法一展所長的婦女吐了一口烏氣。樂蒂素有「古典美人」之譽,為人津津樂道的都是她扮演古代傳奇女子的黃梅調電影;但次樂蒂在《太太萬歲》穿起幹練的事業女性,游刃有餘,時代感十足,令人發懷念這位才貌出眾,宜古宜今的「古典美人」。

Darling Stay At Home Was the only modern film starring Betty Le Di since she joined MP&GI. She played a housewife who refused to let her talents abandoned at home and played a trick on her stubborn, old-fashioned husband (Zhang ang). Her success not only changed her husband’s mentality but also represented a strong declaration of women’s capabilities at a time when many women were still made to stay at home. For many years Betty was honored as the “Classic Beauty” for her counties portraits of classic beauties in the wangmeldiao genre. But in Darling Stay At Home, Betty demonstrated her remarkable acting skills through her successful portraits of a submissive housewife and a capable working lady, which extended her reputation t being far more than just a “Classic Beauty” .
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Average Customer Rating for this Edition: Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10 (1)
Average Customer Rating for All Editions of this Product: Customer Review Rated Bad 5 - 5 out of 10 (2)

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October 22, 2008

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Boring Customer Review Rated Bad 2 - 2 out of 10
Frankly, I find Lok Dai's acting quite stiff in this movie and the mediocre plot, boring. Maybe her acting is good only for period dramas. Don't find it interesting at all but if you have nothing else better to do in the afternoon, play this for your grandmother.
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February 27, 2008

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Diverting romantic comedy Customer Review Rated Bad 8 - 8 out of 10
Betty Loh Ti had a very busy schedule in 1968, the last year of her life. She starred in four movies during that crowded year, including "Darling, Stay at Home". "Darling" is a comedy about a young wife, who yearns to gain the satisfactions of having a career, and her husband, who believes that a wife should stay at home.

Zhang Yang stars as the husband; he is the public relations manager at Kowloon's famed Peninsula Hotel. Loh Ti is his wife. In her spare time, she has learned to speak many foreign languages and longs to put her language skills to work in a job. Zhang, however, insists that she remain a housewife. Miss Loh's neighbor learns of a job opening at the Peninsula Hotel; Miss Loh applies for it, gets it, and is assigned a job in her husband's department. By wearing a wig and a fake mole and by adopting different clothes and mannerisms, she manages to fool her husband into thinking that this new employee in his department is not his wife.

Mr. Zhang doesn't want to work with a woman; he concocts a scheme to make his new employee look bad so he can fire her. However, Miss Loh learns of the scheme and manages to turn it to her advantage. Instead of getting fired, she ends up getting promoted to being Mr. Zhang's boss (on her first day on the job)! Things then turn very wild when Mr. Zhang begins to develop a romantic crush for his new boss.

If all of this seems a bit unbelievable, well, check your credulity at the door. Zhang Yang does a nice job by fully committing to his rather obnoxious character. Loh Ti seems a bit subdued, not nearly as lively as she was in "The Dancing Millionairess". (Fans will recall that she made "Darling, Stay at Home" on the heels of her divorce from Chen Ho.)

Expectations about marital roles have changed so dramatically in the 40 years since this film was released that much of the comedy of "Darling, Stay at Home" seems dated ... as does this film's hideously garish late 1960s decor. Moreover, while the film was shot in widescreen "CathayScope", it is presented here in a sub-par, truncated fullscreen version. Nonetheless, I can recommend this film as a pleasantly amusing diversion that examines social mores that we, blessedly, have left far behind.
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