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'Fire of Conscience' hitting screens in April; Michelle Ye plays police officer for the first time

Posted by MYR on January 28, 2010 at 8:28 AM

Source: Sina Entertainment


28th Jan 2010


 

In the recent days, ‘Fire of Conscience’ directed by Director Dante Lam and casting Michelle Ye, Leon Lai, Richie Ren, Wang Baoqiang, etc has entered the final phase of dubbing.  This movie has got much attention of media and audience since it first started filming in August last year.  Thus, Director Dante Lam put much emphasis for the dubbing of his cast.  It was said that ‘Fire of Conscience will be airing simultaneously in Hong Kong and Mainland in April.


 

‘Fire of Conscience’ is not only a heavily invested movie, from alter stage observation, it is also a mega script production.  As one of the lead, Michelle Ye has prepared herself well.  Returning to Hong Kong for the dubbing stage, Michelle ye who is recently busy filming ‘Gu Cheng Wang Shi’ series with Xing Jiadong, received much attention for her role in ‘Fire of Conscience’.  Acting in ‘Fire of Conscience’ is a very vital stage for Michelle Ye’s acting career, she plays a police officer in the film, she expressed: “This is very different from my assassin role in ‘Vengeance’ and ‘Accidents’, I’m very happy to have the chance for such a variety of roles.


 

Michelle Ye not only dubbed the Mandarin version, she also dubbed the Cantonese version.  On the dubbing day, Michelle Ye demonstrated her rich and expressive voice across both language, and rushed back to the airport right after dubbing, to continue the filming of ‘Gu Cheng Wang Shi’. 

 


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