|Posted by MYR on December 29, 2008 at 10:27 AM|
29 Dec 2008 - Michelle Ye's 'crying skills' impressive; earns praises from Felix Chong & Chapman
To Michelle Ye's 'crying skills' impressive; earns praises from Felix Chong & Chapman To
Entertainment 29th Dec 2008
'Lady Cop, Papa Crook' will be having its first meet with audience in Beijing on 28th following its premier in Hong Kong last Saturday. Although both Eason Chan and Sammi Cheng could not make it to the event, female cast Michelle Ye was present in top brand sponsored attire, a red top which allowed her to become the focus of attention at set. Countless fans from nationwide also especially travelled to meet with their idol and show their support.
The meet are inclusive of Michelle Ye, Chapman To, as well as Director Alan Mak. Although the weather was chilly, everyone's mood was high, especially upon seeing their fans' support, all actors expressed their utmost gratitude.
As one of the main casts in LCPC, Michelle Ye was exceptionally popular, her name was heard to be screamed everywhere she went within the venue. Although LCPC is not Michelle Ye's first movie, it is her first movie released in Mainland, furthermore, with her pregnant lady image, she played a deep and mysterious lady of the mafia boss who withheld her true powers within. Director Alan Mak and Chapman to were full of praises for Michelle Ye's performance, they thought her acting was exceptionally excellent and not overacted at all, especially her natural 'crying skills', her tears can be summoned anytime causing all to be impressed.
Michelle Ye is very happy to have earned recognition from directors and casts as well as audience, yet remained simply humble. She expressed her utmost gratitude towards Director Alan Mak and Felix Chong for giving her such good opportunities, where her debut in movie industry, 'Moonlight in Tokyo' was in fact a Mak-Chong collaboration too. She was then requested to go onscreen without make up, the plain face and simplicity allowed audience to immediately remember her performance, and thus recognized her first big screen performance, and was then nominated as best newcomer at Hong Kong Golden Horse awards. Now in LCPC, Michelle is once again working with the two renowned directors, it is really a rare mutual understanding and trust they share between them.