Those Were the Days... (2000 film)

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Those Were the Days...
Directed by Raymond Yip
Produced byManfred Wong
Written by Manfred Wong
Starring Jordan Chan
Gigi Leung
Music byChan Kwong Wing
CinematographyLai Yiu Fai
Edited by Marco Mak
Distributed byFilm Business International Ltd.
Release date
2000
Running time
103 minutes
Country Hong Kong
LanguageCantonese

Those Were the Days... (Chinese :友情歲月之山雞故事) is a 2000 Hong Kong film directed by Raymond Yip. The film is a spin-off/prequel of the Young and Dangerous film series, as it follows the life of Chicken Chiu (Jordan Chan) before he joined the triads with the boss Chan Ho Nam (Ekin Cheng).

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