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Wu Yen
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Directed by Johnnie To
Wai Ka-Fai
Written by Wai Ka-Fai
Yau Nai-Hoi
Ben Wong
Produced byJohnnie To
Wai Ka-Fai
Starring Anita Mui
Sammi Cheng
Cecilia Cheung
Cinematography Cheng Siu-Keung
Edited by Law Wing-Cheong
Wong Wing-Ming
Music by Raymond Wong
Production
companies
Distributed by China Star Entertainment Group
Release date
  • 18 January 2001 (2001-01-18)
Running time
123 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box officeHK $27,241,316

Wu Yen (Chinese :鍾無艷) is a 2001 historical Hong Kong comedy film produced and directed by Johnnie To and Wai Ka-Fai.

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