23 Jun Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Tony Leung Chiu Wai lately admitted that one of many the reason why he determined to take the supply to do his new film, “When the Wind Blows”, was due to director Philip Yung.
As reported on Mingpao, the actor, who appeared on the press convention of the stated film on the Shanghai Worldwide Movie Competition, revealed that he liked Philip’s directorial debut “Port of Name” a lot that it satisfied him to do the film.
“Nevertheless it was hectic at first since I wanted to do the unattainable Ã¢â‚¬â€œ play the piano on digital camera. I needed to play three songs, and one among them was very quick and I could not play that quick at first,” he stated.
Tony acknowledged that he ended up asking the crew to place a piano on set so he may observe throughout his breaks.
Philip chimed in, jokingly including that Tony scolded him each evening for making him play the piano.
“However I used to be impressed. In one of many scenes, Tony performed the piano as Aaron [Kwok] danced. We realised how exact it was in post-production. He was extremely demanding of himself and practiced the piano for 3 months. He would play eight to 10 hours day-after-day,” stated the director.
(Picture Supply: Mingpao)