She’s a Man. He’s a Woman.





Lam Tze Chung shot to fame as an actor when he was cast by Hong Kong’s comedy king Stephen Chow in the hugely popular Shaolin Soccer. In recent years the prolific performer has also turned to directing (I’ll Call You, The Sexy Guys) and he both directs and acts in She’s a Man. He’s a Woman. The comedy also stars the actor, writer and director Wong Jing (God of Gamblers, From Vegas to Macau), Natalie Meng (From Vegas to Macau, Future X-Cops) and Benny Chan (Iceman, The Incredible Monk).


Hank Zhu (Wong) is a manager of a leading property agency which has a female boss, Lara Tong (Meng), whom Hank and his colleagues all dread. After stealing an important client from Hank, Lara is promoted to CEO resulting in her heading up Hank’s team which drives him crazy. But when Lara’s boyfriend breaks up with her she gets drunk and goes to the company’s rooftop ready to jump. There she meets Hank who’s depressed and also considering jumping. Suddenly both are struck by lightning and wake up in hospital to find their bodies switched.




Wong Jing, Natalie Meng, Lam Tze Chung, Benny Chan, King Kong

Director: Lam Tze Chung
Duration (min) :

90 min (tbc), Th/Ed

Version: Theatrical, Edited
Grade: PG-13

Drama, Comedy


Cantonese and Mandarin


Chinese & English/ English





Worldwide except China

Hong Kong