Rape Scene Went Too Far: Actress Was Truly Sexually Violated in Eric Tsang’s Movie

By on January 17, 2018 in Hot Gossip!, Movies, NEWS

Rape Scene Went Too Far: Actress Was Truly Sexually Violated in Eric Tsang’s Movie

With recent sexual harassment claims against Eric Tsang (曾志偉) surfacing, the sexual violation of Hong Kong actress Yu Sin Man (余倩雯) on the set of Eric’s film Fatal Vacation (安樂戰場) topped Chinese search engines. As the director for the movie, Eric told Sin Man that he wanted realism– although “the [rape] scene was fake, she had to do it for real”.

Fatal Vacation is a 1990 film about a group of tourists who went to the Philippines and were kidnapped amid the riots. In a controversial scene, Sin Man’s character was raped by a Filipino soldier (portrayed by an actor called in for the role last minute). Although Sin Man screamed during the filming of the scene, Eric thought she was immersed in her acting and did not stop the camera.

Rape Scene Went too Far

After the incident, Eric spoke to the media about what happened on the set of Fatal Vacation. At first, he planned to film the rape scene in which Sin Man would be dragged out of the room and then returned with her clothes ripped apart. However, Eric claimed Sin Man wanted to make her performance stand out more so he decided to film the scene more explicitly. Eric promised that he would watch the footage with Sin Man afterward and if the scene is too revealing, he would delete the footage. After thinking about it for a few days, Sin Man agreed to film the rape scene.

Eric said, “To give more realism to the scene, we didn’t shred her clothes ahead of time. She was asked to wear pasties so that her nipples wouldn’t be exposed. I told the cinematographer that he can walk with the camera and film from [whatever angle] he wants. Before filming, I asked her to slap the actor’s face and kick him down there so he will be more provoked and immersed in the scene.”

“The limit is that the [penis] would not penetrate,” Eric said. He told Sin Man to “scream if something went wrong”. Eric stepped out of the room and only left the cinematographer with Sin Man and the actors to film the scene.

“Who knew, right after the camera started rolling, she started screaming. I thought that she was too into her role and didn’t respond. It wasn’t until someone started cursing that I knew we went too far. When I rushed in, the female artistic director was hugging [Sin Man] and said I was inhuman.”

Although Sin Man’s rape scene was included in the final cut of Fatal Vacation, the more explicit details were deleted. Sin Man reportedly had nightmares following her sexual violation and ended her short-lived acting career.

Source: Sina.com

This article is written by Jayne for JayneStars.com.

54 comments to Rape Scene Went Too Far: Actress Was Truly Sexually Violated in Eric Tsang’s Movie

  1. coralie says:

    How the eff does that happen without oversight? How is it possible the actor did not know his limits?

    I hope the actor went to jail for what he did.

    As for Eric… I don’t know. This sounds shady AF.

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    • 1nit replied:

      @coralie

      Definitely something wrong with him.

      He told her to scream when there is something wrong. When she screamed he think she was into character so did nothing. Sound contradicting to me.

      She must have upset someone important and that was her consequences. However they didn’t expected her to press charges because they didn’t think she would throw away her acting career.

      My speculation only.

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      • mindee replied:

        @1nit Yep very contradicting. From his words and actions I am more inclined to believe it was a planned assault. Disgusting. I don’t believe him when he said he respects women.

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      • funnlim replied:

        @mindee it was planned. Since it was for filming. Except either the recipient didn’t know the extent or knew but went out of hand. That’s filming.

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      • mindee replied:

        @funnlim yep it was for filming but she didn’t know it was for real. He didn’t tell her which was also part of the plan. The situation got out of hand but it was done on purpose.

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  2. bubbletea says:

    HARVEY WEINSTEIN PART II?

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    • funnlim replied:

      @bubbletea nahhhhh. No bathrobe, bathtub, shower, massage.

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  3. dalebaines says:

    It took this many years for this incident to really come to light; can you imagine how much they must have pressured her to keep quiet about what happened? And that actor who was basically a nobody they pulled off the street (from the sound of it), why wasn’t anything done about him? Even the camera guy and the artistic director and everyone else in the room should have done something to stop what was happening. All of this is beyond sickening if every bit of it is true. I doubt any legal action can be taken against Eric Tsang and that actor by now, but I believe karma will eventually catch up with them…10-fold.

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    • bubbletea replied:

      @dalebaines All these men need to be de-dicked if any of this is true. Of course everyone is going to crucify Yu Sin Man . If true, Eric and his toads are going to say she is crazy, or looking for a renewed fifteen minutes of
      fame. I am not surprised by the allegatins brought against Eric Tsang. Should these allegations prove to be true, like you said, they all should be brought to justice. It is time these filthy pigs are exposed

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  4. Isn’t anyone here disgusted by the fact that HE KEPT THE SCENE knowing what has occured?

    I don’t believe for a second that the rapist would have gone that far if he didn’t get pig Tsang’s permission ahead of time. But let’s say I believe his version, why didn’t they take any legal action against him? And you don’t even have the decency to cut that horrible scene out of your self-directed trash? But instead let this lifelong trauma for the actress to be on film, watched by a large audience and in distribution forever. What an extra slap in the face for the victim.

    Yeah go f-u-ck yourself Eric Tsang.

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  5. wm2017 says:

    You can tell he’s a pervert no matter how nice he tries to be on the Super Trio Shows. To me, even thou I like the show before he is a pervert dude period. haha LOL…. Sigh… after so many years and it comes out now? What is wrong w/this world.

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    • msxie0714 replied:

      @wm2017 Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, etc were harassing women for decades before the revelations finally came out. Victims had no recourse with powerful men in control.

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    • rika replied:

      @wm2017 His Super Trio shows were merely rip-offs from the Japanese variety shows. Yet, people treated Eric as though he was some innovative genius. Sheesh.

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  6. moonsp says:

    How not to be accused when he has directed such movie and requested some unreasonable demand during the filming? The girl should have voiced out her grievances but however, she must have been paid generously to perform such act. Remember those days there were few other Cat III actress became such victim as well and later either committed suicide or had depression. Even if he is not being convicted this rape & harassment claimed. It will somehow still bother him for a while. Wonder if he dares to attend the TVB Anniversary Award this year.

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  7. jjwong says:

    OMG. WTF. This is the most insane and bizarre scenario ever. I don’t even know where to begin or how to even think of this… This is so horrendously wrong, malicious and illegal! Eric was essentially like a Turtle-man (Gway Gong), bringing the girl around for s*x. Who TF ask someone to really knee another actor in the crotch… TF *pulls hair*

    Is the “incident” referred in “After the incident, Eric spoke to the media about…” right after filming of the movie or as in right after now she outed him? Either way, why TF wasn’t or isn’t Eric charged? It happened. He knew. Yet he still chose to use the scene. AND he wasn’t or isn’t in trouble. Holy h*ll HK… O_O

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    • @jjwong For why he isn’t charged, probably because she didn’t press any charges and choose to get the hell out of the entertainment industry instead. After her traumatic experience she might be afraid of what more could happen to her if she spoke out back then. Don’t forget she was young and just mentally and physically violated, so it’s not difficult to intimidate her into silence. The Hong Kong entertainment industry was (and probably still is) a dark and triad-filled place back then, especially in the 80s-90s. What a scum that Eric Tsang.

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  8. elizabeth says:

    Oh! I remember her! She played Vincent Wan’s sister who married Gallen Lo in “Vengeance”! I heard she got married to a nice guy who managed artistes.

    The poor girl was probably intimidated into not pressing charges as she initially said yes to the scene. But the thing is no matter what the previous agreement was, the minute she did not want to continue, the production crew should have stopped it and whatever deal there was should have been nulled.

    Eric is just a cheap exploitive scum who wanted his movie to be the talk of the town. The film was about the political unrest and the bad side of human nature. It did not need to have such a graphic rape scene, thus I call it explotative. He may have cut the really graphic scenes out of the final cut, but to keep any of it in a movie is just eternal violation of Yu Sin Man over and over again each time it is viewed.

    This news has actually out for a while. The rumour was actually made known for many years, at least I read about it somewhere in the last decade. It was mentioned again during the HK tourist bus incident in 2010.

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  9. anthony says:

    So does this mean she got penetrated? Poor girl

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  10. sherla1019 says:

    being in the entertainment business is known to be dark if you want to be heard and well known some ppl are willing to sell there bodies for that cant really blame one side and I’m not taking sides here but i think that ppl who willingly expolited there bodies came out prb just for $$$$ it cause the ppl who they trying to bring downwho made it big in the industry

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    • bubbletea replied:

      @sherla1019 are you trying to say that Yu Sin Man and other victims probably sold their bodies to be heard and well known???!!!!!. That part of your comment is insulting to the situation going on here. Yes, there are ebiz people who sleep their way to get ahead in the business but that is not the case here. This woman was violated in the most vicious way, against her will. It traumatized her so much that she quit her job, which was probably her lifelong dream job. If anyone is to blame it will be Pig Tsang, the sick rapist/molester and others who knew what was being done to this poor woman.

      So victims are trying to bring down those who made it big in the industry???!!. They are jealous of them eh??!!? For your information, it is those who made it big in the industry who prey on the newbies. They abuse their power and senority.

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      • sherla1019 replied:

        @bubbletea Why u blasting at me for I already said I,m not taking sides!!!! I’m not putting out names who did or didnt exploit there bodies but there are ppl that are willingly to do whatever it takes to become famous and i CERTAINLY DONT AGREE WITH SEXUAL HARRASSMENT SO TAKE A CHILL PILL!!!! JEEEEEZZZZ

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      • bubbletea replied:

        @sherla1019 I still think your comment is insensitive to sexually harassment victims. A woman was physically sexually abused against her wishes, and you mentioned about people using their bodies to get ahead with their careers. How insensitive can you be to this particular situation? Your comment is so out of place in this thread. It has a place, but not here, not now. Even the little shrimp himself, (meaning Eric) , basically admitted to something terribly going wrong in the scene. Read the article and read what you wrote. Read it with understanding and wisdom. If you have the nerve to bark from your computer and prescribe a pill for me, AGAIN, then I might have to wonder if you understand the gravity of what happened to this poor woman.

        By the way, everyone knows that Eric Tsang is worse than a pig. He makes pigs looks like angels. Have a happy day, God bless ☺️

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      • msxie0714 replied:

        @bubbletea
        No coincidence that Eric Tsang and Harvey Weinstein both look like pigs. But 4-footed pigs are definitely cuter.

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      • bubbletea replied:

        @msxie0714 HAHAHAhaha, that is a good one, I like very much. Pig Weinstein and Pig Eric give the cute four legged porkers a bad rap.

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      • sherla1019 replied:

        @bubbletea Looks who BARKING take another CHill Pill

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      • bubbletea replied:

        @sherla1019 you came back? Are you so thick? You know what. Where did I I bark? I laughed, like I will now, cause you are a joke…..HAHAHAHAHAhahaha. Is that enough barking for ya? As for pills, I could write you a prescription, only thing though, my specialty is not psychiatry.

        Tell you what. I better quit before I am accused of bullying a small child, meaning you, with special needs, bow wow arf arf to you. Now I bark. Have a wonderful day, I know I will.

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  11. cutie777 says:

    I wonder is this supposed to be a category 3 movie? Don’t Eric supposed let the camera man know the situation too even he’s not in the there when the rape is going on? I guess back in the old day you can’t do much about it. And don’t those guys know it’s a acting only but they it seriously way.

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  12. happybi says:

    OMG!!! This sound awful!! That poor girl!!!!!

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  13. funnlim says:

    Reminds me of last tango in Paris. Acting wise difficult to say. After all anything could and would happen. But I am more concerned with her being coerced into the scene than actual filming. I don’t think she had any choice. Knowing hk industry probably never discussed the bottom line.

    I am surprised Eric was so forthcoming in his version of events which basically affirmed his participation in if not in the alleged attempted assault at the very least in not reporting one. Is thwre a statutory time limit for sexual assaults in hk? Anyway maybe he thought he said the right genuine thing. Let’s not kid ourselves. There’s an abundant of rape scenes in hk films and even tv series from mild to extreme. Dialogues dismissing rape as some joke is the norm in hk movie. Even if Eric is not some sexual predator or it was some genuine issue during filming which he did not expect to happen, his attitude towards women would be to me less than respectful. If he is a sexual predator it will be a continuing act. Age wouldn’t mellow his need so to speak. I don’t know if Eric is that sort of predator. But I think him being so forthcoming in aspects of this matter is his unbecoming. He may think he sounded sincere and genuine, the truth is he had made a very public confession of at least knowing a probable crime took place. If that’s not a legal liability, morally it is a huge issue.

    Eric wasn’t even in the room. Unusual. Doesn’t matter.

    Let’s wait for Jackie chan shall we. Always suspected as such. Not rape or such but using influence to obtaon favour perhaps. But I also recognize some actresses threw themselves at these powerful figures, I think that group of women and men can be identified. Oh I’m eager to hear from Korean industry. Not just female stars. Male stars too.

    As for yammie, maybe ask her. She’s still alive and now is her time to speak up after suffering so long.no point accusing a dead person if not true.

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  14. mangotango says:

    No penetration …. gee did that ‘rapist’ actually showed his bloody d$#k? That is too much! Screamed if there is penetration? That would be too late! I have stopped watching HK movies for some time. Didn’t now there were many such rape movies? Must the norm at that time? Lust and violence sell?

    Yay, time for Yammie to speak out.

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  15. jayne says:

    Don’t think Eric Tsang had any remorse over what happened with Yu Sin Man. His attitude implies that other Hong Kong actresses had encountered similar filming situations, in which they were “persuaded” to film scenes that push their boundaries.

    Years ago in a radio interview with Anita Lee, he was asked what was the most extreme bed scene he had filmed? Eric proceeded to mention that he had filmed a movie where they had agreed to “假戏真做” (do the rape scene for real) and afterward the actress came running out and cried that he was “inhuman”. It was a brief version of what he said in the magazine interview quoted in the article. He didn’t mention Yu Sin Man’s name, but his attitude seemed very dismissive of what happened, just re-telling it as a “humorous” story of a situation that went out of hand.

    It’s irresponsible for Eric to leave the room during the filming of such a scene as a director. The situation was handled in such an unprofessional way; all he wanted was a graphic scene at the expense of Yu Sin Man.

    Don’t think Eric’s attitude towards women have been respectful, especially when he hosts the Miss Hong Kong Pageants. Whenever the swimsuit rounds start, his eyes light up and he makes inappropriate comments about the contestants’ bodies.

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    • mindee replied:

      @jayne I agree. What a disgusting attitude. From what he said and his actions I am more inclined to believe it was an assault even though more evidence is needed, but it does seem like a planned assault. Maybe she did something to make Eric angry or didn’t listen to him, and that was the consequence. But there’s more to the story I think

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @jayne

      I watched the Ms. HK pageant for years and noticed how perverted Eric is towards the contestants, especially during the swimsuit round. I thought that I was the only one.

      I have been watching so much news about the ones who possibly raped Yammie and Eric was being accused as one of them. I am not that shocked as Eric seems to be very perverted. I also saw news of how it was Andy Lau who always took care of Yammie in spite of her bad state. I was touched and realized even more what a kind and wonderful person Andy truly is. Will you be posting some news about that? I am truly proud to like Andy for so many years. Andy has helped so many people and Dicky Cheung was one of them. Dicky said some very sweet things about Andy to express his forever gratitude towards him. Andy seems to treasure everyone he has ever known in his life.

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      • nomad822 replied:

        @hetieshou

        Seldom lasted through any beauty pageants as I consider them meat parades – both for the contestants and spectators. But from the times I skimmed through them, and the Ms Vancouver ones (with them moving to compete in Ms HK often) … Eric and Ah Lek as comperes could be very challenging to deal with.

        Ironically … Eric Tsang was one of those who helped out with Yammie too, back then. When everyone just looked as her as someone with MH. And he has always been charitable and kinda devout Buddhist like ttoo.

        While ‘lecherous’ – the whole trio actually: Ah Lek – Chan Pak Kiong, Eric and Alan Tam …. they’re all long time buddies. But I always thought among them – for Eric it was more an act – someone seemed to be the wise, down to earth man-mediator type to settle matters. Uncouth loud and brash yes, but without ill-intent.

        As I found Eric used to be quite 太过分 with all those Wasabi eating scenes back then too with his games for contestants. And all the water dunking games – where females were also quite exposed revealingly-vulnerable when they came out.

        But my impression also was his mouth harsh, he is brash-loud and uncouth …. but his heart is big and soft/good ie
        口硬心软 type of person.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @nomad822

        I used to enjoy the Ms HK pageants way back in the days when Eric was not the host yet but I did still enjoy them during the 90s. However, he did become “tai guo fen” as you said. The pageant these days seem like such a joke.

        I found it strange that he would help Yammie out especially if he was one of the ones that raped her. However, maybe he was doing that as a cover up. For some odd reason, I had this feeling in me that always told me that Eric is someone that just gives out a fake act as if he is kind but really is not. I still remember him calling that one guy a crap eating dog. Sorry but I love dogs and for him to say things like that sickens me. He does not seem like a nice person to me.

        At first I thought he was the type that had a harsh mouth but a soft heart too. However, over the years he seemed to be showing more and more of his true colors. The aura that he gave out became more and more creepy.

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      • jayne replied:

        @hetieshou Eric Tsang’s comments in Miss Hong Kong were very inappropriate before. Despite his vulgar mouth and questionable handling of Yu Sin Man on the set of “Fatal Vacation”, it is difficult to make presumptions about the alleged rape of Yammie Lam. In her 2013 interview with Next Media, she had mentioned the men’s names but they were beeped our. Perhaps Next knew that they would have a libel case on their hands if they released the unedited version. Yammie has been known to be mentally unstable and these are very serious allegations.

        It was reported in the past that Eric had tried to help Yammie on behalf of the Hong Kong Artiste Guild, where Andy Lau had tried to personally help Yammie. Our site did post a 2013 article which mention Andy offered Yammie $100k HKD but she refused it.

        Andy is a good man with a good heart.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @jayne
        You are right Jayne and I must say that I used to truly enjoy the pageant back in the days when Eric was not the host yet. At first Eric was ok but then his behavior and comments got out of hand. However, in spite of all the things he did, we truly do not know if he was one of men who raped Yammie back in the days. Only Yammie would know that but sadly on her state even if she did say that it was him, who would believe her? They would just dismiss her accusations as something a crazy woman would say.

        Andy is a very nice man with a heart of gold. Andy has helped out so many artists and anyone in need. Of course haters will dismiss all of his good deeds.

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  16. garylau says:

    Sexually violated ? Do you mean she was actually raped for that scene ? Was that last minute actor actually a porno guy ?

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  17. hetieshou says:

    Eric is truly sick and even if he gets lucky and gets away from the law due to his wealth and status, karma will bite him back sooner or later. Paper cannot hide fire forever.

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  18. megamiaow says:

    How does an incident like this get covered up? This is waaay worse than any hollywood #Metoo claims so far.

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  19. maya13 says:

    The title got me dumbfounded. I have so many questions after reading the whole article.

    1. Yu Sin Man was raped during the filming or was she frightened due to the filming of the rape scene was too real?

    2. It was stated Eric Tsang stepped out of the room and left only the cinematographer and the actors. But after that he said he heard cursing and went in to see Yu Sin Man hugged by the female artistic director. So the female artistic director was there during the filming?

    3. They said the actor was called in last minute but in the film, he had a number of screening time. And had he really rape Yu Sin Man during the rape scene, why was he still filming the whole movie?

    I watched the movie and honestly, the rape scene scared the hell out of me. Too long, too real (Eric Tsang got what he wanted obviously). And if those were the not so explicit scenes, I wonder how the “explicit” scenes would be. After the rape, Yu Sin Man’s character in the movie was practically “none existence”. She would be carried by the other characters when they tried to escape. The only 2 times where they had a close up look on her were 1st. she was dragged back to the prison room after the rape and 2nd, near the ending when she jumped out from the bus to revenge the rapist. I don’t know how to describe it but she was totally into the character. Was she completely traumatised after the “real” rape but had to continue filming or she was really one good actress.

    I am just totally so confused with this whole thing. Nevertheless, I js hope there was no real rape there.

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    • jayne replied:

      @maya13 The Chinese source did not use the word rape, but it was described as 戲假真做 which means “fake scene, real action”. In the context of this article, it means having real sex while taking advantage of the rape scene setup.

      It is implied from Eric Tsang’s response that filming had crossed Yu Sin Man’s comfort zone. This could mean penetration or unwanted sexual touching. It is implied that there had been a level of violation involved (which may or may not involve penetration) because Yu Sin Man is not in complete agreement with the way the actor was touching her.

      Suffice that Eric did not prep Yu Sin Man enough beforehand. Usually such scenes are rehearsed and discussed beforehand as to which parts of the body can be touched and how it will be touched to protect the actress involved. But Eric didn’t take care of his cast so he wasn’t a responsible director.

      In the Chinese source, it had mentioned that the female artistic director rushed into the room before Eric did. So they were both outside at the time.

      I have not seen “Fatal Vacation” but the way you described it, the rape scene sounds brutal. It may not be absolutely clear to what extent she was violated, but she was obviously shaken enough to portray a rape victim very realistically.

      I have seen Sin Man’s earlier TVB dramas and she is a bit stiff, quite cold toward her male co-stars in the romantic scenes.

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      • maya13 replied:

        @jayne Thanks for the explanation. It becomes clearer to me now.

        For the movie, u can go check it out at http://www.le.com Type “安乐战场“ . The scene is at around 38minutes +.

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      • funnlim replied:

        @maya13 Thanks for the link. Watched it. Scene was brief but brutal and that was the mild parts from what I can observe. It felt real, so for someone who didn’t know, it was best acting. I think the worse parts were censored so not sure what happened. I believe Eric did not explain and rehearse and walk her through the scenes therefore she felt used and violated.

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      • rainbow28 replied:

        @funnlim I believe that Eric did not explain, rehearse and walk the actor through the scenes neither. Eric probably just told the actor to act real and there is no limit.

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    • jjwong replied:

      @maya13 Sometime scenes aren’t filmed in sequence. In another word, what we see as an ending might had been filmed first. IDK if that’s the case for this film, just saying there’s a possibility why she might have seem “okay” in later scenes of the movie.

      @jayne Eric totally sounded like an irresponsible director. What director wouldn’t be in the room when his lead is filming… Also, respectfully request a complete and accurate translation from the source. You had to make many clarifications from Chinese article and this translated English article above. There seems to be discrepancies.

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      • jayne replied:

        @jjwong The above is my best attempt in summarizing the Chinese article. As the article did not state that Yu Sin Man was raped on set, I did not use it in the English version either. Eric’s response did not clearly say the degree of Yu Sin Man’s violation and whether it involved penetration. So it is up to our interpretation which was how the Chinese source had presented the information.

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  20. bubbletea says:

    @hetieshou, I remember reading something about Eric asking Andy Lau to check in on Yammie.. Maybe Andy was being used by Eric. If Eric did indeed rape Yammie, to pretend that he cares about her, and ask Andy to check up on, and care for her, that would make Eric look like a wonderful, caring man. It would also make him look innocent. Who better to have in your corner than Andy Lau?. You see, everyone loves and respects Andy so to have Andy to speak on his behalf as far as the Yammie situation is concern is a plus for Eric. I believe he used Andy. Pig Tsang is a very crafty man. All perverts are. They have to be crafty and manipulative to cover their tracks and secure insurance policies.

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    • rainbow28 replied:

      @bubbletea Oh really? So did Eric Tsang also asked Andy Lau to help Lau Ka Fai and to lend money to Dicky Cheung during their bad times? So it was not Andy’s kindness but Andy was used by Eric? Wow, Eric was so kind although he looks like a pervert.

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      • bubbletea replied:

        @rainbow28 I am not questioning Andy’s kindness here, or am I attacking him. I don’t think you understand my comment. Right now I would rather someone else try, try, try to explain it to you. I don’t have the time or patience.

        You should read others comment and try to understand them before you get all hot and bothered.

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      • hetieshou replied:

        @rainbow28

        I do not think @bubbletea meant it in that way. She is just basing on what she heard and read. I personally think Andy is truly helping Yammie out of the goodness of his heart but maybe Eric had a hand in it too, who knows? Many are not really questioning Andy’s intentions but Eric’s. As you have mentioned, Andy has helped out Lau Ka Fei, Dicky Cheung, Kent Cheng and many other artists who were in need so there should be no questions regarding Andy’s kindness and true intentions. Plus Andy and Yammie’s friendship goes very far back and that has nothing to do with Eric.

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      • bubbletea replied:

        @hetieshou I know Andy and Yammie are friends. Andy is known for giving his time, care and financial support to his frieds, even to strangers. Okay…. Yammie said Eric raped her. Maybe Eric asked Andy to look in on Yammie while pretending not to know what is wrong with her. In that way, he, Eric, looks innocent of any wrongdoing. Also, should Yammie blow the whistle, he can have Andy to vouch for him to say that Eric asked him, (Andy), to look in on Yammie. Andy is very respected and looked up to in Hong Kong. Having Andy to spesk on his behalf in the Yammie situation can be a big plus for Eric in a court of law. That is why I feel like Andy was unknowingly used by Eric. Perverts cover their tracks very well. They are very cunning. I was never questioning Andy’s generosity. It was amusing and somewhat annoyining to have my comment attacked for no reason whatsoever, lol.

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      • jjwong replied:

        @bubbletea You’ve colorful imagination and craft for storytelling. You should write for TVB 😉 We all know they need help lol.

        Question: “Yammie said Eric raped her.” Did Yammie really said that? Thought that audio record clip is already proven to be edited because the voices are different when it said Eric’s name. I’m not saying Eric is innocent. I’m genuinely like to know if it’s proven that she had said that.

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    • hetieshou replied:

      @bubbletea
      Really? But even if that were the case, I think Andy would still do all he can to help Yammie as they have had a very long friendship. They collaborated in Wong Fei Hung, Heir to the throne is and the movie Unwritten Law, so their friendship goes way back. Andy is known to help out any of his friends who are in need so I am sure Andy would help Yammie anyways at his own will which I am sure would have nothing to do with Eric. It is sad if Eric is using Andy but even if that were partially the case, I believe Andy is doing it out of his true concern for Yammie and the goodness of his heart not just because of Eric trying to cover up his bad deeds. Yammie did say that Andy is one of the very few people she trusts and I am sure she said that for a reason or reasons.

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