Fiona Sit, Sammul Chan and Michael Tao were filming earlier at Tseung Kwan O for TVB’s new series “Cadets on the Beat” in a cameo scene where Fiona reprises her role to show her character being killed off in action. The scene tells of her character fighting with a criminal in a scene and in order to save Sammul, she takes a bullet and dies. Before the camera, Fiona played out the death scene vigorously, but behid the camera, the superstitious Fiona was quick to ask the crew for a lucky packet.
Having also brought along her own lucky packet, Fiona says that she is very superstitious about these things: “My dad is very superstitious too and he has given me a lucky packet already, just in case TVB don’t give me one so I can just ask them to put some money in it. Originally they had arranged for my character to die where a real police officer had died, but it was too scary and I would not do it there. Take Granville Road, where there was a murder earlier, when I go around the area, I daren’t look around too much.”
Although Fiona’s character dies in the show, she feels that to give your life to save your lover is a very romantic thing, but Sammul is not receptive to this, laughing: “You can be romantic, but in the scenes following that, I have to cry a lot and it will be hard work for me!”
Michael was asked about the reports that he had been having a secret affair with Kenix Kwok for eleven years and he says calmly: “No-one will believe that and the reports will not affect me or Kenix. If you add this to the four years that she was alleged to have spent with Hacken, then that makes 15 years – I don’t think she has so much time!”