The Lion Roars

The Lion Roars

Film poster
Traditional 我家有一隻河東獅
Simplified 我家有一只河东狮
Mandarin Wǒ Jiā Yǒu Yī Zhǐ Hé Dōng Shī
Cantonese Ngo2 Gaa1 Jau2 Jat1 Zek3 Ho4 Dung1 Si1
Directed by Joe Ma
Produced by Joe Ma
Ivy Kong
Thomas Leong
Written by Joe Ma
Sunny Chan
Felix Chong
Ivy Kong
Frankie Chung
Suen Ho-ho
Starring Louis Koo
Cecilia Cheung
Music by Lincoln Lo
Cinematography Cheung Man-po
Edited by Angie Lam
Distributed by China Star Entertainment Group
Release dates
  • 28 September 2002 (2002-09-28) (Hong Kong)
Running time
98 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Box office HK$11.9 million[1]

The Lion Roars is a 2002 Hong Kong comedy film produced and directed by Joe Ma. The film starred Louis Koo and Cecilia Cheung


During the Soong Dynasty, a beautiful woman named Moth Liu is searching for a husband, but is unable to find one until she hears the avant-garde poetry of Seasonal Chan. Soon the two are married and Chan discovers that his new bride is violently temperamental and insanely jealous, who limits his activities and lifestyle. When a princess falls in love with the poet and the Emperor decrees that Chan must take the princess in as a second-wife. The love between Liu and Chan is put to the test.



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