Sze Mei-yee started in film in the early 1980s as an actor, having appeared in New Wave director Alex Cheung’s Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (1983). Since then, he had performed in close to 50 films, including director Tony Au’s Profiles of Pleasure (1988), Eddie Fong’s Kawashima Yoshiko (1990),Tsui Hark’s The Raid (1991), comedian superstar Stephen Chow’s Flight Back to School II (1992), and director Herman Yau’s Master Q 2001 (2001). He also worked behind the camera, in such varied responsibilities as producing, scriptwriting, editing and art design. He was associate producer for eight films, including Yes, Madam (1985) and A Kid from Tibet (1992), as well as scriptwriting credit for several films, such as Vampire vs Vampire (1989) and Once Upon a Time in China and America (1997).
Sze had directed one film, the romantic drama The Movie Story (1996), starring Alice Lau and Kenneth Low.
He passed away in 2007.
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