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It is composed in the key of C minor with Jackson's voice spanning from B♭ Lyrically, the song is based on sexual liberation, similar to the music of Barry White and Marvin Gaye.
Jackson sings about she and her lover having public displays of affection and sexual intercourse. Promis of All Music called the song "superb" and "subtle, sophisticated, syncopated, and jazzy". Kelly remix as a "meandering but ultimately sexy and engaging take", and "more straightforward pop and radio-friendly but doesn't relinquish its urban groove".
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However, Charlene does a good job of her role, it's just the age gap which is the problem.
Carrie Ng, on the other hand, who plays Ghost's ex-wife, is a more than adequate match, has better on-screen chemistry with Anthony Wong, and looks absolutely stunning for her age.
Oh, and did I mention that the gang in this film is also called "Hung Hing"... You certainly won't see anyone mincing along King's Road in a loud shirt, while telling everyone that they run North Point, and no-one is laughed at for claiming to be the new Causeway Bay branch leader - quite frankly, this gang don't seem to be able to (or even want to) run anything; for a start, they are all - as they will freely admit - getting old, so "running" in any way may be ill-advised, and they know it ;) Like many of the best Hong Kong films, this one mixes genres in varying degrees, but with varying success.The R&B song lyrically depicts Jackson having sexual intercourse in public. She has performed the song on several of her tours.According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com, "Any Time, Any Place" is written in common time with a slow tempo of 64 beats per minute.In early 1997, mobsters Kwai Ching-hung, Yip Kwok-foon and Cheuk Tze-keung, whom have never met one another, are all in Hong Kong.Thereafter, rumour has it that Hong Kong's three most ...
While the film clearly stands up well on its own, there is certainly potential for a "GPD2".