I Love That Crazy Little Thing is a 2016 Chinese romantic comedy film directed by Snow Zou and starring William Chan, Tang Yixin and Jessica Jung. It was released in China by EMP Distribution (Beijing) and Wanda Shengshi Film Distribution on August 12, 2016
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