1. Wide shot crowd of fans leaving waiting area to walk towards funeral home where Anita Mui's body is kept
2. Long shot crowd of fans
3. Wide shot fans filing out of waiting area past bouquets of flowers towards funeral home
4. Wide shot fans crossing road to funeral home in background
5. Wide shot fans crossing road pan to fans walking up steps to funeral home entrance
6. Mid shot pull out to Jackie Chan arriving at funeral home
7. Wide shot Jackie Chan walking into funeral home
8. Wide shot inside funeral hall fans queueing up to pay last respects to Anita Mui
9. Wide shot inside funeral hall fans bowing to pay last respects to Anita Mui
10. Wide shot inside funeral hall, memorial to Anita Mui with flowers, including her picture
11. Close-up picture of Anita Mui, pull out
12. Wide shot Hong Kong stars sitting in funeral hall, including first row camera right Nicholas Tse, and in the middle of first row, Andy Hui
13. Mid shot Hong Kong star Jacky Cheung and others bowing to picture of Anita Mui inside funeral hall
14. Close-up Malaysian star Michelle Yeoh and Eddie Lau, Anita Mui's costume designer, sitting down in funeral hall
15. Mid shot pan Hong Kong stars including Andy Hui and Nicholas Tse
16. Close-up Hong Kong star Jacky Cheung sitting down in funeral hall
17. Close-up Hong Kong star Sammi Cheng sitting down in funeral hall
18. Mid shot Anita Mui's mother walks in to funeral hall and sits down
19. Wide shot Hong Kong star Sammi Cheng and Anita Mui's personal assistant bowing to Anita Mui's picture
20. Long shot rumoured ex-boyfriend of Anita Mui amongst stars in funeral hall
21. Wide shot group of fans standing in front of Anita Mui's picture in funeral hall
22. Various emotional fans in funeral hall
23. Mid shot rumoured ex-boyfriend of Anita Mui in funeral hall
24. Wide shot Chinese dissident Wu'er Kaixi walking into funeral hall carrying flowers
25. Wide shot Chinese dissident Wu'er Kaixi bowing to Anita Mui's picture
26. Wide shot film and music industry workers bowing to Anita Mui's picture
27. Mid shot Anita Mui's mother crying
28. Wide shot fans bowing to Anita Mui's picture
29. Various night shots fans walking into funeral home
30. SOUNDBITE (Cantonese) Voxpop, Anita Mui fan:
"Most of all it was really quiet inside the funeral hall because it's our intention to say goodbye to her without crying. Everyone followed the organisers' instructions to be quiet and solemn. The atmosphere inside was alright, it didn't feel too sad."
31. SOUNDBITE (Mandarin) Voxpop, Anita Mui fan:
"The funeral hall was full of white flowers and it was all very solemn. There were two TV sets playing Anita Mui's videos, her songs and her work."
Thousands of grieving fans have queued outside a Hong Kong funeral parlour to pay their final respects to the late Canto-pop diva Anita Mui, who died last month, aged 40.
Mourners filled two nearby basketball courts across the street from the Hong Kong Funeral Home, whose entrance was adorned with white wreaths. Some fans wore black sweat shirts reading "We'll miss you forever".
The territory's top stars also filed in to pay tribute, including singers Sammi Cheng and Gigi Leung and action movie star Jackie Chan.
A black-and-white portrait of Mui in top hat and suit, which was once used for an album cover, was displayed in the funeral home. A sign above the picture contained the Buddhist inscription, "Toward a heavenly place".
Hong Kong television networks said more than 3,000 people had gathered by Sunday evening. Some of the fans sobbed as they prepared to bid final farewell to the legendary pop singer and actress.
Mui died on December 30 of lung complications caused by cervical cancer. Her funeral service will take place on Monday.
Mui shot to fame in the 1980s, winning admirers across the Chinese-speaking world with her deep and melancholic voice. She also appeared in many acclaimed films, winning Taiwan's Golden Horse award for best actress in 1987 for her role as a tormented ghost in the movie "Rouge".
Canto-pop refers to hits sung in Cantonese, a Chinese dialect that is widely spoken in Hong Kong and in many overseas Chinese communities.
Mui also performed for charity and in 1989 she was part of a fund-raising effort for China's pro-democracy student movement, which mainland authorities crushed with a violent crackdown in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
On Sunday, former Chinese student leader Wu'er Kaixi, who lives in exile in Taiwan, was among the mourners.