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The Bodyguard
The Bodyguard follows a retired bodyguard (Hung) who has settled in the dark and unknown corner of the world where China, Russia and North Korea meet. Suffering from the beginnings of dementia, the bodyguard is befriended by a young girl whose life is threatened when her father (Lau) falls in with the local crime world. When the girl and her father disappear, the bodyguard must call upon his long forgotten skills to save the life of his young friend.

Director(s):

Sammo Hung

Screenwriter(s):

Jiang Jun

Cast:

Sammo Hung, Andy Lau, Zhu Yu Chen, Li Qin Qin, Jack Feng, Jacqueline Chan, Hu Jun, Feng Shao Feng, Eddie Peng Yuyan, Song Jia, Tsui Hark, Karl Maka, Dean Shek, Yuen Biao, Yuen Qiu, Yuen Wah, Yuen Ting, Yuen Bo

Executive

Producers:

Bill Kong, Andy Lau, Hugh Simon, TP Lim, Hao Lee

Co-Executive Producers:

Bill Kong, Andy Lau, Chan Pui Wah, Ivy Ho, Liu Erdong

Language:

Cantonese/ Mandarin

Country:

China/ Russia

Year:

2016

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Lost and Love

After losing his two-year-old son, Lei (Andy Lau) begins a fifteen-year-long journey in quest of his missing child. On the road, he comes across a young repairman, Zeng (Jing Boran), who was also kidnapped at the age of four. Agreeing to help each other’s cause, Lei accompanies Zeng to Chongqing to try to find his home, developing a fatherly relationship along the way.

Cast: Andy Lau Tak-wah, Jing Boran, Sandra Ng Kwan Yue, Tony Leung Ka Fai
Category: I
Director: Peng Sanyuan
Duration: 108 mins
Genre: Drama
Year: 2015
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Our Times

We all had to live through and rise above the awkward years in high school, and regardless how long it may have been a distant past you wish to forget, there’s always a beautiful memory somewhere waiting to be awaken. A joyful moment that truly belongs to you. An ordinary and unnoticeable high-school girl, Truly, has a crush on the most popular guy in school. Taiyu, a ruffian and a bully, is in love with the campus belle. By a quirk of fate, Taiyu invited Truly to enter a pack for the losers in love, an “Association of the Dumped”. Their mission is to tear the golden couple apart and helped each other to get the ones they love. In the 90s when floppy discs is the most common way to transfer files, and Internet is connected through a dial-ups system. Truly met Taiyu. They missed, they confessed and they bid goodbye. Eighteen years later, when the trendiest things have become old memories, when Truly meets her ‘puppy love’ once again, will they be able to rekindle their friendship and relive again the good old times?

Cast: Vivian Sung, Dino Lee, Darren Wang
Category: IIA
Language: Mandarin
Director: Chen Yu Shan
Duration: 135 mins
Genre: Drama, Comedy
Year: 2015
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My Voice, My Life
A lighthearted love story with a charming dose of fairy tale, the delightful Vivian Hsu plays a girl who is completely enamoured with shoes. One day, she meets her "Smiling Dentist" prince charming and they seem destined for a happily ever after journey... but do they? Debut feature one of the hottest new award-winning director in Taiwan with characters who will stay with you long after the film is over.
 

"My Voice, My Life" follows an unlikely group of misfit students from four Hong Kong schools cast together for a musical theater performance. From low self- esteem to blindness, each student confronts unique personal challenges in the process of developing his or her character. Teachers and administrators question whether this ragtag band will be able to work together, much less put on a successful show.

 

Many of the musical theater troupe's students come from Hong Kong's least-desirable, "Band 3" secondary schools, which admit the territory's academically under-performing students. Others come from a school for the blind that seeks to teach its students how to perform basic tasks and function in the sighted world. Brought together to sing, dance, and act, the students question their own abilities and balk at the spotlight.

Director:

Ruby Yang

Year/Length:

2014/91 min
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Firestorm
Firestorm
A lighthearted love story with a charming dose of fairy tale, the delightful Vivian Hsu plays a girl who is completely enamoured with shoes. One day, she meets her "Smiling Dentist" prince charming and they seem destined for a happily ever after journey... but do they? Debut feature one of the hottest new award-winning director in Taiwan with characters who will stay with you long after the film is over.
 

A storm is heading to the city of Hong Kong, and with it comes another occurrence so destructive, it vows to bring down everything it touches.

A crew of seasoned criminals led by the notorious Cao Nam (Hu Jun), armed with high-powered weapons, pulls off another smooth and violent armored car heist in broad daylight in a crowded street. Whoever tries to get in their way, they will show no mercy. This puts the police force to shame and humiliation.

 

A hardboiled senior police inspector Lui Ming-chit (Andy Lau), hot on the trails of Nam and his tight crew, determines to put an end to this madness that causes the lives of innocent people. But he soon comes face with the cruel reality that the usual police tactics are too futile to send these armed thieves behind bars. Extreme crime requires extreme justice, even if it means crossing his moral line. To Shing-bong (Gordon Lam), an ex-con desperate to leave his criminal past behind, volunteers to be Lui's informant in exchange for a fresh start with his girlfriend Yin Bing (Yao Chen). But little does he know what hellish situation he is getting himself into.

 

While Nam is putting together his next big score, the two colliding forces from both sides of the law, each at the top of their games, will soon face their archenemies. As Lui's hunt heats up, their ultimate confrontation is about to take place on the streets.

 

As the storm passes through and the dust settles, whoever survives can hardly cope with its horrifying aftermath.

Director:

Alan Yuen

Year/Length:

2013/119 min

Cast:

Andy Lau, Yao Chen, Gordon Lam, Hu Jun, Ray Lui, Eddie Cheung

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