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The Moment (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Gordon Lam (Actor)
| Kaman Kong (Actor)
| Grace Ip (Actor)
| Eric Suen (Actor)
The nostalgic ensemble drama The Moment sends a love letter to Hong Kong through four stories linked by a portrait studio. Veteran television director and writer Wong Kwok Fai's debut feature gathers an eclectic locally minded cast that includes Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor winner Gordon Lam (Trivisa), Dada Chan (Vulgaria), singer Eric Suen, Kelvin Kwan (One Night in Taipei), TV actress Kaman Kong, stage actor Poon Chan Leung, music producer Eric Kwok (Robbery) and his wife, Grace Ip.
A real estate agent (Poon Chan Leung) is tasked to acquire an old property that houses a traditional photo studio, but the owner (Richard Ng) is bedridden and his tired son (Gordon Lam) refuses to sell. A middle-aged playboy (Eric Suen) picks up a young woman (Kaman Kong) at a club and brings her home, only to find out that she's his daughter seeking answers on why he left her mother years ago. A celebrity couple (Dada Chan, Kelvin Kwan) have recently broken up, but they're playing lovers in a romantic film. An analytical businesswoman (Grace Ip) rejects the proposal of her boyfriend (Eric Kwok), but regrets the decision afterwards.
Love Off the Cuff (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Miriam Yeung (Actor)
| Shawn Yue (Actor)
| Pang Ho Cheung (Director)
| Jiang Meng Jie (Actor)
Following Love in a Puff and Love in the Buff, Pang Ho Cheung's hit romantic comedy series reaches a turning point in the third installment, Love Off the Cuff. Miriam Yeung and Shawn Yue return as the quintessential Hong Kong couple Cherie and Jimmy. Having gone through the trials of breaking up and getting back together, the two have settled down into a comfortable life of cohabitation. However, Jimmy is still a kidult at heart whose thoughtless words and actions awaken Cherie's trust issues and uncertainties as they consider more serious topics of marriage and family. Meanwhile, the two must also deal with the disruptions caused by the unexpected arrival of Cherie's estranged philandering father (Paul Chun, A Simple Life) and Jimmy's coy childhood friend (Jiang Mengjie, Sword Master).
This edition comes with making-of, trailer, unreleased scenes, photo gallery and other special features.
A Nail Clipper Romance (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Zhou Dong Yu (Actor)
| Joseph Chang (Actor)
| Ekin Cheng (Actor)
| Hsieh Yi Lin (Actor)
Pang Ho Cheung produces the offbeat romance A Nail Clipper Romance, the directorial debut of cinematographer James Kwan, who previously worked on Pang's films as well as Cold War and Helios. Set in Hawaii, the quirky film stars Taiwan actor Joseph Chang (Sky on Fire) and Golden Horse-winning actress Zhou Dongyu (Soul Mate) as an amateur surfer and his capricious girlfriend who declares that she only eats nail clippers. Comedy regulars Na Dow (Godspeed) and Hsieh Yi Lin (Tiny Times) co-star as the protagonist's friends while Tiffany Hsu (The Tag-Along) and Ekin Cheng make special appearances. Based on a short story from Pang's 2009 book Trivial Matters, A Nail Clipper Romance explores the theme of trust in relationships. If you love someone, should you believe everything they say, no matter how preposterous?
Sean (Joseph Chang) is down in the dumps and distrusting of love after getting cheated on by his last girlfriend. Then one day, a strange girl comes storming into his life. Vivacious tattoo artist Emily (Zhou Dongyu) seems to always be full of energy and ideas, and Sean can't help getting swept away by her lovable and unpredictable personality. After they start dating, Emily confides to Sean that she is actually a "nail clipper monster." Since a young age, she has lived on a diet of nail clippers, and her dream is to open a nail clipper restaurant for all the other people like her.
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