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77 Heartbreaks (2017) (Blu-ray + Book) (Special Limited Edition) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Charlene Choi (Actor)
| Pakho Chau (Actor)
| J.Arie (Actor)
| Yumiko Cheng (Actor)
Charlene Choi reteams with Sara director Herman Yau and writer Erica Li for the Hong Kong romance 77 Heartbreaks. Based on Erica Li's same-titled novel, the urban love story stars Charlene and singer-actor Pakho Chau (Guilty) as a long-time couple whose breakup forces them to face the many missteps and regrets of their relationship. Also featuring appearances by Michelle Wai, Anthony Wong, Gillian Chung, Francis Ng, Vicki Zhao, Kara Hui, Lawrence Cheng. J. Arie, Yumiko Cheng, Candy Lo and Fama, 77 Heartbreaks is a thoughtful and realistic examination of the intricacies of modern love and relationships.
After ten years together, Adam (Pakho Chau) and Eva (Charlene Choi) suddenly split up over a seemingly trivial matter. Shaken and confused by the breakup, Adam gets drunk and sleeps with his student Mandy (Michelle Wai). Later, he comes across Eva's journal and finally realizes that what was one small thing to him was actually the culmination of 77 times he's broken her heart over the years. Adam determinedly sets out to chase back his love, but the two will have to confront his drunken mistake and the secret that was torn out from the last page of Eva's journal.
This edition comes with a 77-page book.
The Sleep Curse (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Anthony Wong (Actor)
| Michelle Wai (Actor)
| Gordon Lam (Actor)
| Bryant Mak (Actor)
Hong Kong genre master Herman Yau takes audiences into a waking nightmare in the grotesque paranormal horror thriller The Sleep Curse. The director reunites with Anthony Wong, the star of his notorious 90s cult classics The Untold Story and Ebola Syndrome, for this wild and extreme return to blood, gore and exploitation precipitated by an insomnia curse of shocking origin.
Renowned neurology professor Lam Sik Ka (Anthony Wong) specializes in research on eliminating sleep to increase human productivity. One day, his ex-girlfriend Monique (Jojo Goh, The Loan Shark) suddenly appears to seek his help. Her family members are suffering from a fatal insomnia condition and displaying extremely erratic and aggressive behavior. To investigate the cause of the problem, Lam conducts gruesome experiments but strange things happen in the process. Lam himself also becomes infected and starts to feel the desire to consume human flesh. It turns out the present-day horrors are connected to a pair of sisters (Michelle Wai, Triad) and a tragedy that occurred 45 years ago.
This edition comes with making-of, trailer and still gallery.
29+1 (2016) (Blu-ray + Keyholder + Booklet + OST) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Joyce Cheng (Actor)
| Chrissie Chau (Actor)
| Kearen Pang (Director, Writer)
| Elaine Jin
Hong Kong stage producer and actor Kearen Pang makes her directorial debut with 29+1, based on her own acclaimed one-person show about the experiences and mindset of women entering their thirties. From 2005 to 2013, Pang presented over 90 sold-out shows of 29+1 in Hong Kong, Beijing and Macau. She brings her signature work to the silver screen through a thoughtful nostalgia-tinged drama about two 29-year-old Hong Kong women, played by Chrissie Chau (Break Up 100) and Joyce Cheng (Special Female Force), and how they navigate life's decisions, disappointments, expectations and misgivings as they approach the big 3-0.
Marketing executive Christy (Chrissie Chau) has many of the worries common to women of her age group, like career pressure, nagging parents and a stagnant relationship. As she nears 30, she's suddenly faced with an onset of challenges and gripped with anxiety for her future. Born on the exact same day as Christy, happy-go-lucky Tin Lok (Joyce Cheng) has no career or love life to speak of, but she always seems to be optimistic about life. Before her birthday, Lok packs her suitcase and heads out to realize her childhood dream, while Christy moves into Lok's apartment by chance. When Christy comes across Lok's journal, these two women of opposite personalities begin to enter each other's worlds.
This edition comes with a booklet, a keychain, a soundtrack CD and special features, including trailer, making-of and interviews.
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