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See You Tomorrow (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Angelababy (Yang Ying) (Actor)
| Tony Leung Chiu Wai (Actor)
| Kaneshiro Takeshi (Actor)
| Sandrine Pinna (Actor)
Wong Kar Wai produces novelist Zhang Jiajia's directorial debut See You Tomorrow, based on a story from his own book Passing From Your World. Tony Leung Chiu Wai and Takeshi Kaneshiro team up once again in their long overdue return to comedy. Adding to the star power are Angelababy (Rise of the Legend), Eason Chan (Office), Lynn Xiong (Ip Man), Du Juan (American Dreams in China) and Sandrine Pinna (A Touch of Light), plus cameo appearances by Lu Han (The Great Wall) and Chris Lee (Bodyguards and Assassins). Sprinkled with offbeat details, wacky set pieces and hilarious references, See You Tomorrow has the zany humor of an old-school Hong Kong comedy and the dazzling production values of a Jet Tone film, what with Peter Pau and Cao Yu on cinematography and WKW regulars Alfred Yau and William Chang on art direction and costume design. Besides the sumptuous visuals, the film's episodic structure and use of voiceover narration are also reminiscent of Wong Kar Wai works.
Chen Mo (Tony Leung) runs a bar with his quirky friend Guan Chun (Takeshi Kaneshiro), but more importantly, he's a "ferryman" who helps clients navigate the pain of heartbreak. Neighbor Xiao Yu (Angelababy) seeks his guidance on how to help her idol Ma Li (Eason Chan), a singer reeling from his breakup with Jiang Jie (Lynn Xiong). At the same time, Guan Chun's first love, amnesiac pie shop owner Mao Mao (Sandrine Pinna), suddenly returns to town with no memory of him or the family recipe. While Guan Chun goes to ridiculous lengths to help Mao Mao, Chen Mo takes Xiao Yu under his wing, but the process awakens the memories of his own past love.
Fooling Around Jiang Hu (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Jordan Chan (Actor)
| Alan Tam (Actor)
| Christine Ng (Actor)
| Jamie Chik (Actor)
Directed by noted comedy screenwriter and radio host Lam Chiu Wing, Fooling Around Jiang Hu sends up Hong Kong triad movies and mythos in an over-the-top parody-laden gangster comedy where anything goes. Veteran pop star Alan Tam plays triad godfather Kim who maintains peace in the underworld through friendly relations and generous helpings of egg tarts. Jordan Chan of Young and Dangerous fame plays the loud and cocky Lung, a younger gang boss in the organization who believes the time has come for him to be the top dog. To entrap the elder statesman, Lung sends out his wife (Christine Ng) as lure, and Kim's past stories of thwarted love and dreams are gradually uncovered.
Fooling Around Jiang Hu troops out an eclectic collection of Hong Kong actors and personalities for its supporting cast and cameos including 80s TVB actress Jaime Chik in a rare screen appearance as Kim's former girlfriend, Babyjohn Choi and Jacky Cai as a young couple inspired by A Moment of Romance and With or Without You, and comedy regulars like Bob Lam, Nat Chan, Luk Wing, C Kwan and Lo Hoi Pang.
Show Me Your Love (2016) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Raymond Wong (Actor)
| Paw Hee Ching (Actor)
| Ivana Wong (Actor)
| Michelle Wei (Actor)
An estranged mother and son seek love and reconciliation in the final days of her life in the moving drama Show Me Your Love directed by Malaysian filmmaker Ryon Lee (Seventh). Veteran actress Nina Paw Hee Ching (The Way We Are) was nominated for Best Actress at the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards for her role as the dementia-stricken mother while Raymond Wong (PTU) plays the son coming to terms with the impending loss of the absent mother he never understood.
Teacher Daren (Raymond Wong) has lived in Hong Kong since marrying his realtor wife (Ivana Wong). After twenty years away from home, he finally returns to Malaysia to attend his aunt's funeral and reencounters his estranged mother (Nina Paw). After all these years, she is still a gambler and a liar, but also suffering from sundown syndrome. Daren intends to send his mother into a nursing home, but when he learns that her days are numbered, he decides to stay for the final leg of her life. He comes across a list he wrote as a child of the wishes he wanted to fulfill for his mother, and sets out to make the wishes come true.
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