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Love In Late Autumn (2016) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region All
Irene Wan (Actor, Producer)
| Patrick Tam Yiu Man (Actor)
| Zhao Bing Rui (Actor)
| Charmaine Fong (Actor)
Hong Kong actress Irene Wan takes on producer duties for the first time in her long career with the romantic melodrama Love in Late Autumn directed by Malaysian filmmaker Lim Kah Wai. Wan herself headlines as movie star Linda who especially takes leave from filming and flies to Shanghai in order to surprise her husband Ka Fai (Patrick Tam, Ip Man 3) on their tenth anniversary. However, Linda is shocked to discover that not only has Ka Fai forgotten about their anniversary, he might be carrying on an affair with his secretary (Charmaine Fong, Love is Elsewhere). In a fit of anger, Linda jumps on the nearest taxi and impulsively heads for Guilin, which she once visited with Ka Fai. On the long road trip, she begins to develop an affinity with taxi driver Han Lei (Zhao Bingrui, 72 Martyrs), an aspiring writer for whom Guilin also holds special meaning.
This edition includes trailer, making-of and still gallery.
Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe (2015) (Blu-ray) (2D + 3D) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Mark Chao (Actor)
| Yao Chen (Actor)
| Tiffany Tang (Actor)
| Feng Li (Actor)
Zhang Muye's best-selling novel series Ghost Blows Out the Light about tomb-raiding adventurers inspired two high-profile films in 2015, Wu'ershan's Mojin - The Lost Legend and Lu Chuan's Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe. While the former is a crowd-pleasing blockbuster adaptation, the latter turned into a different fantastical beast in the hands of auteur Lu Chuan. Known for acclaimed works like City of Life and Death and Kekexili: Mountain Patrol, Lu departs from the source material to offer his own atmospheric take of the action-adventure that once again confirms that the director makes films to his own beat. Featuring dazzling special effects and cinematography, Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe ventures into the great unknown with an all-star cast that includes Mark Chao, Yao Chen, Rhydian Vaughan, Li Chen, Tiffany Tang and Li Guangjie.
In 1979, Hu Bayi (Mark Chao), along with Professor Yang (Wang Qingxiang) and his daughter Shirley (Yao Chen), leads an expedition deep into the Kunlun Mountains to investigate the origins of some strange fossils. During the expedition, the team gets attacked by mysterious creatures and opens a tower harboring unknown powers. In the end, Bayi alone makes it back out of the mountain. After leaving the army, Bayi returns to Beijing where he regularly receives information from an unknown source concerning Professor Yang's research into an ancient tribe civilization. Strange events continue to occur including Shirley and Professor Yang seemingly returning from the dead. Guided by a mysterious force, Bayi must return to where this all started – the tower they opened years ago and a mystery that dates back centuries.
Port Of Call (2015) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Aaron Kwok (Actor)
| Michael Ning (Actor)
| Jessie Li (Chun Xia) (Actor)
| Maggie Shiu (Actor)
Based on a notorious real-life murder case, Port of Call swept seven awards at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards including Best Screenplay and all the acting prizes. Helmed by Philip Yung, who previously directed May We Chat and served as a writer on Rigor Mortis and As the Light Goes Out, the acclaimed film explores the circumstances around the grisly murder of a teen prostitute. As much a piercing human drama as it is a gory crime mystery, Port of Call delves into the alienated lives of both the victim and the killer leading up to their fatal encounter. Aaron Kwok won Best Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards for his turn as the weather-beaten detective trying to get to the bottom of the case, while Mainland Chinese actress Jessie Li makes her Best Actress-winning film debut as the tragic young woman at the center of the story. Hong Kong stage actor/musician Michael Ning won Best Supporting Actor at both the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Golden Horse Film Awards for his debut role as the murderer in question.
Veteran detective Chong (Aaron Kwok) is leading the investigation into a murder case in which the victim's body has been dismembered and disposed of in grisly manner. All signs point to the victim being 16-year-old prostitute Wang Jiamei (Jessie Li) and the perpetrator being deliveryman Ting (Michael Ning), the tenant of the dingy apartment in which the murder occurred. The two had met on the day of her death and there was no apparent motive. Ting soon calmly turns himself in and relays how he killed and dismembered Jiamei. Chong, however, keeps looking for more answers. How did Jiamei, who moved to Hong Kong from China to start a new life just over a year ago, become a high school dropout and a prostitute? And what led the gruff and disaffected but otherwise seemingly reasonable Ting to kill her on their first meeting?
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Hong Kong Films Awards 2016
- Best Film Nomination
- Best Director Nomination, Philip Yung
- Best Screenplay Winner, Philip Yung
- Best Actor Winner, Aaron Kwok
- Best Actress Winner, Jessie Li (Chun Xia)
- Best Supporting Actor Winner, Michael Ning
- Best Supporting Actress Winner, Elaine Jin
- Best New Performer Winner, Michael Ning
- Best New Performer Nomination, Jessie Li (Chun Xia)
- Best Cinematography Winner, Christopher Doyle
- Best Film Editing Nomination, Philip Yung
- Best Original Film Score Nomination
- Best Original Film Song Nomination