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The Way of the Dragon (1972) (Blu-ray) (4K Ultra-HD Remastered Collection) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Nora Miao (Actor)
| Bruce Lee (Actor, Director)
| Chuck Norris (Actor)
| Anthony Lau (Actor)
Known in the west as Return of the Dragon, Bruce Lee's The Way of the Dragon is another classic martial arts film featuring the Dragon at the peak of his powers! Bruce Lee is Tang Lung, a Hong Kong expatriate in Italy who gets the opportunity to use his fists when local thugs begin muscling in on the local Chinese restaurant. It's a simple exchange: the thugs set foot in the restaurant, and Tang Lung cuts loose with a flurry of kicks and punches designed to inflict the maximum amount of damage with the minimum amount of effort. Then, more fighting ensues.
The Way of the Dragon co-stars popular starlet Nora Miao, and is a true tour-de-force for Bruce Lee. Not only did he star in the film, but he also wrote, produced, and directed - and this is in addition to his expected action choreography duties. The results of his labor are a wildly entertaining martial arts film that's sure to make kung-fu fans of all ages grin from ear-to-ear. Most famously, The Way of the Dragon features a dramatic showdown between Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris in the confines of Rome's ancient Colosseum!
Happiness (2016) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region All
Carlos Chan (Actor)
| Kara Hui (Actor)
| James Wu (Actor)
| Lam Siu Ha (Actor)
Two lonely souls form an unlikely bond in the moving Hong Kong drama Happiness starring award-winning veteran actress Kara Hui and Carlos Chan (To The Fore). Seasoned screenwriter Lo Yiu Fai, whose writing credits include My Name is Fame, Crazy N`the City and Enter the Phoenix, directs the poignant grassroots story of an angry young man who gradually changes for the better through his chance acquaintance with a landlord suffering from dementia.
Short-tempered youth Yuk (Carlos Chan) moved from Mainland China back to Hong Kong after his mother's death, but he's had no luck reaching his estranged father. After losing his job and his room, he invites himself into the home of Aunt Fanny (Kara Hui), an absentminded older woman he met by chance on the street. Though still prone to angry outbursts, Yuk gradually gets his life together as he starts working at a community center and forms a bickering makeshift family with his eccentric landlord. However, they soon learn that Fanny's memory lapses are actually dementia symptoms that will worsen over time, and Yuk is her only possible caregiver.
Heaven in the Dark (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All
Jacky Cheung (Actor)
| Karena Lam (Actor)
| Law Lan (Actor)
| Anthony Wong (Actor)
Fourteen years after July Rhapsody, Karena Lam and Jacky Cheung reunite onscreen in the drama Heaven in the Dark, which garnered both stars acting nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards. Based on the 2005 Hong Kong stage play The French Kiss, the film is framed around a heated conversation between two people with conflicting memories of a past incident that greatly damaged their lives and faith. Heaven in the Dark marks the directorial debut of Karena Lam's husband, Steve Yuen Kim Wai, who previously directed commercials and music videos. Various well-known Hong Kong theater actors appear in the film including Chu Pak Him, Tyson Chak, Rosa Maria Velasco and Anthony Wong.
Former pastor Marco (Jacky Cheung) and Michelle (Karena Lam) cross paths at a party, and there is clearly history between them. The former is a cynical, disillusioned shell of a man; the latter is a mother and pastor's wife. Both still deeply hurt by the past, the two confront each other, reopening old wounds in search for reason and remorse. Five years ago, the ambitious and charismatic Marco was a respected pastor and the head of a non-profit organization, two worlds that he tries to keep separate. However, Michelle, a new junior staff member at his NGO, breaks the rules and joins his church congregation. Drawn to each other, the two grow increasingly close until one drunken night, they share a kiss. Soon after, Michelle sues Marco for sexual harassment in a highly publicized case that would change both of their lives.
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