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Tomorrow is Another Day (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Sisterhood (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)Concerto Of The Bully (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
  • Tomorrow is Another Day (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Ray Lui (Actor) | Teresa Mo (Actor) | Ling Man Lung (Actor) | Bonnie Xian (Actor)
    The Way We Dance screenwriter Chan Tai Lee calls attention to marginalized communities in his acclaimed directorial debut Tomorrow Is Another Day. The moving Hong Kong drama premiered at the 2017 Hong Kong Asian Film Festival and received nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Asian Film Awards. Veteran actress Teresa Mo won Best Actress at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards for her nuanced portrayal of a resentful jilted housewife struggling to care for her autistic son, portrayed by Best New Performer winner Ling Man Lung.

    Wong Kam Fa (Teresa Mo) is a middle-aged housewife whose life revolves around her 20-year-old autistic son (Ling Man Lung). After learning that her husband (Ray Lui) is having an affair, she confronts him and plots to take revenge on the mistress. Other housewives in the neighborhood discover her secret and decide to join the scheme. In the process, Kam Fa begins to open up and forge a new path for herself and her son.

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  • Sisterhood (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Gigi Leung (Actor) | Jennifer Yu (Actor) | Fish Liew (Actor) | Elena Kong (Actor)
    Macau native Tracy Choi's directorial debut Sisterhood traces two women's intimate, evolving relationship in the rapidly changing landscape of Macau in the late nineties. Written by Milkyway Image screenwriter Au Kin Yee (Life Without Principle), the lesbian-themed melodrama won the Audience Choice Award at the inaugural Macau Film Festival. Gigi Leung stars as an alcohol-dependent woman who reminisces about her formative experiences as a young masseur in Macau and the soulmate who changed her life. The nineties portion of the moving story is brought alive by young actresses Jennifer Yu (In Your Dreams) and Fish Liew (Lazy Hazy Crazy), who was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Hong Kong Film Awards. Stephanie Che and Teresa Mak play the protagonist's friends in the present day, and Macau-born stars like Louis Castro, Terence Siufay and Soler's Dino make cameo appearances.

    Sei (Gigi Leung) manages a homestay inn in Taiwan with her husband (Li Li Ren). Her life is peaceful and comfortable, but her heart has never been at peace. News of a past friend's death suddenly awakens memories of her youth in Macau. She decides to return to the city she once called home, but it is no longer the Macau she remembers. Sei (Fish Liew) was a naïve 18-year-old when she began working at a massage parlor for the first time in the late nineties. There, she met and befriend the street-wise Ling (Jennifer Yu), who showed her the ropes. The two became very close and even decided to raise a child together. Confused feelings and changing times would send them down different paths, but neither could ever forget each other.

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  • Concerto Of The Bully (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Cherry Ngan (Actor) | Ronald Cheng (Actor) | Chrissie Chau (Actor) | Jacky Cai (Actor)
    Music opens up a new world for a troubled gangster and a gifted songwriter in the comedy-drama Concerto of the Bully. Directed by Fung Chih Chiang (The Bounty), the Hong Kong film stars Ronald Cheng (The Four) and Cherry Ngan (The Way We Dance) as a small-time criminal and a kidnap victim who develop an unlikely bond with each other through music. Also co-starring Chrissie Chau, Philip Keung and Michael Ning, Concerto of the Bully was nominated for four awards at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Actor for Ronald Cheng, and won Best Original Film Song.

    Hopelessly angry and aggressive hooligan Yung (Ronald Cheng) likes things that have a rhythm, such as music and fighting. The only remedy that soothes his outbursts is a mysterious demo track by an internet songwriter. His boss orders him to watch over Jamie (Cherry Ngan) and to hold her captive on a fishing platform in the middle of the sea. Much to Yung's surprise, it turns out that the kidnapped girl is the writer of the demo song. Jamie uses music therapy to calm down Yung and the two forge a curious bond. Amid this absurd situation, Jamie discovers that Yung has an amazing singing voice and finds the inspiration to write a beautiful song.

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