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  • Goldbuster (2017) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3 Sandra Ng (Actor, Director) | Francis Ng (Actor) | Shen Teng (Actor) | Alex Fong Chung Sun (Actor)
    Hong Kong comedy queen Sandra Ng makes her directorial debut with Goldbuster! Produced by husband Peter Chan, the horror comedy follows the hilarious antics revolving around the tenants of a building that may be haunted. Sandra Ng teams up with popular Chinese comedians Shen Teng (Goodbye Mr. Loser), Yue Yunpeng (Buddies in India) and Pan Binlong, as well as Zhang Yi (Dearest), Jiao Junyan (Medical Examiner Dr. Qin), Internet celebrity Papi Jiang and fellow Hong Kong veterans Francis Ng and Alex Fong Chung Sun, for this eclectic laughfest.

    Sandwiched between a construction site and a luxury estate, the Prestige Garden residence building has long fallen into disrepair.The building's tenants include a traditional medicine herbalist and his son, two married aspiring inventors, a wannabe Internet star and two ex-gangsters in hiding. These tenants don't dare to leave their dilapidated building in fear that they will be forced from their homes by unscrupulous real estate developers. One night, strange and terrifying things begin to happen at Prestige Garden. The tenants decide to hire master exorcist Ling (Sandra Ng) to bust the ghosts – and some laughs!

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  • Made In Hong Kong (1997) (Blu-ray) (4K Restored Version) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Sam Lee (Actor) | Andy Lau (Producer) | Fruit Chan (Director) | Li Dong Quan (Actor)
    Directed by Fruit Chan and produced by Andy Lau, Made in Hong Kong created quite a stir when it first hit the international film scene in 1997. Originally rejected from the Hong Kong International Film Festival, the film went on to acclaim at overseas festivals before returning triumphantly to its hometown, where it went on to win a slew of local awards, including Best Picture and Director at the Hong Kong Film Awards, as well as Best Director prizes from both the Hong Kong Film Critics Society and the Taiwan Golden Horse Awards. Made in Hong Kong established director Fruit Chan as a representative Asian filmmaker, and star Sam Lee (who was discovered by Chan while skateboarding on the street) went on to become one of the most ubiquitous and fastest rising stars in the Hong Kong entertainment circle. Famously shot on leftover film stock, Made in Hong Kong channels the true spirit of independent film, utilizing real locations, unknown actors, and a creativity and resourcefulness not seen in Hong Kong Cinema in some time.

    Autumn Moon (Sam Lee) is one step short of a triad, and an ocean removed from respectability. A go-nowhere, no-nothing nobody, Moon is the boss of his own gang, which has one member, a mentally slow fellow named Sylvester (Wembers Li), and passes his time playing basketball and collecting debts for local triad Wing. Marginalized by society and perhaps his own poor self-image, Moon nonetheless attempts to make his mark on the world, finding direction in his love for Ping (Neiky Yim), a young girl suffering from renal failure, and a chance connection to Susan (Amy Tam), a school girl who committed suicide. Moon's quest for personal significance is full of startling violence, lyrical emotion and surprising irony, and director Fruit Chan's camera is right there, infusing this street level Hong Kong tale with a vibrant and affecting immediacy. Made in Hong Kong succeeds on multiple levels - as a tale of disaffected youth, as a rude answer to the gangster-glorifying Young and Dangerous films, and as an affecting portrait of what it means to be born, bred, and buried in Hong Kong.

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  • Double Fixation (1987) (Blu-ray) (Digitally Remastered) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region All Cherie Chung (Actor) | Yon Fan (Director) | Jacky Cheung (Actor) | Wong Siu Fung (Actor)
    Yon Fan's 1987 Hitchcock homage Double Fixation employs the same Chinese title as Spellbound and a noir romance story reminiscent of Vertigo. Jacky Cheung, in one of his earliest film roles, plays the beleaguered hero whose life is thrown asunder by murder, mystery and the double allure of Cherie Chung.

    Photographer Jacky (Jacky Cheung) encounters a woman in red (Cherie Chung) on the street and he is instantly drawn to her. Soon after, he gets embroiled in a murder case due to an antique orb he was asked to take pictures of. Cherie helps save him, but she gets killed by an assassin. Lost and distraught, Jacky runs off to America. In San Francisco, he meets another woman named Jacqueline who looks exactly like Cherie.

    This edition comes with special features including director's message, trailer, time gallery, music video, Cherie Chung photo gallery and clippings.

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