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Painted Faces (1988) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Lam Ching Ying (Actor)
| Lee Dien Hing (Actor)
| Sammo Hung (Actor)
| Wu Ma (Actor)
In the 1960s, China Drama Academy, a Peking Opera school run by Yu Jim Yuen, was the childhood home and training grounds of many of Hong Kong's future action luminaries, including Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, Corey Yuen and Yuen Wah. Directed by Alex Law (An Autumn's Tale), the 1988 Hong Kong classic Painted Faces is based on the true story of Yu Jim Yuen and his famous pupils. The film swept six awards at the 25th Golden Horse Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Original Screenplay.
Stepping into the role of his teacher, Sammo Hung won Best Actor at the 8th Hong Kong Film Awards and the 33rd Asia Pacific Film Festival for his portrayal of the stern Master Yu, who persevered through tough conditions to teach acrobatics, martial arts and opera to the children left in his care. Under Master Yu's strict training, the young members of the Seven Little Fortunes troupe would grow up, take stage and eventually bring their talents to the film industry.
Colour of the Game (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Jordan Chan (Actor)
| Simon Yam (Actor)
| Philip Ng (Actor)
| Lau Siu Ming (Actor)
Over a decade since the crime dramas Colour of the Truth (2003) and Colour of the Loyalty (2005), Wong Jing completes the "Colour Trilogy" with Colour of the Game. Wong Jing writes and produces while passing directing duties to Kam Ka Wai (iGirl). Led by Simon Yam, Jordan Chan and martial artist Philip Ng, Colour of the Game delivers a violent Hong Kong triad film about gangsters who try to honor a fading code of brotherhood while caught in a brutal game. The old-school gang war includes Hong Kong cinema stalwarts like Eddie Cheung, Waise Lee, Kenny Wong, Lau Siu Ming and Lam Suet.
Seasoned gangster Wallace (Simon Yam) learns from his head (Lam Suet) that triad bosses Nigel (Waise Lee) and Dragon (Lau Siu Ming) are at odds. Dragon wants Nigel's son Robert dead, and Wallace is tasked with carrying out the execution. He assembles a team that includes his protégé Sky (Philip Ng), his daughter (Sabrina Qiu), up-and-comer Superman (Oscar Leung) and his old buddies BBQ (Eddie Cheung), a retired explosives expert, and Tyson (Jordan Chan), who is freshly released from prison. While planning the hit, the team discovers that Tyson's girlfriend is mixed up with Robert, and that the enemy seems to always be one step ahead of them. Wallace begins to suspect that there may be a mole on the team.
Tomorrow is Another Day (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Ray Lui (Actor)
| Teresa Mo (Actor)
| Ling Wen Long (Actor)
| Lam Kin Ming (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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