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The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Shiga Lin (Actor)
| Pakho Chau (Actor)
| Bob Lam (Actor)
| Lin Min Cong (Actor)
Based on a novel by Due West: Our Sex Journey writer XXharuki, The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey sends up the ridiculous circumstances of Hong Kong living. Helmed by new directors Stephen Ng and Nero Ng, the viciously funny and locally oriented comedy-thriller uses crude and absurd characters and scenarios to comment on Hong Kong's astronomical housing prices and the struggles and delusions of the little guy in the big city.
Blogger Tsz Hin (Pakho Chau) has much to say about the real estate market online, but in real life, he can barely afford rent. To save money, he lies to his girlfriend (Shiga Lin) that he's going to New York for an internship, and instead secretly moves into a subdivided flat of space capsule-design units. There he meets a colorful array of equally broke and eccentric roommates, including a wacky landlord (Lam Man Chung), a clumsy robber (Bob Lam), a small-time gangster (Babyjohn Choi) and a frustrated driver (Louis Cheung), who resorts to outfitting his van into a love nest in order to sleep with his girlfriend (Joyce Cheng) – but somehow they end up in a shoot-out car chase instead.
Mad World (2017) (Blu-ray + OST) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Eric Tsang (Actor)
| Shawn Yue (Actor)
| Wong Chun (Director)
| Elaine Jin (Actor)
Realistically broaching the sensitive topic of mental health in Hong Kong society, Mad World has garnered a score of accolades, including Best New Director and Supporting Actor at the 53rd Golden Horse Awards, Best Director and Screenplay at the 23rd Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards, and Best New Director, Supporting Actor and Supporting Actress at the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards. Shawn Yue delivers his best performance as a man struggling with bipolar disorder in the subtle humanist drama from first-time director Wong Chun. Eric Tsang and Elaine Jin co-star as his parents, who play significant roles in his journey of pain and healing.
Financial analyst Tung (Shawn Yue) endures constant stress and pressure from work, his fiancee (Charmaine Fong) and his bedridden mother (Elaine Jin) until, one day, he has a breakdown. After spending some time in a mental health institution, Tung is discharged into the care of his estranged father (Eric Tsang), a truck driver who lives in a single room in a subdivided flat. Tung's father is at a loss over how to help his son as he tries to be a good parent for the first time. Meanwhile, Tung wants to reintegrate into society, but society - be it old acquaintances, prospective employers or concerned neighbors - isn't exactly welcoming. Each day, he makes small steps, both forwards and backwards, as he struggles to cope with his illness and the circumstances of his mother's death.
This edition comes with the film soundtrack.
Meow (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Ma Li (Actor)
| Louis Koo (Actor)
| Remus Choy (Actor)
| Ai Lun (Actor)
Having worked together on numerous action thrillers, director Benny Chan and star Louis Koo offer an unexpected change of pace with the family comedy Meow. Cats really are out to get you in this fantasy about an alien feline that ends up living with a wacky human family while it plots to take over the planet. Co-starring Ma Li (Goodbye Mr. Loser) and child stars Andy Huang and Liu Chutian as Koo's wife and kids, Meow is filled with slapstick, family drama, cats – real, animated and animal suit – and general weirdness.
In a distant corner of the universe, there exists a planet called Meow with a civilization more advanced than that of Earth. For centuries, the King of Meow has been sending scouts to Earth to collect information in preparation for an invasion. However, all the scouts that were dispatched never came back, because they settled comfortably on Earth as house pets. But now, with the future of Meow in danger, the King has decided that taking over Earth is the only path to survival. Meow's greatest warrior Xixili is sent as the vanguard but during the descent to Earth, he loses his powers and turns into a giant fat cat. Biding his time to recover his powers, Xixili takes up residence in the house of bumbling retired goalkeeper Wu (Louis Koo), who has mistaken the alien cat for his acquaintance's pet. At first, Xixili plans to destroy Wu's family of four but over time, he develops a genuine affection for the loud and crazy family. As the day for invasion draws near, Xixili must choose between his mission and his adopted family.
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