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Love Education (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3
Sylvia Chang (Actor, Writer, Director)
| Tian Zhuang Zhuang (Actor)
| Lang Yue Ting (Actor)
| Rene Liu (Actor)
Thirteen years after 20 30 40, Sylvia Chang again examines the relationships and viewpoints of women of different generations in Love Education. Chang writes, directs and stars in the perceptive drama about how three women in one family deal with love, loss, duty and discord. Love Education won Best Screenplay at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards and Best Actress at the 12th Asian Film Awards. Chang represents the middle-aged generation while Lan Yueting plays her headstrong daughter and Wu Yanshu plays her father's first wife.
Qiu Huiying (Sylvia Chang) is in a particularly irritable and emotional state as she nears retirement and confronts the passing of her mother. Believing that her mother's dying wish is to be buried with her late father, she travels to her father's provincial hometown with her husband (Tian Zhuangzhuang) and daughter Weiwei (Lang Yueting). Huiying wants to move her father's ancestral grave but Nana (Wu Yanshu), her father's first arranged wife, refuses to allow it. Nana has spent her entire life waiting and fulfilling her duties to a husband who left her behind soon after their marriage, and tending the grave is all she has left. Weiwei, who works at a TV station, brings a camera along and begins to make a story out of her mother and Nana's dispute. The lingering conflicts of the older generation shake Weiwei's already rocky relationships with her mother and her boyfriend (Geng Le).
This edition includes behind-the-scenes and trailer.
The Island (2018) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Huang Bo (Actor, Director)
| Shu Qi (Actor)
| Wang Bao Qiang (Actor)
| Guan Hu
Popular award-winning actor Huang Bo makes his directorial debut with the comedy The Island, one of China's biggest hits of 2018! Huang Bo rounds up his famous friends – including Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons co-star Shu Qi, Lost in Thailand co-star Wang Baoqiang and Go Fighting! castmate Lay (Zhang Yixing) of EXO – for the broadly entertaining blockbuster about shipwrecked passengers on a team-building company trip that goes terribly wrong. Xu Zheng and directors Guan Hu, Ning Hao and Teddy Chan also make cameo appearances in the film. Packed to the seams with a manic blend of gags, survival drama, romance, political allegory, social commentary, dance sequences and even a meteorite, The Island has something for just about everyone.
Debt-ridden Ma Jin (Huang Bo) joins a company duck tour along with boss Zhang (Yu Hewei) and other colleagues, including his buddy Xing (Lay Zhang) and his crush Shanshan (Shu Qi). While on the amphibious vehicle driven by Wang (Wang Baoqiang), Ma realizes he's won the lottery! Moments later, they get struck by a tsunami and end up shipwrecked on a remote island. Factions form and in-fighting breaks out as the stranded survivors panic, squabble, volley for power and flounder around trying to figure out what to do next. Ma, with his winning lottery ticket in his pocket, must rise to the occasion as a peacemaker before things go Lord of the Flies.
Bleeding Steel (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Jackie Chan (Producer, Actor)
| Show Luo (Actor)
| Xia Hou Qi Yu (Writer, Actor)
| Ou Yang Nana (Actor)
Jackie Chan battles bioroids in the sci-fi crime thriller Bleeding Steel! Directed by Leo Zhang (Chrysanthemum To The Beast), the film pairs the action veteran with Taiwan popstar Show Luo (Mermaid) and teen actress Ou Yang Nana (Mission Milano). Set mostly in Australia, Bleeding Steel adds a sci-fi twist to Jackie Chan's usual brand of action, comedy and heroics.
In 2007, special agent Lin Dong (Jackie Chan) is rushing to the hospital to see his dying daughter Xi Xi. On the way, he gets called for a mission to protect a witness. He turns back around to go rescue Dr. James (Kim Gyngell), a scientist on the run from bioroids, and gets caught in a massive explosion. Thirteen years later, Lin Dong is living quietly in Sydney, Australia, and acting as a secret protector for a teenage girl named Nancy (Ou Yang Nana). However, the sudden publication of a sci-fi book about a girl with a mechanical heart threatens to reveal the secret hidden in Nancy's body. Andre (Callan Mulvey), the biogenetically modified mercenary who attacked Dr. James years ago, appears again to abduct Nancy.
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