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Silent Witness (DVD) (Korea Version) DVD Region All

Aaron Kwok (Actor) | Sun Hong Lei (Actor) | Zhao Li Xin (Actor) | Ni Hong Jie (Actor)
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Silent Witness (DVD) (Korea Version)
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Offering a genre-bending, suspenseful and mesmerizing cinematic experience, new director Fei Xing's courtroom drama Silent Witness uses an engaging nonlinear approach to slowly but powerfully unveil the hidden truth behind a murder case while tackling essential Chinese ideologies and beliefs. Aaron Kwok stars as a prosecutor who goes head to head with a defense lawyer in a controversial court case involving a tycoon played by Sun Honglei. Silent Witness received Best Movie, Best Actor and Best Young Director at 2013's China Image Film Festival.

Tycoon Lin Tai's (Sun Honglei) celebrity fiancée is found dead in a parking lot and her daughter Lin Mengmeng (Deng Jiajia) is suspected of murder. Lin hires top-tier barrister Chao Li (Yu Nan) to defend for Mengmeng. Chaa Li ensures Lin a winning case with CCTV footage evidence showing an accident, but she's up against the equally eloquent prosecutor Tong Tao (Aaron Kwok). The two lawyers expose shocking secrets behind what seems to be a straightforward case.

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Product Title: Silent Witness (DVD) (Korea Version) 全民目擊 (DVD) (韓國版) 全民目击 (DVD) (韩国版) 全民目擊 (DVD) (韓国版) 침묵의 목격자 (DVD) (한국판)
Artist Name(s): Aaron Kwok (Actor) | Sun Hong Lei (Actor) | Zhao Li Xin (Actor) | Ni Hong Jie (Actor) | Tong Li Ya (Actor) | Chen Si Cheng (Actor) | Cica Zhou (Actor) | Deng Jia Jia (Actor) 郭富城 (Actor) | 孫紅雷 (Actor) | 趙立新 (Actor) | 倪虹潔 (Actor) | 佟 麗婭 (Actor) | 陳 思誠 (Actor) | 周韋彤 (Actor) | 鄧 家佳 (Actor) 郭富城 (Actor) | 孙红雷 (Actor) | 赵立新 (Actor) | 倪虹潔 (Actor) | 佟 丽娅 (Actor) | 陈 思诚 (Actor) | 周韦彤 (Actor) | 邓 家佳 (Actor) 郭富城 (アーロン・コック) (Actor) | 孫紅雷 (スン・ホンレイ) (Actor) | Zhao Li Xin (Actor) | ニー・ホンジェ[倪虹潔] (Actor) | 佟麗婭(トン・リーヤー ) (Actor) | Chen Si Cheng (Actor) | 周韋彤 (チョウ・ウェイトン, Cica) (Actor) | ドン・ジアジア (Actor) 곽부성 (Actor) | Sun Hong Lei (Actor) | Zhao Li Xin (Actor) | Ni Hong Jie (Actor) | Tong Li Ya (Actor) | Chen Si Cheng (Actor) | Cica Zhou (Actor) | Deng Jia Jia (Actor)
Director: Fei Xing 非行 非行 Fei Xing Fei Xing
Release Date: 2014-08-11
Subtitles: Korean
Country of Origin: China
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: All Region What is it?
Publisher: Art Vision (Korea)
Other Information: 1-Disc
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1036404493

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침묵의 목격자 (DVD) (한국판)

*Screen Format: 16:9 LB
*Sound Mix: CHINESE Dolby Digital

*Director: 비행 (Xing Fei 非行 )

줄거리 : 세상을 충격에 빠뜨린 놀라운 진실이 공개된다!

재계의 거물 임태의 약혼녀인 유명가수 양단이 살해되는 사건이 발생하자 중국대륙이 발칵 뒤집힌다. 게다가 이 사건의
유력한 용의자로 임태의 딸이 체포되어 기소되자 이 충격적인 재판에 모든 관심이 집중된다. 사건의 검사를 그 동안
세 차례에 걸쳐 임태를 사기혐의로 기소한 적 있는 동도가 맡게 되자 임태는 최고의 변호사로 통하는 주리를 선임해 딸의
무죄를 주장한다. 팽팽할 것만 같았던 재판은 임태의 운전기사 손위가 증인으로 출석해 자신이 진범이라고 주장하면서
싱겁게 끝나버리는 듯 했으나 검사 측에 사건을 원점으로 되돌릴만한 결정적인 동영상 제보가 접수되면서 충격적인 진실이
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Professional Review of "Silent Witness (DVD) (Korea Version)"

January 29, 2014

This professional review refers to Silent Witness (2013) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version)
Mainland legal thriller Silent Witness delivers the goods despite occasional – and also familiar – flaws. Aaron Kwok stars as Tong Tao, an intense prosecutor working on a sensational murder case. Lin Mengmeng (Deng Jiajia) is accused of murdering the cheating lover (Cica Zhou) of her father, financial entrepreneur Lin Tai (Sun Honglei), and Tong Tao would like nothing more than to stick it to Lin Tai by putting his beloved daughter away. For ten years, Tong Tao has attempted to indict Lin Tai for white collar wrongdoings, but Lin Tai has proven as slippery as he is successful. During the initial hearing, Tong Tao seems to have the upper hand, with all evidence swinging the prosecution’s way. However, when a key witness takes the stand, high-priced defense attorney Zhou Li (Yu Nan) quickly turns the tables. The win now seems assured for the defense, but Tong Tao suspects that Lin Tai may be using his formidable power to obstruct justice from behind the scenes.

Silent Witness opens with television news voiceovers introducing its main players like fighters in a WWE grudge match, but soon surpasses that cheesy intro with solid courtroom drama and clever storytelling. After witnessing the initial courtroom hearing that tips the case towards the defense, the film rewinds to take a closer look at Tong Tao, following his perspective as he witnesses Zhou Li's reversal in court. Tong Tao then receives an email tip from a pivotal "Silent Witness" to the murder, but after that revelation the film rewinds again…and then again, as both Zhou Li and Lin Tai get similar flashbacks and revealing focus. This non-linear storytelling was used previously by director Fei Xing in his Man Behind the Courtyard House, with the flashbacks adding unseen layers to the sympathetic madman played by Simon Yam. The Courtyard House flashbacks also offered new characters and tangential situations, creating an unfocused but also unexpectedly playful genre film.

Fei Xing refines and focuses this technique even further for Silent Witness. Rather than exploring one person as in Courtyard House, Fei performs the trick on multiple characters, frequently changing the narrative and audience expectations. Each flashback answers questions while also asking new ones, with some characters being revealed as far more than they initially seem. Indeed, Silent Witness is at its best when it’s adding depth to its characters and the actors perform their roles quite well. Aaron Kwok is the least impressive, always posing and gazing pretentiously, but he's not given much to do. Actually, the order in which each character is revealed – from Tong Tao to Zhou Li to Lin Tai – allows each actor to trump the previous one, with Yu Nan's intelligence and integrity proving more compelling than Aaron Kwok's patented intensity, and Sun Honglei eclipsing them both. Among the film's team of actors, Sun is easily the MVP, delivering a layered performance highlighted by remarkable underplaying.

The story and acting shore up the film’s weaker points, in particular the script, which becomes hammy and didactic. The narrative has clever turns, but the ultimate reasoning behind them is composed of generic themes and hackneyed emotions. The film also drags on a bit too long, seemingly climaxing again and again as it draws to its inevitable "justice must triumph" ending. The conveniences and contrivances stack up, and Fei Xing's direction isn't polished enough to cover up all the holes. Still, the story keeps the audience guessing for the majority of its running time, and the film proves so involving that the journey to the SAPPRFT-approved ending may seem like reward enough. As a commercial thriller, i.e., a movie that's aiming to satisfy an audience and not win artistic acclaim or geek cred, Silent Witness is solid stuff, and shows that thought, creativity and smarts may ultimately be the best tools for filmmakers to counteract the omnipresent content restrictions.

by Kozo - LoveHKFilm.com

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