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  • Operation Red Sea (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Zhang Yi (Actor) | Dante Lam (Director) | Johnny Huang (Actor) | Wang Qiang (Actor)
    Dante Lam follows Operation Mekong with the even bigger action blockbuster Operation Red Sea, the box office winner of the 2018 Chinese New Year releases. The gritty war film grossed over 3.6 billion yuan to become the second biggest Chinese film of all time. Operation Red Sea follows a Chinese assault team's military operations in a fictional war-torn African nation. Encompassing urban, naval and desert combat, sniper action, counter-terrorism, and stealth and guerrilla tactics, the film viscerally depicts the bloodily realistic conditions and dangers of modern-day warfare. Operation Red Sea features an ensemble cast that includes Zhang Yi (Dearest), rising star Johnny Huang (Addicted), Jiang Luxia (Vampire Warriors), Prince Mak of JJCC, and Zhang Hanyu in a special appearance. Simon Yam, Huo Siyan and Ian Wang also make cameo appearances.

    When a Chinese cargo ship gets attacked by pirates off the coast of the Somalia, the Chinese Navy deploys the elite Jiaolong assault team led by Yang Rui (Zhang Yi) to handle the situation. Though the rescue operation is successful, the team's primary sniper sustains a critical injury. Afterwards, the Jiaolong team, along with headstrong replacement sniper Gu Shun (Johnny Huang), is sent to the African nation of Yewair, which has fallen into civil warfare. The Jiaolong team must evacuate Chinese nationals to safety, but the streets have turned into an all-out war zone. Furthermore, the team must rescue a Chinese citizen who has been taken hostage by a heavily armed terrorist group that is after nuclear materials.

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  • Shed Skin Papa (2016) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3 Louis Koo (Actor) | Francis Ng (Actor) | Kristal Tin (Actor) | Jacky Cai (Actor)
    An elderly father ages backwards in the fantasy comedy-drama Shed Skin Papa starring Louis Koo and Francis Ng. Hong Kong theater veteran Roy Szeto, who turned Tsukuda Horihiko's award-winning play Nukegara into a successful local production in 2011, adapts the story again for his directorial debut about a father and son retracing life's steps together in magical manner. Also co-starring Jessie Li (Port of Call), Krystal Tin (Trivial Matters), Jacky Cai (Paradox) and Chen Kuan Tai, Shed Skin Papa screened at the 29th Tokyo International Film Festival, and it earned Francis Ng a Best Actor nomination at the 36th Hong Kong Film Awards.

    Struggling director Tin Lik Hang (Louis Koo) feels his life falling into a downward spiral after his mother (Jessie Li) passes away. His business goes bankrupt, his wife (Jacky Cai) wants a divorce, and he gets entangled with an ex-lover (Krystal Tin). Furthermore, he has to take care of his dementia-afflicted 79-year-old father Tin Yat Hung (Francis Ng). One day, Yat Hung begins to shed skin. Every day he sheds a layer of skin and becomes a decade younger! As Yat Hung ages from his sixties to eventually his teens, he and his son get closer and closer in age and in their relationship. They revisit past memories and experiences together, and Lik Hang gains a new understanding of his father and the struggles he faced at different ages.

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  • Angels Wear White (2017) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Taiwan Version) DVD Region 3 Zhou Mei Jun (Actor) | Vicky Chen (Actor) | Shi Ke (Actor) | Geng Le (Actor)
    Black Coal, Thin Ice producer Vivian Qu's sophomore directorial effort Angels Wear White, which garnered her Best Director at the 54th Golden Horse Film Awards, subtly unfolds a devastating account of sexual abuse and society's failure to protect the vulnerable. Carried by a powerfully resonant story and raw performances from the talented young cast, the acclaimed Chinese drama was selected for competition at the 74th Venice Film Festival and nominated in five categories at the 12th Asian Film Awards. Child star Zhou Meijun makes her acting debut as a sexual violence victim, while award-winning teen actress Vicky Chen (The Bold, The Corrupt, and the Beautiful) plays a secretive young woman who witnesses the crime.

    At a seaside hotel, young staffer Mia (Vicky Chen) fills in at reception for her co-worker (Peng Jing). That night, a middle-aged man checks in with two 12-year-old school girls, Xiaowen (Zhou Meijun) and Xinxin (Jiang Xinyue). Through the hotel's surveillance camera, Mia records video of the man forcibly entering the girls' room. Afraid of losing her job, Mia stays silent when the police come to investigate the sexual assault case. Hoping to escape her circumstances, Mia recklessly tries to make some money with her knowledge. Meanwhile, Xiaowen, who doesn't fully understand what happened, watches the adults around her – from her estranged ineffectual parents to corrupt and negligent authorities – deal with the stalled investigation and fallout.

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