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  • Chasing The Dragon (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Andy Lau (Actor) | Donnie Yen (Actor) | Wong Jing (Producer, Director, Writer) | Felix Wong (Actor)
    Hong Kong cinema titans Donnie Yen and Andy Lau team up in the highly anticipated crime action drama Chasing the Dragon. Co-directed by Wong Jing and Jason Kwan (A Nail Clipper Romance), the film about crime, corruption and brotherhood in 1960s and 70s Hong Kong revolves around a gangster and a cop inspired by notorious real-life figures: drug lord Ng Sek Ho, whose life was previously dramatized in To Be Number One, and corrupt sergeant Lui Lok whom Andy Lau portrayed in the Lee Rock series.

    In the 1960s, Ho (Donnie Yen) flees from Chaozhou to Hong Kong to seek a better life, but this rich and corrupt city has little for poor, uneducated folks like him. Ho and his friends barely get by as short-term laborers and occasionally take money to pose as gangsters for triad showdowns. During one of these gang fights for show, the brawl turns real and Ho gets into a violent confrontation with a vindictive British cop. Inspector Lee Rock (Andy Lau), who admires Ho's fighting skills, gets him out of prison. Ho later returns the favor by sacrificing his own leg to save Lee. Starting from the bottom rung of the Kowloon Walled City, Ho fights his way to the top of Hong Kong's drug empire. Meanwhile, Lee rises the ranks to become the top-ranking Chinese officer. Working together from opposite sides of the law, the two corner the drug market, eliminate enemies, accumulate riches and maintain the power balance of the underworld. The partnership begins to unravel, however, as Ho's aspirations grow and Lee sees the writing on the wall with the establishment of the ICAC.

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  • Manhunt (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Fukuyama Masaharu (Actor) | Zhang Han Yu (Actor) | Stephy Qi (Actor) | Ha Ji Won (Actor)
    John Woo returns to action with Manhunt, his highly anticipated remake of the same-titled 1976 Japanese crime thriller starring Takakura Ken. Woo pays homage to the legendary Japanese actor with a thriller that embraces bullet ballet, brotherhood, ballistic action and other hallmarks of the heroic bloodshed genre that he made famous. Based on a novel by Nishimura Juko, the original Manhunt was not only a classic in Japan, but also massively popular in China as the first foreign film to play in the mainland after the Cultural Revolution. Acclaimed Chinese actor Zhang Hanyu (Operation Mekong) steps into the role of the framed fugitive while Japanese actor Fukuyama Masaharu (The Third Murder) plays the detective on the chase. The throwback action fest's Pan-Asian cast also includes Chinese TV actress Stephy Qi, Korean actress Ha Ji Won and Japanese stars Kunimura Jun, Kurata Yasuaki, Sakuraba Nanami, Naoto Takenaka, Ikeuchi Hiroyuki and Saitoh Takumi.

    Chinese lawyer Du Qiu (Zhang Hanyu) has just completed work for a shady pharmaceutical company in Osaka and plans to leave for a new job in the States, despite the objections of the company boss Sakai (Kunimura Jun). After attending a company gathering, Du Qiu wakes up the next morning with a dead body beside him. Realizing he's been set up, Du Qiu goes on the run, but dogged detective Yamura (Fukuyama Masaharu) soon catches up. The two turn into unlikely partners on the dangerous mission to get to the bottom of the mystery.

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  • The Empty Hands (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Stephy Tang (Actor) | Chapman To (Writer, Actor, Director, Producer) | Stephen Au (Actor) | Kurata Yasuaki (Actor)
    Chapman To writes, directs, produces and appears in the critically praised drama The Empty Hands, starring Stephy Tang as a cynical young woman who rediscovers karate after her father's death. Stephy earned Best Actress at the 24th Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards and her first ever Hong Kong Film Awards nomination for her portrayal of a quintessential Hong Kong girl who reluctantly finds purpose and reconciliation by learning to fight again. Legendary Japanese actor Kurata Yasuaki co-stars as her father and Chapman To as her unlikely mentor in this offbeat and atmospheric drama.

    Born and raised in Hong Kong, Mari (Stephy Tang) was forced to learn karate from a young age by her Japanese father (Kurata Yasuaki), a strict karate teacher who ran a dojo in their home. She eventually quit the sport out of spite, and father and daughter never quite understood or communicated with each other despite living together. After her father passes away, Mari dreams of closing down the dojo and living off rent instead. Her dreams are dashed when she learns that her father left half the property to his former student Chan Keung (Chapman To), who suddenly shows up at her home after being released from prison. Chan Keung makes a proposition to the aimless Mari: if she is able to win a martial arts match, he will unconditionally return the property to her.

    This edition comes with making-of features.

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