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Shed Skin Papa (2016) (DVD) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Louis Koo (Actor)
| Francis Ng (Actor)
| Kristal Tin (Actor)
| Chen Kuan Tai (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.
The Leakers (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Julian Cheung (Actor)
| Charmaine Sheh (Actor)
| Francis Ng (Actor)
| Kent Cheng (Actor)
After scoring a hit with Shock Wave, Herman Yau continues in the police crime action genre with The Leakers. Francis Ng and Julian Cheung team up as two very different police officers – a coarse Hong Kong cop and a put-together Malaysian detective – who are investigating various deaths connected to a pharmaceutical company and a mysterious crime group. Racing against time amid the complications of extraterritorial criminal investigation and a burgeoning public health crisis, The Leakers weaves an unpredictable web of crime and conspiracy involving the pharmaceutical industry. The fast-paced thriller co-stars Charmaine Sheh (Line Walker) as an investigative journalist, as well as Kent Cheng, Wilfred Lau, Chrissie Chau, Sam Lee, Halina Tam and Louis Cheung.
A deadly epidemic breaks out in Malaysia, and pharmaceutical company Amanah develops a medicine that appears to be effective against the mosquito-borne disease. To curtail the epidemic, the medicine is quickly approved for mass distribution. In the midst of the disaster, a journalist (Sam Lee) and Teo Chun Loong, the eldest son of Amanah chairman Teo Jit Sin (Kent Cheng), are found dead. Inspector Lee Weng Kan (Julian Cheung) suspects that the two deaths are connected and tails Chun Loong's wife Peng (Chrissie Chau), who flees to Hong Kong. Grizzled cop David Wong (Francis Ng) is assigned to assist with finding Peng and Chairman Teo's missing second son Chun Yan (Wilfred Lau) in Hong Kong. Peng gives them the slip, only to turn up dead in an explosion. A group called The Leakers soon claims responsibility for Chun Yan's abduction and threatens to expose top secret information.
Tomorrow is Another Day (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Ling Man Lung (Actor)
| Teresa Mo (Actor)
| Ray Lui (Actor)
| Joyce Cheng (Actor)
The Way We Dance screenwriter Chan Tai Lee calls attention to marginalized communities in his acclaimed directorial debut Tomorrow Is Another Day. The moving Hong Kong drama premiered at the 2017 Hong Kong Asian Film Festival and received nominations at the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Asian Film Awards. Veteran actress Teresa Mo won Best Actress at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards for her nuanced portrayal of a resentful jilted housewife struggling to care for her autistic son, portrayed by Best New Performer winner Ling Man Lung.
Wong Kam Fa (Teresa Mo) is a middle-aged housewife whose life revolves around her 20-year-old autistic son (Ling Man Lung). After learning that her husband (Ray Lui) is having an affair, she confronts him and plots to take revenge on the mistress. Other housewives in the neighborhood discover her secret and offer gossipy advice of their own. In the process, Kam Fa begins to open up and forge a new path for herself and her son.
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