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Snuggle (2016) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
JC Wong (Director)
Directed by JC Wong (Fish Story), Hong Kong documentary Snuggle explores different generations' views on aging and death through the experiences of three families struggling with elderly caretaking and imminent loss. Commissioned by the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, the moving documentary was shot over two years, bearing witness to the difficult journeys and decisions of life and death confronted by ordinary people. The Lees face multiple tragedies in a short period of time as the patriarch, himself tormented with illness, deals with the grief of losing his daughter and wife. His son hopes that he will soon find peace in heaven. The Chans live in an elderly home and rely on their unmarried middle-aged daughter who has long carried the financial and emotional pressure of caring for them. Lam Siu Ming duly carries out filial responsibilities for the only family he has left, the cancer-stricken mentally disabled mother who abandoned him as a child.
This edition comes with a 62-page Chinese-English booklet that includes director JC Wong's thoughts and an essay by cultural critic Tang Ching Kin.
No. 1 Chung Ying Street (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Nick Yau (Actor)
| Fish Liew (Actor)
| Lo Chun Yip (Actor)
| Poon Fong Fong (Actor)
History doesn't repeat itself, but it often rhymes.
One of the most talked-about Hong Kong films of 2018, No. 1 Chung Ying Street links the city's rocky past and uncertain future by looking back at the leftist riots of 1967. Directed by Derek Chiu (The Road Less Traveled), the B&W independent film is divided into two parts set in 1967 and 2019. Starring Fish Liew (Sisterhood), Neo Yau (She Remembers, He Forgets) and Siuyeah Lo, the drama intertwines two restless generations and two contentious stories on No. 1 Chung Ying Street.
In 1967, four young people become involved in the leftist protests against the British colonial government that have gripped Hong Kong in violence and unrest. In 2019, three young activists cross paths with an old man who once participated in the 1967 riots. Both segments are centered in the town of Sha Tau Kok near the border with mainland China.
This edition includes making-of features.
Buyer Beware (2018) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Carlos Chan (Actor)
| Carmen Tong (Actor)
| Bryant Mak (Actor)
| Cheung Kwok Keung (Actor)
Real estate buyers have to deal with the double horror of property prices and haunted homes in Buyer Beware directed by Malaysian filmmaker Jeffrey Chiang (Dilarang Masuk). Ambitious real estate agent Charlie (Carlos Chan, Happiness) joins a property agency run by Gordon (Cheung Kwok Keung) and Lucy (Mimi Kung). He soon learns the secret to the agency's success: Gordon and Lucy purchase cheap properties whose previous tenants died inside and then sell high without disclosing the properties' grisly history to buyers. Though Charlie initially has reservations about the unethical practice, he sets aside his conscience for the high commission and even sells to his ex-girlfriend (Carmen Tong) and his good friend (Bryant Mak). Soon strange and horrifying events begin to befall the buyers of the haunted properties.
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