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The New King Of Comedy (2019) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Stephen Chow (Writer, Director, Producer)
| E Jing Wen (Actor)
| Wang Bao Qiang (Actor)
| Zhang Qi (Actor)
Twenty years after the classic King of Comedy, Stephen Chow returns with The New King of Comedy! The comedy king writes and directs an updated story about the trials and tribulations of a passionate bit actor who just needs a break. Continuing his tradition of discovering new actresses, Chow picked the relatively unknown E Jingwen to be the plucky star of the Chinese New Year blockbuster alongside Wang Baoqiang. Filled with nostalgic references to the original King of Comedy, the film is a classic Stephen Chow underdog story with awkward heroes, ridiculous gags, nonsensical comedy and that uncanny ability to stir hearts with tragicomic turns and bittersweet tenacity.
Dreamy (E Jingwen) is a background actor who has been futilely chasing her dreams at Hengdian World Studios for over ten years. With her plain appearances, not-so young age and shameless hamming, she constantly gets rejected and mocked even as an extra. But still, Dreamy believes and persists. She's elated when she gets selected for a film starring her childhood idol Marco (Wang Baoqiang), but the arrogant has-been turns out to be a bad actor who lashes out at everyone on set. Shaken awake by Marco's ill treatment and her boyfriend's betrayal, the disillusioned Dreamy realizes it may finally be time to give up on her dream.
Hidden Man (2018) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A
Liao Fan (Actor)
| Zhou Yun (Actor)
| Jiang Wen (Actor, Writer, Director)
| Eddie Peng (Actor)
Actor-director Jiang Wen serves up action and absurdity in the rollicking period comedy-drama Hidden Man, the final installment of his "Beiyang Trilogy." Adapted from Zhang Beihai's novel Xia Yin, the film continues the eccentric, larger-than-life style of Let the Bullets Fly and Gone with the Bullet against the complex backdrop of a 1930s Beijing filled with mobsters, spies, soldiers and foreigners. Eddie Peng (Operation Mekong) and Liao Fan (Black Coal, Thin Ice) face off in this violent yet kooky revenge tale packed with double crosses and double entendres. Jiang Wen himself also appears in the film along with actresses Zhou Yun (The Sun Also Rises) and Xu Qing (Mr. Six).
Fifteen years ago, Zhu Qianlong (Liao Fan) turned on his martial arts master and murdered his master's family in cold blood. One young boy, Li Tianran, survived the bloodbath and got taken in by an expat (Andy Friend). Raised in the U.S., Tianran (Eddie Peng) returns to China 15 years later as an American sleeper agent – and he wants revenge. In the shadowy terrain of 1936 Beiping, the earnest Tianran encounters many unpredictable elements and people that complicate his mission: aggressive Japanese soldiers, a manipulative businessman (Jiang Wen), a willful seductress (Xu Qing) and a captivating seamstress (Zhou Yun) who is planning a revenge of her own. He bides his time for the chance to kill Qianlong, who suspects Tianran's identity and makes moves of his own.
Last Letter (2018) (DVD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) DVD Region 3
Qin Hao (Actor)
| Zhou Xun (Actor)
| Du Jiang (Actor)
| Liu Si Bo (Actor)
Japanese writer-director Iwai Shunji, whose works have long been well received by Chinese audiences, makes his Chinese-language debut with Last Letter. Like Iwai's classic Love Letter, the film uses letter exchange to bring out a poignant story linking two generations of love and loss. Zhou Xun stars in the quietly arresting drama along with a supporting cast that includes teen actresses Zhang Zifeng (Chinatown Detective) and Ancy Deng (A Cool Fish), Qin Hao (Blind Massage), Du Jiang (Operation Red Sea) and Hu Ge (Nirvana in Fire). Produced by Peter Chan, Last Letter was nominated for Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress (Zhang Zifeng) at the 55th Golden Horse Film Awards.
Zhihua (Zhou Xuan) goes to the high school reunion of her older sister Zhinan who recently passed away. Mistaken for Zhinan the moment she arrives, Zhihua doesn't have the chance to explain and lets the misunderstanding stand. She re-encounters her adolescent crush Yin Chuan (Qin Hao), who liked Zhinan. After the meeting, the two begin to write to each other with Zhihua continuing to pose as Zhinan. To keep the correspondence a secret from her husband, she doesn't give Yin Chuan her real address. Yin Chuan sends a letter to Zhinan's address, and it's received by Zhihua's daughter Saran (Zhang Zifeng) and Zhinan's daughter Mumu (Deng Enxi) who decide to write back. Through the letters, Zhihua, Zhinan and Yin Chuan's past stories are gradually revealed.
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