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Writers:
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Release Date:
13 July 1996 (Hong Kong) See more »
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Awards:
4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Film noir, Hong Kong style See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Andy Lau ... Ding Lik (as Andy T.W. Lau)

Leslie Cheung ... Hui Man Keung (as Lesile K.W. Cheung)

Jing Ning ... Fung Ching Ching (as Ling Jing)

Woo-sung Jung ... Ryu So Hwang (as Jung Woo Sung)
Shun Lau ... Uncle Lau (as Lau Shun)

Hsing-Kuo Wu ... Fung King-Yiu (as Wu Hsing Kuo)
Amanda Lee ... Lai-Man (as Amanda W.M. Lee)
Almen Pui-Ha Wong ... Female Assassin (as Almen P.H. Wong)
Kin-Yan Lee (as Lee Kin Yan)
Kin-Yat Chan (as Chan Kit Yan)
Andy Tse (as Andy C.K. Tse)
Ka Chun Leung (as Leung Ka Chun)
Fai Kit Ng (as Ng Fi Kit)
Kam Bon Cheung (as Cheung Kam Bon)
Chun Yip (as Yip Chun)
Ham Yat Pak (as Pak Ham Yat)
Tsang Siu Ngai (as Ngai Tsang Siu)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Turbo Kong ... Japenese Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by
Man Kit Poon  (as Poon Man Kit)
 
Writing credits
Sandy Shaw (written by) (as Sandy L.K. Shaw) &
Matt Chow (written by) (as Chow Hoi Kwong) &
Man Kit Poon (written by) (as Poon Man Kit)

Produced by
Tiffany Chen .... administrative producer
Rita Fung .... coordinating producer (as Rita F.C. Fung)
Gin Lau .... coordinating producer (as Gin S.H. Lau)
Hark Tsui .... producer (as Tsui Hark)
Stanley Wu .... executive producer (as Stanley S.C. Wu)
 
Original Music by
Wai Lap Wu  (as Wu Wai Lap)
 
Cinematography by
Hang-Sang Poon  (as Poon Hang Sang)
 
Film Editing by
Marco Mak  (as Mak Chi Sin)
 
Production Design by
Bruce Yu  (as Ka On Yu)
 
Art Direction by
Bruce Yu  (as Bruce K.O. Yu)
 
Costume Design by
Bruce Yu  (as Ka On Yu)
 
Makeup Department
Wai-Fong Cheng .... makeup artist (as Cheung Wai Fong)
Lin Tai Lee .... hair stylist (as Lee Lin Tai)
Hing Sing Wong .... assistant makeup artist (as Wong Hing Sing)
Shiu Han Yau .... makeup artist (as Yau Shiu Han)
 
Production Management
Hin Koon Chan .... assistant production manager (as Chan Hin Kwun)
Tak-Wah Chow .... production manager (as Chow Tak Wah)
Pak-wah Leung .... unit manager (as Leung Pak Wah)
Marco Mak .... post-production manager (as Mak Chi Sin)
Kam Chiu Ng .... production manager
Chiu Kwong Shing .... unit manager (as Shing Chiu Kwong)
Kai Man Tin .... production manager (as Tin Kai Man)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Thomas Chow .... first assistant director (as Thomas W.K. Chow)
Albert Kai-kwong Mak .... second assistant director (as Albert K.K. Mak)
Yun Tao .... second unit director
 
Art Department
Leung Shun Chan .... assistant art director (as Chan Leung Shun)
Silver Cheung .... art director: second unit (as Cheung Sai Wan)
Wing Hing Law .... assistant property master (as Law Wing Hing)
Hon Chung Li .... assistant property master (as Li Hon Chung)
Yuen Mau Li .... property master (as Li Yuen Mau)
Simon So .... assistant art director (as Simon K.H. So)
Kwok Keung Tsui .... assistant art director (as Tsui Kwok Keung)
Kwong Tak Wong .... assistant property master (as Wong Kwong Tak)
Sik Ming Yeung .... assistant property master (as Yeung Sak Ming)
Chi Kin Young .... assistant art director (as Yung Chi Kin)
 
Sound Department
Peter Burgess .... sound effects editor
Vic Kaspar .... sound effects editor
Siu Leung Keung .... dialogue editor: Mandarin dialogue (as Keung Siu Leung)
Chung Keung Lee .... dialogue editor: Cantonese dialogue (as Lee Chung Keung)
Frank Lipson .... sound effects editor
Gavin Myers .... sound effects editor
Paul Pirola .... sound mixer
 
Special Effects by
Kwong-Hung Chan .... special effects: snake (as Chan Kwok Hung)
Bruce Law .... fire special effects (as Law Lai Yin)
Kin Hong Shiu .... special effects: snake (as Shiu Kin Hong)
 
Stunts
Bruce Law .... stunt coordinator: fire sequences and body burns
Wei Tung .... martial arts coordinator (as Tung Wai)
Ming-Sing Wong .... action choreographer (as Sam Wong)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kwok Hung Chan .... assistant camera: third unit
Kwok Hung Chan .... focus puller (as Chan Kwok Hung)
Sai Bun Cheung .... electrician (as Cheung Sai Bun)
Lin Yau Chow .... focus puller (as Chow Lin Yau)
Ka Yu Fu .... assistant camera (as Fu Ka Yu)
Yuk Tong Hung .... electrician (as Hung Yuk Tong)
Moon-Tong Lau .... cinematographer: third unit (as Lau Moon Tong)
Wing Lok Lee .... dolly grip (as Lee Wing Lok)
Jingle Ma .... cinematographer: second unit (as Ma Cho Shing)
Kam Wang Wan .... gaffer (as Wan Kam Wang)
Yat Sing Wan .... assistant camera (as Wan Yat Sing)
Wai-Chuen Wong .... gaffer (as Wong Wai Tsuen)
Hon Tung Yau .... assistant camera (as Yau Hon Tung)
Siu Ping Yee .... best boy (as Yee Siu Ping)
Tung Lung Yee .... electrician (as Yee Tung Lung)
Yuk Wah Yuen .... still photographer (as Yuen Yuk Wah)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Karin Chiu .... assistant costume designer (as Karin S.C. Chiu)
Yu Ho Tang .... wardrobe assistant (as Tang Yiu Ho)
Shun Lin Yeung .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Chi Wai Chan .... assistant editor (as Chan Chi Wai)
Lam Siu .... assistant editor (as Siu Lam)
 
Other crew
Charles Heung .... presenter
Keenie Ho .... continuity (as Keenie W.C. Ho)
Wai-Ching Ho .... script supervisor
Pak-wah Leung .... production assistant (as Leung Pak Wah)
Annie Tung .... production accountant
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Shanghai Grand" - Hong Kong (English title)
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Runtime:
96 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Charlie Yeung was originally chosen to play the role of Ching-Ching.See more »
Quotes:
Ding Lik:From now on, I want to share what I have with you in Shanghai.
Hui Man Keung:I am only a visitor in Shanghai. I'll certainly leave after doing my job here.
Ding Lik:Let's wait and see. Maybe you don't want to leave for something unknown.
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Soundtrack:
Sleeping AloneSee more »

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10 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Film noir, Hong Kong style, 6 July 2000
Author: Gerard Newham (keltic@zip.com.au) from Sydney, Australia

_Shanghai Grand_ is a beautifully filmed period gangster film set in, as the title might suggest, Shanghai. It's a very dark film with a film noir feel, gritty and, at times, graphically violent. The use of silent movie style placards to introduce different "chapters" in the film is novel and helps anchor _Shanghai Grand_ in the period in which it is set.

As is the case with many Honkonese films, themes of love, betrayal, honour and duty intertwine to create a complex and interesting plot; careful composition and cinematography add to the mix to make _Shanghai Grand_ a very proficient and worthwhile experience.

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