A sequel to Thou Shalt Not Swear. Chow reteams with Lau to investigate a murder. Chow's wife is the suspect! The victims are those who cheats on their wives. The killer turns out to be a ... See full summary »
Michael Man-Kin Chow,
Ching Wan Lau
After her birthday party, ad executive Michelle finds herself caught between cheerful Tony, dreamy Bill, youthful Jeb, and rich Tiger. Overwhelmed with stress, another complication quietly forms in her life.
A story about 2 detectives from 2 different countries investigating the same case. As their investigation brings them closer to the truth, they found out something else. What can it be, and what is the truth that lies within?
Lung (Nick Cheung), a hardworking property agent, is facing a serious situation in life. His girlfriend won't marry him unless he can buy her a 1000-sq ft. apartment in one year's time; ... See full summary »
An elegantly surprising real life experience via film that is highly character driven and makes excellent use of the camera in portraying a realistic environment throughout Beijing. 'Pirated Copy' - the films English title - uses the Black Market DVD peddlers on the Beijing streets as the films backdrop for the films character driven focus on interactions between people and their passion for film. Primarily, the film focuses on two couples - that term would apply to the second in more of a future sense - amongst the Beijing DVD pirates and their clients. The currently important issue of copyrights infringement/piracy - especially in China - coupled with the cinematographic style convey a startling realistic sense of a documentary. If you liked 'Real Fiction' (2000) (Ki-duk Kim) from Korea, definitely see this more recent film from China.
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