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Discovered this film after reading about it from a Forbes article by Martin Fridson. I was very inspired how they put together such a solid film for such a little budget! Very realistic after searching on different scandals! I didn't know that much about Hong Kong. I am now thinking of a trip out there. I am interested in the behind the scenes writing and how they shot the film in so many countries. I am curious if that's how Macau is or is it more like Skyfall's macau? I also thought the use of chinglish was interesting by the HK veteran actors? They seemed very comfortable doing it! Hope to see more from these filmmakers!
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