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Wu jian lucheng (1999)

Facing the death of his beloved wife, Fin throws himself into drugs and begins his life on the street that almost brings him to an end. With the help of a street-wise prostitute, he is ... See full summary »

Director:

Daniel Chan

Writer:

Kyle Davison
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ken Wong ... Fin
Josie Ho ... Kim
Akira Koieyama ... Junebug
Jimmy Ga Lok Wong Jimmy Ga Lok Wong ... Alex
Roy Cheung ... Mr. Chan
Sara Au Sara Au ... Shannon
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Jo Chim
Trey Farley
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Facing the death of his beloved wife, Fin throws himself into drugs and begins his life on the street that almost brings him to an end. With the help of a street-wise prostitute, he is clean again and finds himself falling in love with her. But, he's too late because it seems she is involved with someone else.... Written by L.H. Wong <lhw@sfs.org.sg>

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Country:

Hong Kong

Language:

Cantonese

Release Date:

21 October 1999 (Hong Kong) See more »

Also Known As:

Slow Fade See more »

Filming Locations:

Hong Kong, China

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Rymd Industries See more »
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Dolby Digital

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Color
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One of the better efforts from Hong Kong in 1999
22 December 1999 | by samurai-16See all my reviews

A film with a strong independent touch. Nice camera work, US post production and a convincing plot. Shown on several festivals (Cannes, Montreal, New York, Berlin and others), this is a film about a former triad member and now drug addict trying to start a new life with his girl. In flashbacks his story is told, how he got into the triads, how his wife was killed and how he became addicted to drugs. The end is depressive. For all those who hate Wong Jing movies... I viewed the HK VCD, which is letterboxed, with english subtitles and credits. Recommended, though not as good as for example "Where a Good Man Goes".


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