To save the only child of the Zhao Family, whose entire clan was massacred at the hands of a nefarious minister, a doctor sacrifices his own son; after the Zhao child grows up, the doctor becomes intent on seeking his vengeance.
Dawn is ready to finish high school when her neglectful, party-loving mother is tragically killed, forcing Dawn to go to live with her Aunt Jamie who co-pastors a church with her husband, ... See full summary »
Mari Ane Anderson,
Mason Treviño Brown
After a "white lie" which spirals out of control, a neurotic, naive and musically gifted Muslim cleric's eldest son must follow through with an arranged marriage, except he is madly in love with an Australian born-Lebanese girl.
Island of Greed is a 1997 Hong Kong action crime thriller film directed by Michael Mak and starring Andy Lau and Tony Leung Ka-fai. The film is set and filmed in Taiwan and deals with corruption in the Government of the Republic of China.
Many of props, costumes and set pieces in the film are authentic. The Boyum home is the same home the real life Boyum's live in. The Larson home is the real Larson home. The Gi worn by actor Stephen Anthony Bailey was Michael Boyum's Gi he wore to teach his students. The white t-shirt with the karate logo Stephen wears in the breakfast scene was Michael's t-shirt he designed for his karate class. The Bible was Michael's. The Nunchucks were Michael's. The Church used in the film was the same church Michelle and Michael were actually married in. And not shown on camera, actor Stephen Anthony Bailey carried Michael's wallet and driver's license on him throughout the film. All of the letters and drawings and cards on the wall in Michael's room were from storage boxes Bonnie Boyum saved and allowed the production to use. Director Michael Linn wanted the film to feel as authentic as possible and capture the spirit of Michael and Michelle. See more »