In the Ming dynasty of China, Shen Lian (starring Chang Chen), a secret police of corrupt government, is trapped by the conspiracy on a mission. To prove the innocence, he seeks the truth with a girl called Bei Zhai (starring Yang Mi).
A warrior named Da Hufa goes to save his prince from a dystopian village. He finds the dystopian village ruled by a fake God and his guards. In order to save the prince, Da hufa has to ... See full summary »
The story about an ambitious journalist who eagerly pursues a long-forgotten accident. When the sole survivor of the accident suddenly disappears, he realizes that nothing is what it seems, and the unimaginable dark truth will haunt him for the rest of his life.
This is a movie set in the late Ming Dynasty. The 3 main characters are all elite guards for the palace. One of their fellow guardsmen goes bad. His former companions must now forget their ... See full summary »
Taking place in the Tang Dynasty, a demon cat appears and breaks the peace of Chang'an City, causing a series of strange events. Poet Bai Letian and Monk Kukai join hands to investigate the... See full summary »
What will happen if your brain locates a memory that doesn't belong to you? In 2025, the memory-manipulation operation has been popularized across the world. Feng, a prestigious novelist (Huang Bo), deletes the memory of his failed marriage. But when he tries to recover the lost memories, he finds himself in the mind of a serial killer. He reaches out to police officer Shen (Duan Yihong) and when they begin to solve the case together, a conspiracy surfaces.Written by
Chinese/ Thai co-production about a man, going through a divorce, who has a procedure done which removes select memories from his mind. He later has the surgery reversed, to regain his lost memories, and finds his memory is now somehow linked with that of a killer, possibly a serial killer. A major problem is that he sees the memories the killer has * in first person *, so when he attempts to tell the local authorities, he becomes prime suspect in the double murder, and thrown into Hannibal Lector's plexiglass holding cell.
The subject of memory has always fascinated me, as I am burdened with an eidetic memory, so this film's premise obviously intrigued me, the surgical removal of painful memories, pleasurable memories, unforgettable things, things best left forgotten, so I enjoyed this film, but found it to be uneven, and a bit overlong.
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