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  • Chow Yun Fat Goes Home

    July 17, 2005 • Film, NewsComments Off on Chow Yun Fat Goes Home

    Screen star CHOW YUN-FAT has agreed to work on a movie in his native Hong Kong for the first time in a decade after he fell in love with film-maker ANN HUI’s script. Screen star CHOW YUN-FAT has agreed to work on a movie in his native Hong Kong for the

  • Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing

    November 17, 2003 • Film, ProfilesComments Off on Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing

    Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing was born in Hong Kong on September 12, 1956; the youngest of ten children, his father was a successful tailor—and a largely unsuccessful father, as Leslie later recalled being a lonely and emotionally-neglected child. After receiving

  • Peace Hotel (1995)

    November 17, 2003 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on Peace Hotel (1995)

    Country: Hong Kong Director: Wai Ka-Fai Producer: John Woo (Ng Yu-Sam) Writer: Wai Ka-Fai Cast: Chow Yun-Fat, Cecilia Yip Tung, Chin Ho, Lau Shun, Wu Chien-Lien (Ng Sin-Lin) Running Time: 86 min Plot: Legend has it that a homicidal maniac massacred over 200

  • Once A Thief (1991)

    November 17, 2003 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on Once A Thief (1991)

    Director: John Woo (Ng Yu-Sam) Script: John Woo (Ng Yu-Sam) Producer: Terence Chang (Cheung Ka-Chun) Cast: Chow Yun-Fat, Leslie Cheung Kwok-Wing, Cherie Chung Cho-Hung, Paul Chu Kong, Kenneth Tsang Kong, John Woo (Ng Yu-Sam) Country: Hong Kong Language:

  • A Better Tomorrow III (1989)

    September 17, 2003 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on A Better Tomorrow III (1989)

    director Tsui Hark Tsui Hark and John Woo had a sort of a falling out, prompted by what seemed to be a lack of communication (and probably by Hark’s zealousness as a “controlling” producer), around the time that The Killer was made. Woo had

  • A Better Tomorrow (1986)

    August 29, 2003 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on A Better Tomorrow (1986)

    director John Woo The energy of the Hong Kong new wave was flagging by 1986, when it was rejuvenated by the long-deserved success of director John Woo and actor Chow Yun-Fat. The talented duo, teamed with actors Ti Lung, Leslie Cheung, and Waise Lee (as well

  • A Better Tomorrow II (1987)

    July 19, 2003 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on A Better Tomorrow II (1987)

    director John Woo, Tsui Hark Color 104 min Chow Yun-Fat is back as Mark Gor’s brother from New York, who dons Mark’s bullet-ridden overcoat the “gang” has been saving since the end of the first movie. The film is significant for its

  • An Autumn’s Tale (1987) HK

    April 27, 2003 • Film, ReviewsComments Off on An Autumn’s Tale (1987) HK

    Directors: Johnnie To Kei-Fung Script: Philip Cheng Chung-Tai Producer: Taap Ga Jan Cast: Chow Yun-Fat (Yeung Ah-Long), Sylvia Chang Ai-Chia (Sylvia Poon Por-Por), Wong Kwan Yuen (Porky), Ng Man-Tat (Dragon Ng) Merit: Winner – Chow Yun-Fat, Best Actor,