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Film Review: A Witness Out of the Blue 犯罪現場 (2019) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: A Witness Out of the Blue 犯罪現場 (2019) - Hong Kong

A Witness Out of the Blue 犯罪現場 (2019) - Hong Kong   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Louis Koo continues to be the most stable and bankable Hong Kong actor this year with yet another convincing turn as the complicated robber with a diverting heart. “A Witness Out of the Blue” is a crime thriller romantic drama produced by veteran Derek Yee and directed by Fung Chih-chiang (in one of his best directorial efforts to date). Taking a leaf out of Hollywood crime thrillers, Fung inject a sense of energy in the numerous characters and supporting...

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TV Series: Defected 鐵探 (2019) - Hong Kong / China

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TV Series: Defected 鐵探 (2019) - Hong Kong / China

TV Series: Defected 鐵探 (2019) - Hong Kong / China Season 1: 45 minutes x 30 episode   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   One of the best police crime thriller TVB series in years, comes “Defected” a joint venture with Tencent Digital China, the series reached peak viewing local figures. It became the first TVB series to be screened internationally by Netflix. With a star studded cast of Kara Wai, Philip Keung, Benjamin Yuen,  Sisley Choi,  Mat Yeung, Oscar Leung, Grace Wong, Benz Hui and Ben Wong, directors So Man-Chung and Carmen So manages to excel...

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38HKFA Coverage: Tracey 翠絲 (2019) - Hong Kong

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38HKFA Coverage: Tracey 翠絲 (2019) - Hong Kong

38HKFA Coverage: Tracey 翠絲 (2019) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)Commercial Hong Kong cinema rarely goes the daring route in portraying a story of a transsexual played by the evergreen and Best Actor nominee Philip Keung. Scripted and produced by veteran film critic Shu Qi, the film attempts to deal with a wide spectrum of controversial and day to day topics, including family dynamics, sexual orientation and acceptance of oneself and society. New director Jun Li does extremely well in capturing the small happiness and interesting delights of being oneself and rhythm well with...

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