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Mei Ah Midnight FM (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah Midnight FM (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 13.00
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Tonight is late night radio host Sun Young's (Soo Ae) final show. The next morning she will be flying to the States with her ill daughter. During the program, she receives a shocking phone message: her family has been taken hostage. Threatening to kill her family if she doesn't do as he says, the caller (Yoo Ji Tae) sends her instructions, starting with requests for obscure songs. Sun Young has two hours to save her family - and her live broadcast cannot stop. Directed by Kim Sang Man (Girl Scout), Midnight FM takes its suspenseful standoff to the airwaves for a tightly wound thriller that enthralls from beginning to end. Acclaimed actor Yoo Ji Tae (Old Boy) delivers another versatile performance as the increasingly unhinged psychotic caller, but it's Soo Ae (Sunny) who truly shines on screen and on air as the embattled heroine who fights back with everything's she got.
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Tonight is late night radio host Sun Young's (Soo Ae) final show. The next morning she will be flying to the States with her ill daughter. During the program, she receives a shocking phone message: her family has been taken hostage. Threatening to kill her family if she doesn't do as he says, the caller (Yoo Ji Tae) sends her instructions, starting with requests for obscure songs. Sun Young has two hours to save her family - and her live broadcast cannot stop. Directed by Kim Sang Man (Girl Scout), Midnight FM takes its suspenseful standoff to the airwaves for a tightly wound thriller that enthralls from beginning to end. Acclaimed actor Yoo Ji Tae (Old Boy) delivers another versatile performance as the increasingly unhinged psychotic caller, but it's Soo Ae (Sunny) who truly shines on screen and on air as the embattled heroine who fights back with everything's she got.
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Mei Ah Crows Zero II (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah Crows Zero II (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 13.00
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Miike Takashi hit box office gold in 2007 with the high school brawler Crows Zero based on Takahashi Hiroshi's best-selling manga. Picking up the story right after the first film, the highly anticipated blockbuster sequel Crows Zero II throws audiences right back into the hyper-stylized world of high school gang violence. Oguri Shun returns as Takaya Genji, whom we last saw fighting his way up the pecking order of gang-infested Suzuran High in hopes of uniting the school under his rule. His chief rival in the first film, Yamada Takayuki, is back, as well as Takaoka Sosuke, Kiritani Kenta, Daito Shunsuke, Yabe Kyosuke, Kamiji Yusuke, Flame's Izaki Yusuke and Izaki Hisato, and sometimes flame Kuroki Meisa. Some new delinquents have been added to the fighting fray including Miura Haruma (Gokusen), Abe Shinnosuke (The Sword of Alexander), and Kaneko Nobuaki (Be-Bop High School). Genji (Oguri Shun) is the new king of Suzuran High after beating Serizawa (Yamada Takayuki), but the school is more fragmented than ever. Suzuran's old rivalry with Hosen Academy flares up again when a former Suzuran student (Abe Shinnosuke) who knifed a Hosen student to death two years ago is released from jail. Hosen's leader Taiga (Kaneko Nobuaki) sends out the boys to get revenge, and Genji unknowingly throws the first punch, breaking the tenuous ceasefire between the two schools. It's all-out gang war all over again, but Genji's fighting on two fronts trying to unite a divided Suzuran against Hosen.
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Miike Takashi hit box office gold in 2007 with the high school brawler Crows Zero based on Takahashi Hiroshi's best-selling manga. Picking up the story right after the first film, the highly anticipated blockbuster sequel Crows Zero II throws audiences right back into the hyper-stylized world of high school gang violence. Oguri Shun returns as Takaya Genji, whom we last saw fighting his way up the pecking order of gang-infested Suzuran High in hopes of uniting the school under his rule. His chief rival in the first film, Yamada Takayuki, is back, as well as Takaoka Sosuke, Kiritani Kenta, Daito Shunsuke, Yabe Kyosuke, Kamiji Yusuke, Flame's Izaki Yusuke and Izaki Hisato, and sometimes flame Kuroki Meisa. Some new delinquents have been added to the fighting fray including Miura Haruma (Gokusen), Abe Shinnosuke (The Sword of Alexander), and Kaneko Nobuaki (Be-Bop High School). Genji (Oguri Shun) is the new king of Suzuran High after beating Serizawa (Yamada Takayuki), but the school is more fragmented than ever. Suzuran's old rivalry with Hosen Academy flares up again when a former Suzuran student (Abe Shinnosuke) who knifed a Hosen student to death two years ago is released from jail. Hosen's leader Taiga (Kaneko Nobuaki) sends out the boys to get revenge, and Genji unknowingly throws the first punch, breaking the tenuous ceasefire between the two schools. It's all-out gang war all over again, but Genji's fighting on two fronts trying to unite a divided Suzuran against Hosen.
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Mei Ah An Eternal Combat (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 21.70 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah An Eternal Combat (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 21.70
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Time travel and Taoist ghost-busting collide in An Eternal Combat, a horror-fantasy starring the late, great Lam Ching Ying. An evil Japanese Ghost is terrorizing ancient China, so the Emperor assigns Taoist priest Lam Ching Ying to take out the ghost with the help of assistants Turtle Wong and Sing Fui On. After the ghost possesses a beautiful woman named Cici (Joey Wang), the Taoist priest opens the "Heaven's Gate", an inter-space portal which sucks the ghost - and everyone else - into the future. Now trapped in early-nineties Hong Kong, the team of ghost busters must contend with the still-at-large ghost, Cici's reincarnation Gigi (also Joey Wong), and worst of all, modern urban Hong Kong! And if the culture shock wasn't bad enough, Gigi's psychotic ex-boyfriend (legendary Hong Kong Cinema wild man Anthony Wong) shows up to terrorize his former girlfriend. Amusing comedy, sudden moments of horror, and some entertaining Taoist ghostbusting from Lam Ching Ying make An Eternal Combat a Hong Kong Cinema pleasure!
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Time travel and Taoist ghost-busting collide in An Eternal Combat, a horror-fantasy starring the late, great Lam Ching Ying. An evil Japanese Ghost is terrorizing ancient China, so the Emperor assigns Taoist priest Lam Ching Ying to take out the ghost with the help of assistants Turtle Wong and Sing Fui On. After the ghost possesses a beautiful woman named Cici (Joey Wang), the Taoist priest opens the "Heaven's Gate", an inter-space portal which sucks the ghost - and everyone else - into the future. Now trapped in early-nineties Hong Kong, the team of ghost busters must contend with the still-at-large ghost, Cici's reincarnation Gigi (also Joey Wong), and worst of all, modern urban Hong Kong! And if the culture shock wasn't bad enough, Gigi's psychotic ex-boyfriend (legendary Hong Kong Cinema wild man Anthony Wong) shows up to terrorize his former girlfriend. Amusing comedy, sudden moments of horror, and some entertaining Taoist ghostbusting from Lam Ching Ying make An Eternal Combat a Hong Kong Cinema pleasure!
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Mei Ah Crazy Crooks (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 30.40 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah Crazy Crooks (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 30.40
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Crazy Crooks (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
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Mei Ah Crows Episode 0 (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah Crows Episode 0 (VCD) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 13.00
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Prolific maverick director Miike Takashi certainly kept the masses happy in 2007 with the release of three high-profile ready-made cult films. Sukiyaki Western Django and Like a Dragon both had enough Miike magic to spare, but it's Crows - Episode 0 that comes out on top of the heap as the auteur's most commercially successful film to date. Thanks to his extreme themes and even more extreme presentation, Miike alienates as much as he attracts, but he's got a legitimate box office hit on his hands with Crows - Episode 0. Based on Takahashi Hiroshi's bestselling manga Crows, Crows - Episode 0 takes Miike to familiar territory - high school gang violence - and he cuts through the subject matter at high-octane speed for a stylized, action-packed, and entertaining schoolyard brawl of a movie. Delving into the hyper-stylized world of feuding high school gangs, Crows - Episode 0 actually takes place before the events of the manga (hence the title), setting up the origins and rivalries of the iconic characters. Other than the avid fanbase that already exists for the manga, Crows - Episode 0 gets some extra box office pull with the casting of heartthrobs Oguri Shun (Kisaragi) and Yamada Takayuki (Train Man) as the lead delinquents. Oguri, who also featured in Miike's Sukiyaki Western Django, continues to impress as one of Japanese cinema's most talented young stars, while Yamada Takayuki leaves behind the sensitive romantic lead image he's cultivated from numerous tearjerkers for a hard-hitting bout in the ring. Rounding out the film's problem teenager cast are Yabe Kyousuke (Dead or Alive, Kids Return), Kuroki Meisa (Under the Same Moon), and Izaki Yusuke and Izaki Hisato from boy band Flame. Takaya Genji (Oguri Shun) just transferred to Suzuran, a high school notorious for its gang violence. At Suzuran High, hallways are battle zones, bloody brawls are everyday occurrences, and student life is dominated by the political winds of the school's many factions. Genji didn't end up here by accident though. He's here to do what even his yakuza father (Kishitani Goro) couldn't accomplish years before - rule the school. Already stirring up a storm on the first day, Genji is determined to fight his way up the pecking order and unite the gangs. But not if alpha crow Serizawa Tamao (Yamada Takayuki) has anything to say about it.
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Prolific maverick director Miike Takashi certainly kept the masses happy in 2007 with the release of three high-profile ready-made cult films. Sukiyaki Western Django and Like a Dragon both had enough Miike magic to spare, but it's Crows - Episode 0 that comes out on top of the heap as the auteur's most commercially successful film to date. Thanks to his extreme themes and even more extreme presentation, Miike alienates as much as he attracts, but he's got a legitimate box office hit on his hands with Crows - Episode 0. Based on Takahashi Hiroshi's bestselling manga Crows, Crows - Episode 0 takes Miike to familiar territory - high school gang violence - and he cuts through the subject matter at high-octane speed for a stylized, action-packed, and entertaining schoolyard brawl of a movie. Delving into the hyper-stylized world of feuding high school gangs, Crows - Episode 0 actually takes place before the events of the manga (hence the title), setting up the origins and rivalries of the iconic characters. Other than the avid fanbase that already exists for the manga, Crows - Episode 0 gets some extra box office pull with the casting of heartthrobs Oguri Shun (Kisaragi) and Yamada Takayuki (Train Man) as the lead delinquents. Oguri, who also featured in Miike's Sukiyaki Western Django, continues to impress as one of Japanese cinema's most talented young stars, while Yamada Takayuki leaves behind the sensitive romantic lead image he's cultivated from numerous tearjerkers for a hard-hitting bout in the ring. Rounding out the film's problem teenager cast are Yabe Kyousuke (Dead or Alive, Kids Return), Kuroki Meisa (Under the Same Moon), and Izaki Yusuke and Izaki Hisato from boy band Flame. Takaya Genji (Oguri Shun) just transferred to Suzuran, a high school notorious for its gang violence. At Suzuran High, hallways are battle zones, bloody brawls are everyday occurrences, and student life is dominated by the political winds of the school's many factions. Genji didn't end up here by accident though. He's here to do what even his yakuza father (Kishitani Goro) couldn't accomplish years before - rule the school. Already stirring up a storm on the first day, Genji is determined to fight his way up the pecking order and unite the gangs. But not if alpha crow Serizawa Tamao (Yamada Takayuki) has anything to say about it.
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Mei Ah Playboy Cops (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah Playboy Cops (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 13.00
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Jingle Ma (Happy Birthday, Tokyo Raiders) bags one for commercial cinema with the buddy action flick Playboy Cops, featuring the photogenic pairing of prolific Hong Kong heartthrob Shawn Yue (Shamo) and less prolific Mainland heartthrob Aloys Chen Kun (The Little Chinese Seamstress) in his first Hong Kong film. Cutting fine form in matching black suits, the two leads forge believable buddy chemistry and handle the Stephen Tung-choreographed action scenes with suitable dexterity and intensity. Despite its popcorn action-comedy guise, Playboy Cops offers as much drama as it does comedy, capped off with a surprisingly tense and hard-hitting finale. Playboy Cops co-stars TVB starlet Linda Chung (Love Is Not All Around) as the love interest, as well as Shaun Tam (Kung Fu Dunk), Wong Yau Nam (Linger), pop singer Ella Kwun, and veteran Danny Lee. Hot-blooded young cop Michael Mak (Shawn Yue) brings in the criminals, but his disregard for authority and habit of throwing around daddy's money has made him the pariah of the force. Despite his image of being a rich playboy with too much time on his hands, Michael has a sincere passion for the job, and eyes only for ex-girlfriend Lisa (Linda Chung). Michael is determined to win Lisa back, but he's met with competition when wealthy Mainland hunk Lincoln Lin (Aloys Chen) rolls into town to investigate his brother's murder. Quick to throw a punch, Michael clashes with Lincoln immediately because of his apparent history with Lisa, but Lincoln, a former police officer himself, holds his own in fistfight. To speeden Lincoln's departure, Michael decides to team up and help him investigate his brother's case.
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Jingle Ma (Happy Birthday, Tokyo Raiders) bags one for commercial cinema with the buddy action flick Playboy Cops, featuring the photogenic pairing of prolific Hong Kong heartthrob Shawn Yue (Shamo) and less prolific Mainland heartthrob Aloys Chen Kun (The Little Chinese Seamstress) in his first Hong Kong film. Cutting fine form in matching black suits, the two leads forge believable buddy chemistry and handle the Stephen Tung-choreographed action scenes with suitable dexterity and intensity. Despite its popcorn action-comedy guise, Playboy Cops offers as much drama as it does comedy, capped off with a surprisingly tense and hard-hitting finale. Playboy Cops co-stars TVB starlet Linda Chung (Love Is Not All Around) as the love interest, as well as Shaun Tam (Kung Fu Dunk), Wong Yau Nam (Linger), pop singer Ella Kwun, and veteran Danny Lee. Hot-blooded young cop Michael Mak (Shawn Yue) brings in the criminals, but his disregard for authority and habit of throwing around daddy's money has made him the pariah of the force. Despite his image of being a rich playboy with too much time on his hands, Michael has a sincere passion for the job, and eyes only for ex-girlfriend Lisa (Linda Chung). Michael is determined to win Lisa back, but he's met with competition when wealthy Mainland hunk Lincoln Lin (Aloys Chen) rolls into town to investigate his brother's murder. Quick to throw a punch, Michael clashes with Lincoln immediately because of his apparent history with Lisa, but Lincoln, a former police officer himself, holds his own in fistfight. To speeden Lincoln's departure, Michael decides to team up and help him investigate his brother's case.
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Mei Ah An Empress and the Warriors (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah An Empress and the Warriors (2008) (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 13.00
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An Empress and the Warriors features a Kelly Chen you've never seen before: in armor. The Canto-pop queen heads into battle for this impressive period adventure, in which she stars as Yan Feier, a determined princess who is given control of her troubled, war torn kingdom. Chen trained extensively to handle the role's physical demands, learning to ride a horse and handle a sword for director Tony Ching Siu Tung, who previously handled the action for Zhang Yimou's Hero and House of Flying Daggers, as well as numerous martial arts classics. Chen's co-stars are also top-notch; Leon Lai is her paramour, a kindly doctor with a hidden past, and action superstar Donnie Yen is her childhood friend and toughest warrior - and a man who holds a secret affection for his empress. A lavish tale filled with action and romance, An Empress and the Warriors is the 21st Century answer to the beloved Hong Kong Cinema swordplay classics of old. Yan Feier (Kelly Chen) is thrust into the role of empress when her father the King is viciously murdered by his own nephew, Wu Ba (Guo Xiao Dong). His treachery unknown to Feier, Wu Ba plots to gain control of the kingdom for himself. Meanwhile, Feier turns to legendary warrior Brother Hu (Donnie Yen) to instruct her in the ways of warfare. But Wu Ba sends assassins after Feier, and she's poisoned by an assassin's dart before being lost in the woods. Her absence throws the kingdom into chaos, and Brother Hu must maintain morale, all the while carrying a hidden love for his missing empress. Meanwhile, Feier is found and nursed back to health by Duan Lanquan (Leon Lai), a doctor who lives in a secluded forest treehouse. Lanquan awakens the woman within the warrior's armor, and given the alternative of a peaceful life without war, Feier must eventually make a difficult choice. Should she choose love, and remain just a woman? Or should she choose her kingdom, and return to being an empress?
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An Empress and the Warriors features a Kelly Chen you've never seen before: in armor. The Canto-pop queen heads into battle for this impressive period adventure, in which she stars as Yan Feier, a determined princess who is given control of her troubled, war torn kingdom. Chen trained extensively to handle the role's physical demands, learning to ride a horse and handle a sword for director Tony Ching Siu Tung, who previously handled the action for Zhang Yimou's Hero and House of Flying Daggers, as well as numerous martial arts classics. Chen's co-stars are also top-notch; Leon Lai is her paramour, a kindly doctor with a hidden past, and action superstar Donnie Yen is her childhood friend and toughest warrior - and a man who holds a secret affection for his empress. A lavish tale filled with action and romance, An Empress and the Warriors is the 21st Century answer to the beloved Hong Kong Cinema swordplay classics of old. Yan Feier (Kelly Chen) is thrust into the role of empress when her father the King is viciously murdered by his own nephew, Wu Ba (Guo Xiao Dong). His treachery unknown to Feier, Wu Ba plots to gain control of the kingdom for himself. Meanwhile, Feier turns to legendary warrior Brother Hu (Donnie Yen) to instruct her in the ways of warfare. But Wu Ba sends assassins after Feier, and she's poisoned by an assassin's dart before being lost in the woods. Her absence throws the kingdom into chaos, and Brother Hu must maintain morale, all the while carrying a hidden love for his missing empress. Meanwhile, Feier is found and nursed back to health by Duan Lanquan (Leon Lai), a doctor who lives in a secluded forest treehouse. Lanquan awakens the woman within the warrior's armor, and given the alternative of a peaceful life without war, Feier must eventually make a difficult choice. Should she choose love, and remain just a woman? Or should she choose her kingdom, and return to being an empress?
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Mei Ah All's Well End's Well 2011 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) at 26.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah All's Well End's Well 2011 (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 26.00
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The All's Well End's Well franchise is perhaps the best-known brand name among the Lunar New Year holiday movies, and this year it returns with what's allegedly the last - and arguably the best of the series since the heyday of Stephen Chow! Carrying on with the series tradition, the 2011 installment is a romantic comedy blockbuster featuring the hottest stars right now, including Donnie Yen in a rare non-action, comic role, Louis Koo shedding his hunky appeal to play sissy, and Cecilia Cheung in her first movie after a five-year motherhood break. Co-directed by La Comedie Humaine's Chan Hing Ka and Janet Chun, the glamorous ensemble comedy also counts veteran actress Carina Lau (Detective Dee), funnyman Chapman To, model Lynn Xiong, Mainland actress Yan Ni, and producer Raymond Wong among its impressive lineup. Sammy (Louis Koo) is one of the most popular beauticians in town, but when a billionaire's girlfriend Dream (Yan Ni) recruits him to be the CEO of her cosmetic product company, the all-female staff is reluctant to work with him. To promote the company's brand name, Sammy sets up a sales counter at a high-end shopping mall and enlists his friend Keung (Donnie Yen), rumored to be the most powerful makeup artist in the universe, to help manage it. Keung effortlessly becomes the untouchable top salesman thanks to his thorough understanding of the female mindset, yet he still has a hard time keeping up with his enigmatic on-off lover Moni (Carina Lau). Meanwhile, to protect his professional image, Sammy is forced to play matchmaker for his assistant Kit (Cecilia Cheung) and rich playboy Slippery (Chapman To) despite his secret admiration for her... Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with making-of, trailer, and stills gallery.
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The All's Well End's Well franchise is perhaps the best-known brand name among the Lunar New Year holiday movies, and this year it returns with what's allegedly the last - and arguably the best of the series since the heyday of Stephen Chow! Carrying on with the series tradition, the 2011 installment is a romantic comedy blockbuster featuring the hottest stars right now, including Donnie Yen in a rare non-action, comic role, Louis Koo shedding his hunky appeal to play sissy, and Cecilia Cheung in her first movie after a five-year motherhood break. Co-directed by La Comedie Humaine's Chan Hing Ka and Janet Chun, the glamorous ensemble comedy also counts veteran actress Carina Lau (Detective Dee), funnyman Chapman To, model Lynn Xiong, Mainland actress Yan Ni, and producer Raymond Wong among its impressive lineup. Sammy (Louis Koo) is one of the most popular beauticians in town, but when a billionaire's girlfriend Dream (Yan Ni) recruits him to be the CEO of her cosmetic product company, the all-female staff is reluctant to work with him. To promote the company's brand name, Sammy sets up a sales counter at a high-end shopping mall and enlists his friend Keung (Donnie Yen), rumored to be the most powerful makeup artist in the universe, to help manage it. Keung effortlessly becomes the untouchable top salesman thanks to his thorough understanding of the female mindset, yet he still has a hard time keeping up with his enigmatic on-off lover Moni (Carina Lau). Meanwhile, to protect his professional image, Sammy is forced to play matchmaker for his assistant Kit (Cecilia Cheung) and rich playboy Slippery (Chapman To) despite his secret admiration for her... Hong Kong Version Blu-ray comes with making-of, trailer, and stills gallery.
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Mei Ah The Moss (VCD) (Hong Kong Version) at 13.00 MYR from YesAsia
Mei Ah The Moss (VCD) (Hong Kong Version)
RM 13.00
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Up-and-coming Hong Kong director Derek Kwok follows his acclaimed debut feature The Pye-Dog with the gritty crime and action drama The Moss. Building on overlapping threads and conflicted characters, Kwok applies the narrative style and earthy aesthetics of The Pye-Dog to a much more harrowing and ambitious story. Popular actor Shawn Yue (Invisible Target) gives it his brooding best as a desperate, crooked cop caught between the law, squaring off against long-time-no-see action star Louis Fan Siu Wong (Story of Ricky). In addition to familiar supporting players Eric Tsang, Liu Kai Chi, and Shaun Tam, Kwok fills out the rest of his cast with some less likely names, including Shaw Brothers actress Siu Yam Yam who returned to screens last year in The Pye-Dog, rotund actor Ho Sai Man from Hollywood Hong Kong, and Hong Kong-Indian TV personality Gill Mohindepaul Singh. Former undercover cop Jan (Shawn Yue) may be back on the force, but his life hasn't improved much. He spends most of his days plying the seedy streets of Kowloon, mixing with the triads and participating in the occasional brothel raid. When there's a shakeup in the underworld involving his former boss Tong (Liu Kai Chi), Jan gets unwittingly pulled into the line of fire. By the time the dust settles, Tong is dead, Jan's prostitute girlfriend (Bonnie Xian, Naraka 19) is comatose, and his girlfriend's teenage cousin Fa (newcomer Shi Xueyi) has been kidnapped - all the work of a homeless hitman (Fan Siu Wong). Jan has a dangerous score to settle with the hitman, but he's not the only one on the hunt.
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Up-and-coming Hong Kong director Derek Kwok follows his acclaimed debut feature The Pye-Dog with the gritty crime and action drama The Moss. Building on overlapping threads and conflicted characters, Kwok applies the narrative style and earthy aesthetics of The Pye-Dog to a much more harrowing and ambitious story. Popular actor Shawn Yue (Invisible Target) gives it his brooding best as a desperate, crooked cop caught between the law, squaring off against long-time-no-see action star Louis Fan Siu Wong (Story of Ricky). In addition to familiar supporting players Eric Tsang, Liu Kai Chi, and Shaun Tam, Kwok fills out the rest of his cast with some less likely names, including Shaw Brothers actress Siu Yam Yam who returned to screens last year in The Pye-Dog, rotund actor Ho Sai Man from Hollywood Hong Kong, and Hong Kong-Indian TV personality Gill Mohindepaul Singh. Former undercover cop Jan (Shawn Yue) may be back on the force, but his life hasn't improved much. He spends most of his days plying the seedy streets of Kowloon, mixing with the triads and participating in the occasional brothel raid. When there's a shakeup in the underworld involving his former boss Tong (Liu Kai Chi), Jan gets unwittingly pulled into the line of fire. By the time the dust settles, Tong is dead, Jan's prostitute girlfriend (Bonnie Xian, Naraka 19) is comatose, and his girlfriend's teenage cousin Fa (newcomer Shi Xueyi) has been kidnapped - all the work of a homeless hitman (Fan Siu Wong). Jan has a dangerous score to settle with the hitman, but he's not the only one on the hunt.
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