HKMDB Daily News

September 5, 2012

September 5, 2012 [HKMDB Daily News]

Filed under: News — dleedlee @ 12:22 pm

WSJ:  Raunchy ‘Vulgaria’ Defends Local Culture

When asked if “Vulgaria” would be distributed in China, producer Subi Liang replied: “Impossible.”

Related: China Lion’s Coming Soon

TimeOutHK: Gwei Lun-mei interview

In the decade since she stole the audience’s heart as a teenager in Blue Gate Crossing, Gwei Lun-mei has accumulated an uncharacteristically versatile body of work that ranges from arthouse sensations to action thrillers.

FBA: Tai Chi 0 (aka Tai Chi Zero) review

THR: Tai Chi 0 review

Stephen Fung’s much-awaited steampunk kung-fu actioner showcases stars Tony Leung Ka-fai, Eddie Peng and Shu Qi.

What in the heck is steampunk, anyway? Help me Urban Dictionary, you’re my only hope!

Variety: The Bullet Vanishes review

Robust opening in China followed by a U.S. bow proves demand for cerebral Asian genre fare exists.

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