Set in 1950 near the China-Vietnam border, the story centers on the romance between a French soldier and a Chinese girl that ends up in tragedy.
“Colourful Youth” (1966), the only “contemporary” film starring Connie Chan Po-chu and Josephine Siao Fong-fong, was a huge hit on its first release and re-releases in the 1960s. As part of its 10th anniversary celebration activities, the Hong Kong Film Archive (HKFA) will screen the restored song-and-dance classic at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre next month.
“What Women Want” is a remake of the Hollywood box office hit of the same title. The story is about an advertising agency manager who suddenly finds he can read women’s minds.
The story centers on a family of three members, starring Tony Leung Ka-Fai, Sandra Ng and Aarif Lee. Due to financial difficulties, they must move back to public housing, where the city’s lower-income people inhabit. They have some unhappy experiences with neighbors at the beginning; however they are gradually moved by them after living in there for some time.
Aarif Lee, Fala Chen - I Love Hong Kong
Bosco Wong, Wong Cho-Lam
Chapman To and Lynn Hung (Lynn Xiong) settle differences in All’s Well Ends Well 2011
Ning invited people like Hong Kong’s Jim Chim - a veteran theater and film actor and stand-up comedian - to be one of the trainers. His teaching involves a lot of games that call for much imagination and improvisation.
The students may join the cast of Ning’s next film, a period comedy, which filming will begin in March. [Meanwhile, his film No Man's Land is still in limbo with state censors for over a year now.]
The Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival has announced the results of its survey of the “100 Greatest Chinese-Language Films”.
Mr. and Mrs. Incredible Guangzhou premiere
Qin Lan plays a surrogate mother
To Alex Fong Chung-Sun’s baby’s daddy in Mu Yu (lit. Mother Tongue)
Wu Ma plays Alex’s father
Mu Yu is directed by Yu Zhong (Roots and Branches, Far From Home) (Sina)
Happier times (Xinhua)
One pill makes you larger / And one pill makes you small / And the ones that mother gives you / Don’t do anything at all.
The singer is expected to make her comeback with either a fruit juice or a slimming programme commercial in June, while other endorsements would be subjected to the state of her physical health.
Amy Chua’s memoir on parenting has captured the nation’s attention, but can ‘Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother’ recreate the movie success of the 1989 film?
Family embroiled in feud over Stanley Ho gambling empire (Thanks, Brian)