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November 26, 2011

Week Ending: November 26, 2011 [HKMDB Daily News]

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WSJ: Taiwan Tribe Epic Leads Golden Horse Nominations

A 4-1/2-hour drama recounting the armed rebellion by Taiwan’s indigenous Seediq tribes in 1930 against Japanese colonial rule leads nominations at this Saturday’s 48th Golden Horse Awards, that honors the year’s best Chinese-language cinema.

CRI:  Stars Stud Red Carpet of 48th Golden Horse Awards

The 48th Golden Horse Awards Kicked off in Hsin-chu, southeast China’s Taiwan on Saturday, Nov. 26.

CF: Carina Lau and Qin Hailu on Board to Present Golden Horse Awards

‘A Simple Life’ big winner at Taiwan film festival

Hong Kong’s Ann Hui has won the best director award for her movie “A Simple Life” at Taiwan’s Golden Horse Film Festival.

“A Simple Life” also won Andy Lau the best actor award and Deanie Ip the best actress honor. Ip plays a domestic helper who copes with her own aging while serving her master, played by Lau.

Hong Kong’s ‘A Simple Life’ sweeps ‘China Oscars’

Yu Dong, producer of “The Dragon Gate” and CEO of the Bona Film Group announced yesterday at the movie’s premiere ceremony that they will not raise prices and will partake in any form of smear campaign. Dong’s made these comments following the actions of Zhang Weiping, CEO of the production company responsible for “The Flowers of War” who was able to force eight large cinemas to increase the price of their cheapest tickets.

CF: Leading Actors Promote “Flying Swords”

Five of the leading roles including Jet Li, Chen Kun, Li Yuchun, Guey Lun-mei and Mavis Fan made an appearance at the event. However, director Tsui Hark and another lead actress Zhou Xun were absent. Tsui is said to be busy with the post-production stages of the film.

Australian filmmaker burned by Dragon

No box office from Chinese blockbuster [The Dragon Pearl] for SA filmmaker

An Emmy award-winning film producer is fighting to recoup millions of box office dollars in returns from China.

“We’ve tried to contract for that but that’s all being ignored because that’s not how you do it in China.”

Fascinating genre-bender that morphs from C-Horror into something quite different.

Quirky but original sequel to action-comedy The Underdog Knight, flawed by a weak finale.

Ambitious but failed attempt at a live-action version of a cult animated short.

Entertaining action drama on Qiu Jin, commandingly played by Crystal Huang.

Variety: Honey Pupu review

A deliriously wild mix of Web-based youth culture, fantasia and memory, Chen Hung-I’s dreamy “Honey Pupu” is the work of a strong voice uninterested in conventional narrative rules.

TimeOutHK: Tsui Hark

Whether as producer or director, Tsui Hark has delivered many of our cinema’s greatest hits over the past 30 years
TimeOutHK: Wei Te-sheng

How could Wei Te-sheng better himself after directing the highest grossing Taiwanese movie ever?

CF: Johnny To and Wai Ka-Fai to Shoot Gangster Film on Mainland

Johnny To and Wai Ka-Fai are teaming up again for a new project based on the mainland, titled “Drug War”

Josie Ho, daughter of the gambling mogul Stanley Ho, was recently spotted having a meeting with Reeves. Other big names, including Zhou Dongyu and Liu Yifei are also on Reeves’ shortlist.

CRI: Ads Axed during Popular TV Shows

Commercial breaks during television dramas are to be banned from next year, China’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television announced on Friday.

“The order is a double-edged sword,” Ren Jianwei, an official of Shanghai’s Drama Channel, told Shanghai Daily. “It will certainly affect our ad revenue, but it will also attract more people to watch TV.”

Low-budget local movie “Love is Not Blind” slayed its competitors of four Hollywood blockbusters at this week’s box office, taking the top spot repeatedly. The constant boom of this romance has a positive significance to guide the production of domestic films and set a good example for low/ medium scale movie. This film’s success indicates that the mode of “good story+ capable director+ talented actors+ suitable market promoting+ marketable distribution schedule” is the very effective approach to earn impressive ticket sales.

A Chinese state-owned film studio strives to survive

Founded in 1945, the Changchun Film Studio, later known as the CFGC after transitioning to a corporate structure, is widely regarded as the cradle of modern Chinese film. The studio influenced generations of audiences with the country’s first feature-length film “Qiao (Bridge)” (1949) and many other acclaimed works.

“Dou Niu (Cow)” (2009) was one of the company’s post-reform masterpieces. The film, depicting a peasant who is tasked with protecting his village’s dairy cow during a harsh winter prior to the founding of the “New China,” received 7 nominations at the Golden Horse Film Festival in Taiwan and premiered in the “Orizzonti” category at the 66th Venice Film Festival.

As the first racing car film dedicated to female drivers, the cast of “Speed Angels” have been revelling in the presence of three award winning actresses - Cecilia Cheung, Rene Liu and Tang Wei since they started filming.

As the film premiered in Beijing, some media reflected that there were wide discrepancies between the plot and the actually historic events. Echoing that opinion, director Daniel Lee said that “the film represents my attitude and perspective of the history, so it will be meaningless if the both are wholly identical.”

The film will hit national screens on November 29.

Director David Wu, along with leads Peter Ho, Song Jia and Mickey Ho attended the event.

The film will hit cinema screens on December 1.

Sexy actress Monika Mok [Mo Xiaoqi], dressed in a leopard-skin outfit performed a pole dance at the press conference held for “My Own Swordsman” director Shang Jing’s new project “Crazy Banquet” [vide "Crazy Dinner"]yesterday in Beijing.

The first round of still photos for the gangster film “Cold War” have been released, featuring scenes of explosive action. In order to create authentic explosion scenes, the makers not only utilized a number of special effects, but also invited a demolitions expert to create real explosions. The film starts shooting in October and will be screened in the first half of 2012.

The makers of the comedy blockbuster, “Celebrate Spring Festival with Relatives by Marriage”, recently released a batch of still shots. Produced by Manfred Wong, directed by Raymond Yip, and starring Wen Zhang and Liu Yun, the film is expected to be screened during the Spring Festival holiday slot

New Pictures, the production company of Zhang Yimou’s soon-to-be-released epic war blockbuster “The Flowers of War,” is about to publish a special book in memory of the making of the movie

The film boasts an all-star cast including Tom Hanks, Hugo Weaving, Halle Berry, Susan Sarandon, Jim Broadbent , Hugh Grant and Korean star Du-na Bae and Chinese actress Zhou Xun.

The movie is slated for release on November 24

Huang Yi, the star of the latest blockbuster comedy “East Meets West 2011″, poses for a photo shoot in a seductive uniform to promote the film.

Huang Yi

MSN: Carl Ng keeps co-stars on their toes

Cammi Tse aborted Vincent Wong’s child

16-year-old model Cammi Tse has been a hot topic ever since the recent scandal with Edison Chen, but it is now reported that she had an abortion earlier this year and the father was actor Vincent Wong, who just got married two weeks ago to actress Yoyo Chen

MSN: Tony Leung and Carina Lau to undergo artificial insemination again?

After his 2008 marriage to actress Carina Lau, the pair has been trying to conceive a child with no success. Upon hearing rumours that Andy’s wife, Carol Chu, managed to successfully conceive through artificial insemination, the couple harbours plans to undergo the procedure too.

MSN: Did Hannah Quinlivan’s father meet Jay Chou?

It is understood that Hannah specially brought her father around to sightsee as he seldom visits Taiwan since his divorce with Hannah’s mother, who is a Taiwanese.

MSN: Selina Jen will not act after making showbiz comeback

MSN: Jackie Chan missing at Elaine Ng’s daughter birthday

The former actress celebrated daughter, Etta Ng’s 12th birthday in Hong Kong

October 2, 2010

October 2, 2010

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FBA: Beach Spike puts on a wrap

Detective Dee: Big-budget ‘wuxia’ meets Agatha Christie

FBA: Golden Horse looks inward

Golden Horse nominations major categories. Full list.

Tang Wei up for Golden Horse

Nominated Best Supporting Actor, Actress

Best Supporting Actress, Zhang Jingchu (Aftershock) and Best Supporting Actor, Nicholas Tse (Bodyguards and Assassins) (Sina)2

Cecilia Cheung is reported to be joining Tang Wei in Jingle Ma’s film Dynamic Angel (reported as Race Car by CRI). Rene Liu and Han Jae-Seok are also cast in the South Korean coproduction. Cecilia will start after wrapping Raymond Wong’s Lunar New Year film (lit. Wedding is the Strongest Thing). Jingle Ma directed Cecilia in Fly Me to Polaris to help launch her career. Tang Wei will be attending the upcoming Pusan International Film Festival this week to support Late Autumn. (Xinhua)(Sina)

Spoooky poster for The Island (Sina)

Speaking of Bai Ling,

Milwaukee: International actress Bai Ling joins local film production, Petty Cash

“My hot hot shooting in Milwaukee, what a wonderful time I am having here, what wonderful production and sweet people I am working with, what a joy and gift, so much love I am receiving……

I call Milwaukee milk town cause so many cows in the distance…”

http://ling-bai.blogspot.com/

Carrie Ng on set of Calvin Poon’s Derailed Women

Edison Chen, grateful for support of girlfriend Vincy Yeung (Sina)

Karen Mok performed in a Macau concert for the Asian Games (Xinhua)

Gigi Leung sang in a Hong Kong concert celebrating China’s National Day. Other artists included Alan Tam, Hacken Lee, Priscilla Chan. (Xinhua)

More photos of Carina Lau getting the VIP treatment at the Ferragamo-owned Lungarno Hotel. (Xinhua)

Elaine Ng’s daughter

Rumors have been circulating that Jackie Chan has not been paying child support and that is the reason Elaine Ng returned to Hong Kong to do promotional work. (Sina)

Carol Zhu

Hong Kong tabloids report that Andy Lau’s wife, now 44 years old, is 3 months pregnant. Two newly hired bodyguards have been seen accompanying Carol according to reports. (Sina)

November 30, 2009

November 30, 2009a

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Leon Dai

Taiwanese tear-jerker wins “Chinese Oscar”

Taiwan director Leon Dai’s harsh real-life drama “No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti” won best feature on Saturday at the Golden Horse Film Awards

Screen Daily

Variety: Taiwan wins Horse race

THR: Taiwan film wins big at Chinese awards

‘No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti’ leads island wins at annual gathering

Best leading actor: Nick Cheung, “The Beast Stalker;” Huang Bo, “Cow”

Best leading actress: Li Bingbing, “The Message”

Best supporting actor: Wang Xueqi, “Forever Enthralled”

Best supporting actress: Wai Ying-hung, “At the End of Daybreak”

Best original screenplay: Leon Dai, Chen Wen-pin, “No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti”

Best screenplay adaptation: Guan Hu, “Cow”

Best cinematography: Cao Yu, “City of Life and Death”

Best visual effects: Wang Jianxiong, Jimmy Chen, Li Liping, “Crazy Racer”

Best art direction: Lee Tian-jue, Patrick Dechesne, Alain-Pascal Housiaux, “Face”

Best makeup and costume design: Christian Lacroix, Wang Chia-hui, Anne Dunsford, “Face”

Best action choreography: Sammo Hung, “Ip Man”

Best film editing: Cheung King-wai, “KJ: Music and Life”

Best sound effects: Cheung King-wai, “KJ: Music and Life”

Best original film score: Dou Wei, Bi Xiaodi, “The Equation of Love and Death”

Best original film song: Zeng Yan, Tao Hong, Tan Weiwei, “For My Heart”

Best documentary: “KJ: Music and Life”

Lifetime achievement award: Ming Ji

Special contribution award: George Wang


Shu Qi

Golden Horse Awards 2009 - Photo gallery

Best Leading Actress, Li Bingbing - The Message

Gallery: Golden Horse Awards Ceremony

Celebration back in Beijing

(Sina)

Ang Lee, Maggie Cheung

Golden Horse Red Carpet

Nick Cheung, Li Bingbing, Huang Bo

CRI: Mainland Stars, Movies Win Golden Horse Awards

Maggie Cheung, guest presenter

More (Sina)

November 6, 2009

November 6, 2009

Divaasia: Vivian returns to her roots

Actress Vivian Hsu will soon start work on the new Taiwanese movie Seediq Bale, directed by Wei Te Sheng, who also directed last year’s Cape No 7.

Vivian plays the lead role in the movie that portrays the Wushe Incident, a 1930 Seediq uprising led by Mona Rudao against the Japanese when Taiwan was colonised.

The Seediq are Taiwanese aboriginal people who, along with the Truku people, were previously classified as the Atayal tribe.

She said: “I won’t be speaking any Mandarin in the movie at all. Instead, I would have to speak Japanese and Seediq.”

The movie is due to film for half a year and will be completed in 2011.

It is budgeted at $21 million.

Treasure Hunter poster featuring Jay Chou

(HunanTV)

Bodyguards and Assassins main poster

The difficulty in fitting all the cast took three months before finalizing the poster.

World premiere will be in Nanjing Nov. 12 where Sun Yat-Sen’s mausoleum is located.

(HunanTV)

THR: Tang Wei returns in ‘Manchu’ remake

‘Lust, Caution’ actress coming off ban, stars in English film

“Full Autumn” in Korean — by Kim Tae-yong (“Family Ties”) will start shooting later this month in Seattle, and will travel to other cities across the United States, the Korean producer said…

THR: Hong Kong movies make a dramatic showing at the boxoffice

Four local films got into the top 10 in the summer: the Shaw Brothers’ comeback “Turning Point” (HK15.7 million), “Overheard” from the “Infernal Affairs” team (HK15.5 million), Edko’s Aaron Kwok thriller “Murderer” (HK11.7 million) and period comedy “On His Majesty’s Secret Service” (HK8.8 million). Only two made the cut last summer…Although the number of local releases rose slightly in 2009, what’s staggering is the upcoming Chinese New Year public holiday slot, which will see 10 Hong Kong/Chinese-language high-profile projects competing in three weeks in February. It’s something the which hasn’t been seen since the 1990s….

THR: AFM Special Report: Hong Kong

Boxoffice may be up, but the outlook is troubled

“If there (were) enough films to make in Hong Kong, I’d rather not go anywhere else,” says [Herman] Yau, the hugely prolific Hong Kong director who works with three crews simultaneously — even while many technicians have followed the helmers to the mainland. “Although a large number of Hong Kong filmmakers are now working in China,” he says, “they can’t bring all the film crews with them, so there’re still a lot of local crew members stranded here, unemployed.”

THR: ‘Bodyguards and Assassins’ sells at AFM

Cinema Popular also is shopping its action-romantic comedy “The Return of the Incredible Wu Xia Couple,” directed by Vincent Kuk, and Dante Lam’s period actioner “Flying Guillotines” at AFM.

Screen Daily

THR: Jung to star in ‘Rain of Swords’

Film co-stars Michelle Yeoh, co-produced by John Woo

Screen Daily: TF1 buys Media Asia’s Chen Zhen for France

Hong Kong’s Media Asia Distribution has sold The Legend Of Chen Zhen, directed by Andrew Lau and starring Donnie Yen, to France’s TF1.

Leading Hong Kong action star Yen plays Chen Zhen in the film, a folk hero who fights the Shanghai mafia and occupying Japanese. Shu Qi and Anthony Wong also star…Meanwhile, Dream Movies also took rights for Australia and New Zealand to Pang Ho-chueng’s Love In A Puff, a comedy starring Miriam Yeung and Shawn Yue, and Johnnie To’s new project, Death Of A Hostage, starring Lau Ching Wan.

Zhang Yimou’s remake of Blood Simple [Amazing Tales: Three Guns] has bought its release forward from December 18 to December 11, while Hong King Universe’s The Storm Warriors has shifted its release to December 10. Jay Chou-starring Treasure Hunter will be released on December 9 instead of mid-month as originally planned, and Ning Hao’s road movie Wu Ren Qu [No Man's Land] will move back its release by three months to March next year…

Variety: CineAsia honors Zhou Xun

Actress to receive star of the year kudo

Variety: The Laughing Policeman (Japan)

Wheat (長平大戰之麥田)

What first might appear to be another tiresome period costumer about one of the millions of battles in China’s history turns out to be something rather different. Two deserters from the Qin army in the Warring States period lucklessly find themselves in an enemy town whose men are away fighting. Their lies and ingratiations with the women gradually wear thin — especially as others arrive with contradictory news. This meticulously photographed drama-comedy is structured around elemental themes, of which wheat, the local crop, is prominent. Directed by He Ping (何平), who made The Swordsman in Double Flag Town

Meat Grinder

(雙旗鎮刀客).

A coming-on-middle-aged street vendor projects her madness and history of abuse onto (mostly) unsuspecting, sleazy men — and cooks up a storm. Surprisingly good reviews greeted this gory Thai drama, which is right up there with Hong Kong’s The Untold Story (八仙飯店之人肉叉燒包) as a boundary-pushing, gag-inducing Asian incarnation of Sweeney Todd; it’s also a perfectly timed essay for people who think US beef is the sign of the Devil. Abstruse political subtexts (it’s set during student riots in the 1970s) and class and gender commentary … or blood, guts and torture for their own sake? Take your pick. Taiwan’s censors have let this one through without cuts, though it isn’t clear if this is the version originally banned in Thailand. Either way, here’s the question: Why doesn’t Taiwan make movies like this?

4 new Three Guns images in HD (Sina)

CRI: Stefanie Sun Sings for Mulan

Let The Bullets Fly

Ge You

Carina Lau plays Ge You’s wife

(Xinhua)

CRI: ‘Bullets’ Go Stylish (HD version Sina)

Gong Beibi and Aaron Kwok

Oxide Pang has started shooting B+Detective, the sequel to C+Detective (aka The Detective) in Thailand. (HunanTV)

Li Xiaolu and Alfred Cheung (actor, director, writer)

Love At Seventh Sight (lit.Seven Days To Fall in Love)

(HunanTV)

All’s Well Ends Well 2010 costumes - Angelababy

Lynn Xiong (Sina)

Hot Summer Days - Daniel Wu

Vivian Hsu (Sina)

November 5, 2009

November 5, 2009

Treasure Hunter

Treasure Hunter - Lin Chi-Ling, Jay Chou

(HunanTV) (2)

14 Blades

Donnie Yen and Zhao Wei

A first rough cut of 14 Blades, prior to post production special effects and music, was screened in Hong Kong to industry insiders and it has garnered applause and predictions of a big box office. With a goal of HK$200M it is expected to earn HK$300M. The film reportedly has a mix of romance for the women and action for the men. Zhao Wei’s performance is said to be ‘beyond all previous works’. In the past, Zhao Wei was considered box office poison, now with Red Cliff, Painted Skin and 14 Blades, she will become China’s first actress to make 3 films with over $200M earnings and make her the Queen of Costumes. (Sina) (2)

Vivan Chow and Sandra Ng on set of Ann Hui’s latest film. (Sina)

Jane Zhang Liangying will sing the main theme song Mulan Star in Mulan. Previously, it was reported that Stefanie Sun would sing the theme song for the Mulan MV.  (cri)

Jane also sings the theme song for Panda Express (Nov.20 release). (Sina)

Xie Na

Listen to the catchy song Earth Welcomes You from the Lunar New Year sci-fi comedy Mars is OK (?)(originally Mars Baby) sung by actress Xie Na (Tracing Shadow). [Audio caution] (Sina)


Andrew Lau plans next year to shoot a Storm Warriors style film based on a popular manga series Abi Sword. He plans to invite Shu Qi, Jay Chou and Wu Zun in the leading roles. (Sina) (Teaser)

THR: Zhang Ziyi on board for ‘Flower’

To star in and co-produce English-language drama “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan”

CRI: Zhang Ziyi to Produce Second Film

Next decade could be ‘glorious,’ Zhang Yimou says of Chinese films

Zhang said his new film has shades of Chow’s signature nonsensical humor, but doesn’t go as far as the Hong Kong comedian known for “Shaolin Soccer” and “Kung Fu Hustle.”

“There are some parts where we go crazy like Stephen Chow, but we don’t go as crazy,” he said.

Shooting in digital format for the first time, Zhang said he was more prone to letting his actors experiment because he didn’t have to conserve film.


Taiwan Golden Horse Film Festival opens with 2 Asian films

Taiwanese director Cheng Wen-tang’s “Tears” and Chinese director Tian Zhuangzhuang’s “The Wolf and the Warrior” opened the Golden Horse Film Festival Thursday.

Media Asia at 15

October 8, 2009

October 8, 2009

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Season of Good Rain - Jung, Gao show fine chemistry in new film

A Korean businessman encounters a Chinese woman he used to know. He cannot speak Chinese. She doesn’t understand Korean, either. The only common language they share is English. Remarkably, not much gets lost in translation, an intriguing feat that underscores the strength of director Hur Jin-ho’s latest film, “A Good Rain Knows.”


Gillian Chung making comeback in new movie

To prep herself for the return, Ah Jiao has been taking various martial arts and drama classes from the famous Chen Ruoyi.

In full support of her comeback, her entertainment company Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG) decided to invest money in an upcoming film for her. They have also successfully engaged Chapman To to help recreate a new image for Ah Jiao in her new movie, Former.

Known for her ladylike image in Hong Kong, popular actress Vivian Chow will be making her return to the silver screen and is slated to start production for her upcoming movie next month. Apart from acting as a lesbian lover of fellow Hong Kong actress, Sandra Ng, the pair will also share a hot onscreen kiss together…

Edison Chen to make Hollywood comeback

More than a year after the eruption of his online sex photo scandal, Hong Kong actor-singer Edison Chen will finally make his comeback, ever since he announced that he would be resigning indefinitely from showbiz and went into seclusion overseas. Under the support and encouragement of his boss in MediaAsia , Edison will make his first comeback in a Hollywood movie, Almost Perfect…

Chat, hug… Asian disaster movie-style

I’m no party pooper; I didn’t flush the toilet. That bye-bye scenario is according to Haeundae: The Deadly Tsunami…

A sorry wave of affairs

City of Life and Death: Of cowardice and bravery

Golden Horse: Hong Kong film dreaming of glory at Chinese ‘Oscars’

Huang Jianxin to head APSA jury

Huang Jiangxin, co-director of currently dominant Chinese movie “The Founding a Republic,” will head the international jury for the upcoming Asia Pacific Screen Awards.

Stars at Louis Vuitton Show - Gong Li

October 7, 2009

October 7, 2009

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Time: Reshooting History in China’s The Founding of a Republic

Film brings fame to bar “Four Sisters Izakaya”

Film director Feng Xiaogang shot parts of his film “If You Are The One” at Hamakko Izakaya in Kushiro City in 2008 and fabricated a new name Four Sisters Izakaya and used the advertisement with a picture of four girls.

Singapore: Blue Mansion steals the show from real life cast

Singapore director Glen Goei’s latest film “The Blue Mansion” revolves around the quirky story of an eccentric extended family in the middle of a murder mystery.

Taking on Lee Ang/Ang Lee

ESWN: Jackie Chan Babbles On CCTV Show


THR: Clara Law’s ‘Dream’ leads Golden Horse nominations

Macau-born director Clara Law’s “Like a Dream” leads Taiwan’s 2009 Golden Horse Awards nominations with nods in nine categories, closely followed by Taiwan’s chosen Oscar best foreign-language film contender “No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti” with eight, and war comedy “Cow” with seven nominations, the Taipei Golden Horse Festival announced on Wednesday.

Nominations:

Best Feature Film
“No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti”
“Cow”
“Crazy Racer”
“Face”
“Like a Dream”

Best Director
Leon Dai, “No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti”
Guan Hu “Cow”
Tsai Ming-liang, “Face”
Clara Law, “Like a Dream”

Best Leading Actress
Sandrine Pinna, “Yang Yang”
Yolanda Yuan, “Like a Dream”
Zhou Xun, “The Message”
Li Bingbing, “The Message”

Best Leading Actor
Chen Wen-pin, “No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti”
Nick Cheung, “The Beast Stalker”
Huang Bo, “Cow”
Daniel Wu, “Like a Dream”

Best Supporting Actress
Liou Yiin-shang, “Sleeping with Her”
Lu Yi-ching, “A Place of One’s Own”
Wai Ying-hung “At the End of Daybreak”
Zhang Ziyi, “Forever Enthralled”

Best Supporting Actor
Cai Zhen-nan, “Ending Cut”
Huang Chien-wei, “Yang Yang”
Zhang Han-yu, “The Equation of Love and Death”
Wang Xueqi, “Forever Enthralled”

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