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A young woman falls in love with married painter Ma Li, whose wife is unfaithful to him. (imdb)
The story of martial-arts master Ip Man, the man who trained Bruce Lee. (imdb)
Déjà Vu (2012) - Short Film
An alcohol advertisement cut to look like a movie trailer.
A documentary focusing on the life and work of Taiwanese cinematographer, Mark Lee Ping Bin.
A broken-hearted hit man moves to the desert where he finds skilled swordsmen to carry out his contract killings.
A young woman (Jones) takes a soul-searching journey across America to resolve her questions about love while encountering a series of offbeat characters along the way. (imdb)
There's Only One Sun (2007) - Short Film
A female robot operative chases a man named "The Light".
A three-part anthology film about love and sexuality: a menage-a-trois between a couple and a young woman on the coast of Tuscany; an advertising executive under enormous pressure at work, who, during visits to his psychiatrist, is pulled to delve into the possible reasons why his stress seems to manifest itself in a recurring erotic dream; and a story of unrequited love about a beautiful, 1960s high-end call girl in an impossible affair with her young tailor. (imdb)
Picking up where "In the Mood for Love" left off, 2046 is a visually seductive reverie of memory and regret, refracted through a serial womanizer's experiences with six women. (Sony Pictures Classics)
Six Days (2002) - Short Film
Wong distills DJ Shadow's war song into the trippiest love-is-a-battlefield metaphor ever. It's a seamless reduction of Wong's signature tics and tricks to 3 ½ sublime minutes: languorous slow-mo; seductive, deeply rhythmic cutting patterns; oversaturated color and tactile surfaces, plus his first nod toward martial arts since "Ashes of Time". (Josh Timmermann)
The Follow (2001) - Short Film
The Driver is now spying on a celebrity's wife suspected of adultery. (imdb)
Hua yang de nian hua (2000) - Short Film
Hua Yang De Nian Hua is a 2000 short film by Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai that was shown at the 2001 Berlin International Film Festival.It consists of a 2m 28s montage of scenes from vintage Chinese films, most of which were considered lost until some nitrate prints were discovered in a California warehouse during the 1990s, set to a song from the soundtrack of Wong's In the Mood for Love (2000), a golden oldie by Zhou Xuan. (surrealmoviez)
Chow Mo-wan rents a room in a Hong Kong apartment building. It's sheer coincidence that he moves in the same day that Su Li-zhen moves in next door. They never have a real conversation until Mr. Chow realizes that their respective spouses are having an affair. This discovery shocks both of them. Mr. Chow, feeling hurt and wishing to understand how the affair happened, begins finding excuses to spend time with Mrs. Chan. (USA Films)
Yiu-Fai and Po-Wing arrive in Argentina from Hong Kong and take to the road for a holiday. Something is wrong and their relationship goes adrift... (imdb)
wkw/tk/1996@7'55''hk.net (1996) - Short Film
A 1996 commercial short film by Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai that he made for Japanese fashion designer Takeo Kikuchi. The title contains the initials of Wong Kar-wai and Takeo Kikuchi, the year of release, the length, 7 minutes 55 seconds, and "hk" for Hong Kong. (Wikipedia)
A disillusioned killer embarks on his last hit but first he has to overcome his affections for his cool, detached partner (imdb)
Ou-yang Feng (Leslie Cheung) lives in the middle of a desert, where he acts as a middle man to various swordsmen in ancient China... (imdb)
Wong Kar-Wai's movie about two love-struck cops is filmed in impressionistic splashes of motion and color (imdb)
A graying black-clad swordsman slays palace guards, as he flies through the air to an uncertain purpose. Centuries (or is it days?) later, gun-toting, Armani-clad super policemen -- Hong Kong's Saviours -- are devastated by a cloaked assassin. Kinetic medieval fantasy; overstructured, outgunned urban nightmare. And that's only the first ten minutes! A highly entertaining, eye-popping genre bender in every way. (imdb)
In 1960's Hong Kong, a young man struggles to find a place for love in his life.
A well-known gangster is released from prison, and decides look for his daughter with the help of a troubled young woman. (imdb)
Sergeant Kwok Wah and Ho Lung are both colleagues and best friends. Ho Lung has developed hatred with a gang leader Dick. Dick sends Hung as a bait to kill Ho Lung. Swore to take revenge for his best friend, Kwok Wah works with Ho Lung's partner Mother to unveil the enemy. Kwok Wah saves Hung during an operation and Hung starts to like Kwok Wah. Kwok Wah and Mother follow their plan to capture Dick, but it ends in vain and both of them get into a gunfight. (hkcinemagic.com)
Ka-bo graduated from a renowned school of fashion design in Japan. He came back to Hong Kong and joined a top fashion company. In an office party, he met Ah-sung, who is a friend of his boss, Derrick. The two had a bit of misunderstanding at first and became enemies. Later Ah-sung's aunt from the States came to Hong Kong with a professor and tried to match him up with Ah-sung. Ka-bo came to the resuce by pretending to be Ah-sung's husband. (hkcinemagic.com)
This sequel sees Cheung and Hui alongside their superior (Woo Fung) trying to put together a crack team of vampire busters at a haunted military camp. No one told them about the haunted aspect though and it's struggles from day one. (hkcinemagic.com)
The cousin of the "big brother, Ngor comes from the Lantau Island of Hong Kong while Wah himself lives in Kowloon. (imdb)
This is a black comedy directed by new wave director Patrick Tam and written by Wong Kar Wai. It deals with the gangster world, its rules and loyalty between gangsters. (hkcinemagic.com)
A tale between two brothers. One has left the triads and gone legit. The other has decided to stay and keep the triad from going to the ways of drugs and gun running. But, when one brother's in trouble, will the other drop whatever he's doing and protect his sibling even if it means losing his life? (imdb)
It's the first in a string of "spooky police" films -- this case pits a precinct against a horde of vampiric foes on the day of "The Feast of the Hungry Ghosts," complete with dire warning from an ex-cop monk. Surprisingly creepy, often hilarious and sometimes wildly tasteless, this 1987 oddity feels like a better version of the Joe Piscopo vehicle Dead Heat with a healthy dose of Eastern action mayhem. (cinefamily.org)
This story focuses on two "over zealous" policemen. The movie begins with an academic exhibition, due to Yuen Biao "neurotic" behaviour, both Yuen and his supervisor, Captain Mean, are heavily penalized. Lowell Lo is in the midst of a car chase that gets himself involved in a heated argument with police. As though the protagonists are destined to be partners, both of them are transferred to the C.I.D. Captain Mean assigns them a difficult case - "The case of the missing informer". (hkcinemagic.com)
A woman, who takes care of two young siblings, and a criminal start to fall for each-other. (imdb)
Tiger, a fierce champion pro-boxer, is a gentle giant outside the ring. So when he accidentally injures a reporter during an interview, Tiger forswears his boxing career to care for the wheelchair bound journalist. Unbeknownst to Tiger, the reporter is exaggerating the severity of his injuries in the hopes of winning a financial settlement. The boxer's selfless behavior soon triggers a change of heart in the faking journalist, who must find a way to convince Tiger to return to the ring... (themoviedb.org)