Following “The Way We Are”, this is based on a true story happening in Tin Shui Wai. It revolves around an older, unemployed Hong Kong man, his young Mainland wife and their two daughters. Their lives, unfortunately, are anything but easy, and the shocking conclusion raises issues about the plight of the socially deprived lower class.
Simon Yam, Zhang Jing Chu, Jacqueline Law,Yim Chau Wah, Tan En Mei, Cheung King Wai
A woman from Beijing, pregnant with the child of her rich married boyfriend, flies to Seattle in order to deliver the baby. She meets a Chinese immigrant man working as a driver there, and as she starts to learn more about him, her life begins to change.
Xin Lan takes over her father’s MMA club which is heavily in debt due to poor business. After He Hua defeated Xin Lan, she replaces her to become the new top MMA Diva and challenges Xin Lan’s MMA club to a duel. As Xin Lan is injured, she seeks help from a retried MMA superstar to fight the battle on her behalf to reclaim the club’s and her honour.
Giselle Lam, Wiyona Yeung, Margiela Kwok, Luvin Ho
A drug cartel is entrenched in the Dong Zhou area. Mei Jing of the Thunderbolt Women’s Commando Unit, leads her team to attack the drug base, but they are being ambushed and the identity of Mei’s father as an undercover is exposed. After a fierce battle, Mei and her team manage to successfully defeat the drug cartel and rescue her father.
Lonesome marriage consultant Ming meets a blind but charming young lady, Yeuk, at a subway station. When Ming suddenly turns blind too, Yeuk helps him navigate through his world of darkness, and they begin to fall in love. This feature is based on the illustrated book from famous Taiwan illustrator Jimmy Liao.
13 year-old Fen is uprooted from LA and moves to Taipei in early 2003, when her mother is diagnosed with breast cancer. She struggles to adjust to her new life with a new school and long-separated father, and drifts away from her mother. When her younger sister is misdiagnosed with SARS, they finally open up to each other during quarantine.
Karena Lam, Kaiser Chuang, Caitlin Fang, Audrey Lin
On the remote border between China and India, adventurer Ivy scours the land in search of the undiscovered tomb rumored to house the long-lost Pills of Eternity. However, she is not the only one searching for these powerful pills.
Set in Hong Kong in the 1960s, the story revolves around the family of a hardworking shoemaker Mr Law, with his happy-go-lucky wife and two sons – a talented elder son and an eight-year-old eccentric younger son. While their lives are not always smooth-sailing, the family sticks together and support one another through thick and thin.
Wei Hung Jen is a struggling actor who gets fired but finds a job behind the scene. Hui Hsin, the associate producer, must write a script for a love story so as to get a reference letter to study scriptwriting overseas. As Jen falls for Hui, he invites her out on a date as a research for her script and they start acting out of love.
In this prequel, the secrets of “Infernal Affairs” are revealed - the resentment between police superintendent Wong and crime boss Sam, as well as the beginning of the parallel fates of the two moles, Yan and Ming. The keys lie in the hands of Sam's wife, a ruthless kingpin and a righteous cop.
Shawn Yue, Edison Chen, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Hu Jun, Liu Kai Chi, Chapman To
Directed by Ann Hui, the movie is adapted from Eileen Chang’s first short story. Set in 1930s, Wei Long travels to Hong Kong from Shanghai to pursue her education. Struggling financially, she asks her aunt to help pay for tuition but ends up being her aunt’s puppet to lure rich men. When Wei Long falls for playboy, George, she sinks into a life of depravity.
The Hong Kong Police hunts for a counterfeiting gang led by a mastermind known as Painter. The gang is so skillful that it's almost impossible to distinguish between its counterfeit currency and real money. In an effort to find Painter's real identity, the Police recruits artist Lee Man to assist in solving the case.
When the “midnight gymnasium” programme for wayward teenage girls is at funding risk, social worker Yanki puts together a dodgeball team to compete in a match and save it. With an ex-star athlete John as the coach, the girls realize they must face their problems and overcome their challenges instead of dodging them. Can they finally win the match?
Ekin Cheng, Catherine Chau, Chin Ka Lok, Feanna Wong, Cloud Wan