In 1905, revolutionist Sun Yat-Sen visits Hong Kong to discuss plans with Tongmenghui members to overthrow the Qing dynasty. But when they find out that assassins have been sent to kill him, they assemble a group of protectors to prevent any attacks.
In this bifurcated crime narrative, a disillusioned hitman attempts to escape from his violent lifestyle against the wishes of his partner, who is infatuated with him, and an eccentric mute repeatedly encounters, then subsequently falls for a depressed woman looking for the prostitute who supposedly stole her ex-boyfriend’s affections.
Infernal Affairs III is a 2003 Hong Kong crime thriller film directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak. It is the third installment in the Infernal Affairs film series, and is both a sequel and a semi-prequel to the original film, as it intercuts events before and after the events in the original.
Liu Yifei plays Elso, a reputed French flutist who travels from Paris to Chengdu. Her life is compared to the one of a night peacock, an eternal conflict between life and death, love and time. A night peacock, by Fabre’s definition, is a moth with the life goal of finding their soul mate.
Kaifeng wakes up with a terrible hangover. His heart aches for his lost wife, Qiujie, as memories of the accident rush back to him.It was meant to be a romantic climbing holiday. Both passionate climbers, they decided to summit a mountain in the Himalayas to celebrate their anniversary. But an avalanche dooms him to a lifetime of regret. Qiujie, the love of his life, mother of his son, is gone forever. In despair, Kaifeng turns to a spirit medium for advice on how to bring her back. And to his shock and joy, Qiujie really does come home. But she remembers almost nothing, including their son, and has no memory of the fatal accident. “Only those who love Qiujie will be able to see her spirit. You must never let her know that she’s a spirit or she will disappear forever”, says the medium. Kaifeng knows that she will not be able to stay forever. He can only try to keep the secret as long as possible with his son.
The chief security officer at a top-secret medical facility finds himself caught in an explosive battle when a young thief and his accomplices steal a groundbreaking curative medicine. After discovering the true origins of the medicine, the officer must decide who he can trust to protect the cure from falling into the wrong hands, and prevent an all-out war from bringing the city to its knees.
Jun arrives in Hong Kong from mainland China, hoping to be able to earn enough money to marry his girlfriend back home. He meets the streetwise Qiao and they become friends. As friendship turns into love, problems develop, and although they seem meant for each other they somehow keep missing out.
When a world renowned Chinese sommelier residing in France is contacted by his childhood buddy in China to help him auction for a bottle of 1855 vintage wine on behalf of the Chinese government, he agrees without question. Little does he realize he is about to be sucked into an age-old feud between rivaling vineyards and a historical mystery that might shatter the whole oenological industry.
Fire of Conscience is an 2010 Hong Kong action/thriller film directed by Dante Lam and starring Leon Lai and Richie Ren. The Chinese name is derived in one of the action scenes where Lai has to chase Ren through a street of dragon dance.