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Zoom Hunting -- Film Review

HONG KONG -- Through its two protagonists -- a photographer and a novelist who become inordinately curious about an illicit affair in their Taipei neighborhood -- "Zoom Hunting" explores voyeurism with echoes of "Rear Window" and "Blow Up."

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2010年
03月
23日

Echoes of the Rainbow -- Film Review

HONG KONG -- It's a small miracle that Alex Law's modest production about a shoemaker's son growing up in late '60s Hong Kong received rapturous response from young viewers who handed it the Crystal Bear at Berlinale's Generation Kplus.

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2010年
03月
22日

Golden Slumber -- Film Review

HONG KONG -- Like Jason Bourne, the protagonist of "Golden Slumber" is a victim of a national security level conspiracy and spends the whole film on the run. Unlike the "Bourne" series, its point is not the thrill of the chase.

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2010年
03月
22日

One Day -- Film Review

HONG KONG -- Flitting back and forth in time and traversing mindscapes, "One Day" is difficult to grasp and easy to feel. The story of two people falling in love in meta-dreams is layered like Russian M dolls.

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2010年
03月
22日

14 Blades -- Film Review

HONG KONG -- After playing fast and loose with literature and history in "Three Kingdoms -- Resurrection of the Dragon," Daniel Lee's "14 Blades" is more grounded in the traditions of Hong Kong swordplay films.

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2010年
03月
22日

Crossing Hennessy -- Film Review

HONG KONG -- Two people cajoled into a blind date by their relatives get off on a rotten start, but love is literally round the street corner in "Crossing Hennessy." This trivial but chirpy sophomore feature directed by eminent Hong Kong screenwriter Ivy Ho is buoyed by a fleet of fabulous vetera

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2010年
03月
22日

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