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MADE IN HONG KONG [Digitally Remastered Version]
[ 香港製造 ]
Director: Fruit Chan
  • Drama
  • Romance
  • Youth Drama
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Schedule & Ticket
10/26 10:20- (108min)
Tickets ¥1500,
Student Tickets ¥1000
Student Tickets at the Door ¥500 Available from 0:00
11/03 13:10- (108min)
Tickets ¥1500,
Student Tickets ¥1000
Student Tickets at the Door ¥500 Available from 0:00
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Made on a shoestring budget, this tale of youths at the bottom rungs of Hong Kong society shows the territory gripped by uncertainty on the cusp of its return to Chinese rule. Then-rookie director Fruit Chan started production with just five staff and leftover film reels provided by Andy Lau. The film's realistic depiction of life for Hong Kong youth resonated with viewers and made it a big hit. It won the Best Picture Award at Hong Kong Film Awards and many other awards at film festivals worldwide. Its success propelled Fruit Chan to fame at the forefront of a new wave of directors.
Director Fruit Chan

Fruit Chan moved to Hong Kong and joined Golden Harvest in 1984. After working as an assistant director and production coordinator, he made his directorial debut with Finale in Blood (1993). His acclaimed second film MADE IN HONG KONG (1997) catapulted him onto the world stage. He directed Durian Durian (2000), Hollywood Hong-Kong (2001) and The Midnight After (2014).

Staff Director/Screenplay: Fruit Chan
Executive Producer: Andy Lau
Producer: Doris Yang
Cinematographer: O Sing-pui
Cinematographer/Music: Lam Wah-chuenVisual Effects Artist: Ma Ki-kwan
Recording: Yung Chi-chung
Costume: Tin Muk
Cast Sam Lee
Neiky Yim
Wenders Li
Doris Chow
Carol Lam
Amy Tam
108min. Color Cantonese | 1997 Hong Kong | Distributor in Japan: United Entertainment Inc.
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