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Made in Hong Kong


Sam Lee, Neiky Yim Hui Chi, Wenders Li, Carol Lam View All


Fruit Chan (Director), Fruit Chan (Writer) View All

Release: Oct. 9th, 1997
Runtime: 1 hour, 44 minutes
Autumn Moon is a young, go-nowhere triad whose self-regard far outstrips his talents or accomplishments. While working as a debt collec­tor, Moon meets feisty teen Ping, who suffers from renal failure and needs a kidney transplant, though her chances of receiving one are slim. Nevertheless, Moon falls for Ping and idealistically resolves to improve himself and become her ‘saviour.’ But that goal may be futile for someone of Moon’s station and temperament.

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