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Life Without Principle - 奪命金 [2011]

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Also Known As: Death of a Hostage

Country: Hong Kong

Director: Johnnie To

Writer(s): Cheung Kat-Kit, Yau Nai-Hoi, Yip Tin-Shing

Release Date: October 20, 2011

Language: Cantonese

Genre: Action

Running Time: 107 Minutes (1 Hour 47 Minutes)

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Synopsis:

What do a bank teller, a small-time thug and a police inspector have in common? Nothing. Not until a bag of stolen money worth $5m crosses their paths and forces them to make soul searching decisions about right and wrong and everything in between on the morality scale. Credits to Media Asia

 

This film was screened in competition at the 68th Venice Film Festival on 9 September 2011

 

 

 

Cast:

Lau Ching Wan as Panther

Richie Ren as Cheung Ching Fong

Denise Ho as Teresa

Myolie Wu as Connie

Lo Hoi-pang as Yuen

So Hang-suen as Investor

Ken Lo

Terence Yin

Sherman Chung

Tam Ping Man

Felix Wong

Patrick Keung

 

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Trailer:

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watched the trailer and make me feel this movie is kinda interesting n exciting. can't wait to watch it

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very few johnnie to movies ever disappoint. abosolutely looking forward to this movie!

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aiks , watched the "Cinema" version of it. super low quality , hopefully there will be a DVD version share out. hopefully this movie will not disappointed us

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the trailer seems interesting...however, sometimes trailer had been purposely created to show only exciting part of the movie and it can be misleading...lots of trailer had been good but actual movie seems lost and boring...Hope this particular movie does not let everyone disappointed...

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Cool! a new Johnnie To Movie! Lau Ching Wan is in it too. Can't wait to see it.

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this movie looks promising

i hope it's good . haven't seen any good hong kong movie in years

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my most favorite actor is in...must be a good movie with very good plot

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seems like a pretty good movie....alot of good reviews cant wait

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This movie seems interesting and exciting.

I like the director and I like the castings

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seems like it might be pretty good.cant wait to see it

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looks like a pretty good movie can't wait for it since there's some good reviews

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ok lah! a typical hk movie about money. fine to watch

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Movie was above average, story is pretty good. Very pessimistic view about Hong Kong and its obsession with money.

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Very interesting take on modern life. Very cinematic way to film it as well. Taken a very simple narrative but very rounded story telling. Impressively done with straight to the point message. Surprisingly enjoyable.

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This is a great movie with quite a lot of action. recommended.

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Not Johnnie To's best film, but still very good. The movie starts off a bit slow but eventually culminates into a surprise ending.

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like usual i's not decieved by the acting of lau ching wan!! a good action move with a good story line

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A different genre and strong performance from Sean Lau again

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