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  • Lust, Caution [2007] Lust, Caution | DVD | (28/04/2008) from £3.99  |  Saving you £16.00 (80.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Lust Caution is the new film from Ang Lee Director of Brokeback Mountain and Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. The film is based on a short story by the revered Chinese author Eileen Change. Shanghai 1942. Mrs. Mak a woman of sophistication and means walks into a caf places a phone call and then sits and waits. She remembers how her story began several years earlier in 1938 China. She is not in fact Mrs. Mak but shy Wong Chia Chi (Tang Wei). With WWII underway Wong has been left behind by her father who has escaped to England. As a freshman at university she meets fellow student Kuang Yu Min (Wang Leehom). Kuang has started a drama society to shore up patriotism. As the theater troupe's new leading lady Wong realizes that she has found her calling she is able to move and inspire audiences - and Kuang. He convenes a core group of students to carry out a radical and ambitious plan to assassinate a top Japanese collaborator Mr. Yee (Tony Leung). Each student has a part to play; Wong will be Mrs. Mak who will gain Yee's trust by befriending his wife (Joan Chen) and then draw the man into an affair. Wong transforms herself utterly inside and out and the scenario proceeds as scripted - until an unexpectedly fatal twist spurs her to flee. Shanghai 1941. With no end in sight for the occupation Wong - having emigrated from Hong Kong - goes through the motions of her existence. Much to her surprise Kuang re-enters her life. Now part of the organized resistance he enlists her to again become Mrs. Mak in a revival of the plot to kill Yee who as head of the collaborationist secret service has become even more a key part of the puppet government. As Wong reprises her earlier role and is drawn ever closer to her dangerous prey she finds her very identity being pushed to the limit...

  • Ashes Of Time Redux [Blu-ray] [2008] [DVD] Ashes Of Time Redux | Blu Ray | (26/01/2009) from £8.65  |  Saving you £11.34 (56.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Leslie Cheung, Brigitte Lin, Maggie Cheung, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Tony Leung Kar FaiDirector: Wong Kar-Wai

  • Hero [Blu-ray] Hero | Blu Ray | (19/09/2011) from £8.89  |  Saving you £16.10 (64.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    One man will challenge an empire... In pre-Imperial China feared warrior Nameless (Jet Li) is granted an audience with the ruler of the most powerful of the seven warring kingdoms (Chen Daoming). Posing as a minor official Nameless sets about his mission of revenge by relating the tale of how he defeated the three most fearsome of the ruler's adversaries. However nothing is as it seems and Nameless is placed in great personal peril as the king suggests a very different version of events which brought him to the palace... Filled with breathtaking wirework-enhanced martial arts sequences from action choreographer Ching Siu-Tung ('New Dragon Gate Inn' 'A Chinese Ghost Story') truly sumptuous cinematography from the legendary Christopher Doyle ('In The Mood For Love') and an expressive traditional score from Tan Dun ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') Zhang Yimou's elegant epic features an intriguing 'Rashomon' style flashback structure that will keep the audience guessing until the very end. The most expensive movie ever made in China and a blockbuster upon its' theatrical release in the U.S. 'Hero' showcases the outstanding talents ofa multi-award winning cast including the pairing of Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung as star crossed lovers the coquettish Zhang Ziyi ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') as a feisty apprentice venerated Chen Daoming lending gravitas as the Emperor-in-waiting and real-life martial arts masters Donnie Yen and Jet Li who co-designed perhaps the greatest duel ever committed to celluloid. Nominated for both an Oscar and a BAFTA 'Hero' is an exceptional example of Asian cinema and really is one of the best looking films ever made. - The Guardian.

  • Memoirs of a Geisha/Hero Box Set Memoirs of a Geisha/Hero Box Set | DVD | (02/10/2006) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Memoirs of a Geisha: Arthur Golden's blockbuster bestseller Memoirs Of A Geisha has been brilliantly brought to the big screen by Oscar-nominated director Rob Marshall. The film opens in a remote Japanese fishing village in 1929 where two sisters Chiyo and Satsu are sold by their troubled father to people who place Chiyo in a classy geisha house known as an okiya in Gion and Satsu in a much more vulgar and dangerous district. Chiyo becomes a maid to Hatsumomo a cold controlling and calculating geisha who is instantly jealous of Chiyo's unusual beautiful eyes and childish innocence. Chiyo is befriended by Pumpkin another maid at the okiya but the two are soon driven apart. Chiyo is shown compassion by the Chairman and another more successful geisha Mameha who takes her under her wing as her ""little sister "" furthering the battle between Chiyo now called Sayuri and Hatsumomo. As Sayuri is trained in the art of being a geisha learning how to walk talk dance and serve (up to a point) in order to please and honor her distinguished male clients World War II looms on the horizon threatening to upend Japan and its old ways. Hero: In pre-Imperial China feared warrior Nameless (Jet Li) is granted an audience with the ruler of the most powerful of the seven warring kingdoms (Chen Daoming). Posing as a minor official Nameless sets about his mission of revenge by relating the tale of how he defeated the three most fearsome of the ruler's adversaries. However nothing is as it seems and Nameless is placed in great personal peril as the king suggests a very different version of events which brought him to the palace... Filled with breathtaking wirework-enhanced martial arts sequences from action choreographer Ching Siu-Tung ('New Dragon Gate Inn' 'A Chinese Ghost Story') truly sumptuous cinematography from the legendary Christopher Doyle ('In The Mood For Love') and an expressive traditional score from Tan Dun ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') Zhang Yimou's elegant epic features an intriguing 'Rashomon' style flashback structure that will keep the audience guessing until the very end. The most expensive movie ever made in China and a blockbuster upon its' theatrical release in the U.S. 'Hero' showcases the outstanding talents ofa multi-award winning cast including the pairing of Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung as star crossed lovers the coquettish Zhang Ziyi ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') as a feisty apprentice venerated Chen Daoming lending gravitas as the Emperor-in-waiting and real-life martial arts masters Donnie Yen and Jet Li who co-designed perhaps the greatest duel ever committed to celluloid.

  • Infernal Affairs - The Complete Trilogy [Blu-ray] Infernal Affairs - The Complete Trilogy | Blu Ray | (11/10/2010) from £16.98  |  Saving you £13.01 (43.40%)  |  RRP £29.99

    Three features now in High Definition. Directed by Andrew Lau and Alan Mak, Infernal Affairs is a tense thriller featuring Hong Kong superstars Andy Lau and Tony Leung. The film follows the parallel lives of Ming (Lau), a cop who secretly reports to ruthless Triad crime boss Sam (Eric Tsang); and Yan (Leung), an undercover police officer who poses as a Triad member in Sam's gang. For Yan, the years of living in the criminal underworld have taken their toll, and he longs to return to regular police duty. However, the only person who knows Yan's true identity is his mentor Superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong), also the unsuspecting superior of Ming. When Wong's officers come face to face with Sam's gang, both leaders realise there are moles in their midst. Soon Yan and Ming must track each other down, leading to an inevitable confrontation. Unlike many contemporary Hong Kong films, Infernal Affairs steers clear of over-the-top action in favour of a more stylised and subdued story that builds on emotional and psychological tension. Leung is riveting as the undercover cop who desperately wants a normal life, while Lau instils his corrupt character with confidence and charm that mask his deep inner conflict. These two stellar turns are ably supported by veteran actors Wong and Tsang, along with Sammi Cheng and Kelly Chen. A huge blockbluster in Asia, Infernal Affairs is a landmark of Hong Kong cinema that deserves the same status abroad. Part of the New Directors/New Films 2003 series presented by The Department of Film and Media at the Museum of Modern Art and the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City. Also features: 'Infernal Affairs II' and 'Infernal Affairs III'.

  • Happy Together [1997] Happy Together | DVD | (24/11/2003) from £29.98  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Lai and Ho arrive in Argentina from Hong Kong as lovers but Ho leaves for Buenos Aires to become a good-time boy. Lai attempts to regain his emotional state but finds that he is consumed with the dream of being ""happy together"" once again with Ho. Wong Kar-Wai winner for Best Director at Cannes and cinematographer Christopher Doyle marry the rythmns of Buenos Aires and Frank Zappa's jazz to an astonishing array of images. A tribute to blind passion and creative intimacy Happy

  • 2046 2046 | DVD | (23/05/2005) from £8.82  |  Saving you £11.17 (55.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Opening in the year 2046 in which a man named Tak (Takuya Kimura) attempts to persuade wjw1967 (Faye Wong) to travel back in time with him the film soon shifts to the year 1966 in which Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung Chiu-wai) a struggling author asks the woman he loves Su Li-Zhen (Gong Li) to sail with him from Singapore to Hong Kong on Christmas Eve. She declines and over the next three years we return to Chow Mo-Wan on December 24 as he finds himself with another woman each year: l

  • Bullet In The Head Bullet In The Head | DVD | (05/07/2004) from £12.99  |  Saving you £5.01 (25.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Powerful sweeping and uncompromising John Woo pulls out all the stops to deliver a film of unforgettable intensity and emotional gravity that is guaranteed to set the pulse racing with some of the finest action sequences of his distinguished career. When three longtime friends (Tony Leung Jacky Cheung and Waise Lee) become involved in the death of a rival gang member they are forced to leave Hong Kong in order to escape the police. Their only ticket out is a free ride to Saigon w

  • Hero [DVD] Hero | DVD | (30/05/2011) from £3.39  |  Saving you £16.60 (83.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    One man will challenge an empire... In pre-Imperial China feared warrior Nameless (Jet Li) is granted an audience with the ruler of the most powerful of the seven warring kingdoms (Chen Daoming). Posing as a minor official Nameless sets about his mission of revenge by relating the tale of how he defeated the three most fearsome of the ruler's adversaries. However nothing is as it seems and Nameless is placed in great personal peril as the king suggests a very different version of events which brought him to the palace... Filled with breathtaking wirework-enhanced martial arts sequences from action choreographer Ching Siu-Tung ('New Dragon Gate Inn' 'A Chinese Ghost Story') truly sumptuous cinematography from the legendary Christopher Doyle ('In The Mood For Love') and an expressive traditional score from Tan Dun ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') Zhang Yimou's elegant epic features an intriguing 'Rashomon' style flashback structure that will keep the audience guessing until the very end. The most expensive movie ever made in China and a blockbuster upon its' theatrical release in the U.S. 'Hero' showcases the outstanding talents ofa multi-award winning cast including the pairing of Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung as star crossed lovers the coquettish Zhang Ziyi ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') as a feisty apprentice venerated Chen Daoming lending gravitas as the Emperor-in-waiting and real-life martial arts masters Donnie Yen and Jet Li who co-designed perhaps the greatest duel ever committed to celluloid. Nominated for both an Oscar and a BAFTA 'Hero' is an exceptional example of Asian cinema and really is one of the best looking films ever made. - The Guardian

  • 2046 [DVD] 2046 | DVD | (28/01/2013) from £6.81  |  Saving you £6.18 (47.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    2046 continues the story of Chow Mo Wan (Tony Leung - Hero) from Wong Kar-Wai's previous film In The Mood for Love a few years after his ephemeral affair with Maggie Cheung's Su Li-zhen. Set in late-1960's Hong Kong Chow is now an out of work journalist and pulp fiction writer living in a cheap hotel. Bruised and battered by love he pursues a playboy lifestyle of zero commitment and one-night stands. He develops a passion for a beautiful call girl (Zi Yi Zhang - House Of The Flying Daggers) enjoys a breezy summer with the hotel manager's eldest daughter (Faye Wong) and happens across the path of a professional gambler (Gong Li) who he met in Singapore some years before. In the meantime Chow works on a science fiction novel about a mysterious hi-tech train that transports people to the year 2046 to reclaim their lost memories.

  • Ashes Of Time Redux [2008] Ashes Of Time Redux | DVD | (26/01/2009) from £6.65  |  Saving you £9.18 (57.40%)  |  RRP £15.99

    In ancient China on the edge of a vast desert swordsman Ouyang Feng (Leslie Cheung) lives the life of a vagabond controlling a network of deadly assassins. Pitiless and cynical his heart has long been wounded by a love he neglected then lost. But as seasons friends and enemies come and go he begins to reflect back upon the origin of his solitude. Action-packed and visually dazzling with an all-star cast of Hong Kong cinema greats and extraordinary cinematography by Christopher Doyle Ashes of Time Redux is the ultimate edition of Wong Kar Wai's long-lost martial arts classic brilliantly re-cut and remixed for the 21st Century.

  • Eagle Shooting Heroes [1993] Eagle Shooting Heroes | DVD | (09/02/2009) from £2.89  |  Saving you £13.10 (81.90%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The Eagle Shooting Heroes is Wuxia comedy at it's absolute best! A parody of Jin Yong's novel of the same name puts together a complex plot snappy performances musical numbers and lots of action.

  • 2046 / In The Mood For Love 2046 / In The Mood For Love | DVD | (23/05/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £29.99

    2046: Opening in the year 2046 in which a man named Tak (Takuya Kimura) attempts to persuade wjw1967 (Faye Wong) to travel back in time with him the film soon shifts to the year 1966 in which Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung Chiu-wai) a struggling author asks the woman he loves Su Li-Zhen (Gong Li) to sail with him from Singapore to Hong Kong on Christmas Eve. She declines and over the next three years we return to Chow Mo-Wan on December 24 as he finds himself with another woman

  • Hero [Blu-ray] [2002] Hero | Blu Ray | (14/09/2009) from £10.98  |  Saving you £13.01 (54.20%)  |  RRP £23.99

    One man will challenge an empire... In pre-Imperial China feared warrior Nameless (Jet Li) is granted an audience with the ruler of the most powerful of the seven warring kingdoms (Chen Daoming). Posing as a minor official Nameless sets about his mission of revenge by relating the tale of how he defeated the three most fearsome of the ruler's adversaries. However nothing is as it seems and Nameless is placed in great personal peril as the king suggests a very different version of events which brought him to the palace... Filled with breathtaking wirework-enhanced martial arts sequences from action choreographer Ching Siu-Tung ('New Dragon Gate Inn' 'A Chinese Ghost Story') truly sumptuous cinematography from the legendary Christopher Doyle ('In The Mood For Love') and an expressive traditional score from Tan Dun ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') Zhang Yimou's elegant epic features an intriguing 'Rashomon' style flashback structure that will keep the audience guessing until the very end. The most expensive movie ever made in China and a blockbuster upon its' theatrical release in the U.S. 'Hero' showcases the outstanding talents ofa multi-award winning cast including the pairing of Tony Leung and Maggie Cheung as star crossed lovers the coquettish Zhang Ziyi ('Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon') as a feisty apprentice venerated Chen Daoming lending gravitas as the Emperor-in-waiting and real-life martial arts masters Donnie Yen and Jet Li who co-designed perhaps the greatest duel ever committed to celluloid. Nominated for both an Oscar and a BAFTA 'Hero' is an exceptional example of Asian cinema and really is one of the best looking films ever made. - The Guardian.

  • Hero [DVD] [2002] Hero | DVD | (24/08/2009) from £1.98  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Director Zhang Yimou brings the sumptuous visual style of his previous films (Raise the Red Lantern, Shanghai Triad) to the high-kicking kung fu genre. A nameless warrior (Jet Li, Romeo Must Die, Once Upon a Time in China) arrives at an emperor's palace with three weapons, each belonging to a famous assassin who had sworn to kill the emperor. As the nameless man spins out his story--and the emperor presents his own interpretation of what might really have happened--each episode is drenched in red, blue, white or another dominant color. Hero combines sweeping cinematography and superb performances from the cream of the Hong Kong cinema (Maggie Cheung, Irma Vep, Comrades: Almost a Love Story; Tony Leung Chiu-Wai, In the Mood for Love, Hard Boiled; and Zhang Ziyi, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon). The result is stunning, a dazzling action movie with an emotional richness that deepens with every step. --Bret Fetzer

  • The Wong Kar-Wai Collection [1994] The Wong Kar-Wai Collection | DVD | (26/01/2009) from £16.67  |  Saving you £13.32 (44.40%)  |  RRP £29.99

    Titles Comprise: Ashes of Time Redux: In ancient China on the edge of a vast desert swordsman Ouyang Feng (Leslie Cheung) lives the life of a vagabond controlling a network of deadly assassins. Pitiless and cynical his heart has long been wounded by a love he neglected then lost. But as seasons friends and enemies come and go he begins to reflect back upon the origin of his solitude. Action-packed and visually dazzling with an all-star cast of Hong Kong cinema greats and extraordinary cinematography by Christopher Doyle Ashes of Time Redux is the ultimate edition of Wong Kar Wai's long-lost martial arts classic brilliantly re-cut and remixed for the 21st Century. Chungking Express: 'Chungking Express' is the ultra-stylish film by internationally acclaimed Hong Kong director Wong Kar-Wai. Using gorgeous Hong Kong stars and perfect pop music 'Chungking Express' tells two stories of lovelorn cops dangerous drug smugglers and California dreamers. The first story takes place in the infamous Chungking Mansions as melancholic Cop No 223 meets a mysterious woman in a wig and dark glasses in a late night bar little dreaming she's a big-time heroin smuggler up to her neck in trouble. The second story is set around the Midnight Express fast-food joint where Cop No 663 played by Hong Kong heart-throb Tony Leung orders his dinner each night. So broken-up over an air hostess who's flown away 663 fails to notice that the girl who serves his food (Hong Kong rock star Faye Wong) has a massive crush on him. Until to the soundtrack of California Dreaming she takes drastic action to mend his broken heart... Happy Together Cult director Wong Kar Wai's first film shot outside of Hong Kong is a spellbinding tribute to blind passion that features two of Asian cinema's biggest stars. Lai (Tony Leung) and Ho (Leslie Cheung) arrive in Argentina as lovers but while driving south in search of adventures something goes wrong and Ho leaves for Buenos Aries. Devastated Lai finds work in a tango bar but is consumed by thoughts of being happy together once more with Ho. A heady cocktail of sound and vision Wong and cinematographer Christopher Doyle marry the rythms of Buenos Aries and Frank Zappa's jazz to an astonishing array of images.

  • The Wong Kar-Wai Collection The Wong Kar-Wai Collection | DVD | (13/11/2006) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £29.99

    In The Mood For Love (2 Disc Edition Within The Set): Hong Kong 1962. Chow (Tony Leung) is a junior newspaper editor with an elusive wife. His new neighbour Li-zhen (Maggie Cheung) is a secretary whose husband seems to spend all his time on business trips. They become friends making the lonely evenings more bearable. As their relationship develops they make a discovery that changes their lives forever... In this sumptuous exploration of desire internationally acclaimed director Wong Kar-Wai creates a world of sensuality and longing that will leave you breathless. 'In the Mood for Love' has seduced audiences and critics alike winning awards at Cannes 2000 for best actor cinematography and editing. As Tears Go By: Low-level triad ""big brother"" Wah (Andy Lau) has a hot-tempered ""little brother"" Fly (Jacky Cheung) who can't keep out of trouble and consequently is in constant need of being bailed out by his protector. Wah is super cool but lacks the ambition to rise in the ranks of the triad societies and once he meets his cousin (Maggie Cheung) and falls in love with her he decides he wants to leave ""the life"". But it turns out that he has to bail out Fly one more time. And this time Fly may have gone too far.... Days Of Being Wild: Hong Kong 1960. In a sweltering hot summer York (Leslie Cheung) an amoral disillusioned and cruel young man is kept in luxury by his foster mother a retired courtesan who gives him everything but the one thing he needs to know; the identity of his natural mother. A self-obsessed man desperately seeking his true identity York plays carelessly with his lovers a lonely submissive bargirl (Maggie Cheung) and a beautiful club hostess/dancer (Carina Lau) and his friends before leaving them all for Taiwan in search of the truth that has been denied and may ultimately destroy him...

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