Eureka Entertainment have released a number of fantastic Asian cinema releases now add Made In Hong Kong.
Fruit Chan’s cult-movie of eternal and tragic beauty, getting a 4K restoration on Blu-ray for the first time in the UK, as part of The Masters of Cinema Series on 21 September 2020.
Released to critical acclaim in 1997, the year of the Hong Kong handover, Fruit Chan’s Made in Hong Kong was praised as an anarchic masterpiece, a powerful distillation of urban alienation and youthful despair.
Moon (Sam Lee) is a small-time triad, stuck in an endless cycle of pointless violence with no hope of escape. After he and his friends witness the suicide of a young girl, they embark on a journey to deliver two letters she had on her when she died.
Produced on a shoestring budget, with non-professional actors and using discarded film reels for stock, the film was rescued from obscurity and fully restored in 4K in time for its 20th anniversary in 2017, thanks to the Far East Film Festival, in collaboration with Andy Lau’s Hong Kong production company, Focus Film.
Eureka Entertainment have created a newly restored Trailer, check it out…
“An intoxicating drama about teenage alienation (…) Fruit Chan’s vision of youthful nihilism still carries a heartfelt charge” – BBC
BLU-RAY EDITION SPECIAL FEATURES
- LIMITED EDITION O-CARD SLIPCASE (2000 Copies Only)
- 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from a 4K digital restoration
- Uncompressed LPCM 2.0 audio | Optional English subtitles
- New interview with director Fruit Chan
- New interview with producer Doris Yang
- New interview with producer Daniel Yu
- New interview with Marco Muller, former director of the Locarno Film Festival
- A collector’s booklet featuring new writing by film historian Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Tony Rayns; and an archival interview with director Fruit Chan