Hong Kong movies are not all about Kung Fu, fighting and bloodshed. There are movies made in Hong Kong which seek to enlighten audiences on the real Hong Kong daily life and social issues. In case you too are a movie buff and enjoy true representation of Hong Kong life and society in the 7th art, here are 7 of our recommendations: 1. Still Human (淪落人) (running time: approx. 2 hours, Cantonese with Eng subtitles) Still from the film (Courtesy of Cinema Escapist website at www.
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