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Port of Call

by Philip Yung Window: Hong Kong

Detective Chong hides his face behind horn-rimmed glasses, a grey fringe and a round-the-mouth beard. As a hardboiled veteran of his field, there is almost nothing he hasn’t seen. But his latest case has got a real kick to it: the bloody crime scene is witness to a dreadful murder, the offender is at hand – but where’s the body? Director Philip Kung casts off the old-fashioned rules of genre as he explores the past of both victim and perpetrator over three different time frames. A fascinating and bleak vision captured in Hong Kong camera master Christopher Doyle’s own fragmented visual language. ZFF presents the director’s cut of the closing film of this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival.


  • Genre: Drama
  • Country, Year: Hong Kong, 2015
  • Runtime: 110 Min
  • Languages: Cantonese
  • Subtitles: English
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  • Director: Philip Yung
  • Cast: Aaron Kwok, Jessie Li, Elaine Jin, Michael Ning, Patrick Tam, Maggie Shiu, Eddie Chan, Tai Bo, Tam Ping-Man, Chan Lai-Wan, Jacky Cai
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  • Screenplay: Philip Yung
  • Cinematography: Christopher Doyle
  • Editors: Philip Yung, Chu Ka Yat
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  • Producers: Julia Chu, Kingman Cho, Esther Koo
  • Executive Producer: Patrick Tong
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  • Production Companies: Mei Ah Films Production Co. Ltd. , Golden Gate Productions
  • World Sales: Mei Ah Entertainment Group Limited
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