My Father Is A Hero
 
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My Father Is A Hero

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Manufacturer
Kam & Ronson
Version
DVD Region 3
DTS-ES
1w Expected stock arrival within 1 week
Price
US$9.99

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Original Name  給爸爸的信
Official Release Date  Mar 03, 2011
Starring  Jet Li, Anita Mui, Blacky Ko Sau-Leung, Tze Miu, Yu Rong Guang, Ken Lo Wai-Kwong, Ngai Sing, Damian Lau
Director  Corey Yuen
Screen Format  Anamorphic Wide Screen
Video Format  NTSC
Audio  Dolby Digital
Language  Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles  English, Chinese
Year  1995
Running Time  104 Minutes
Genre  Action
Version  Hong Kong
  Category IIA
Not suitable for children.
PAX-Code PAX0003297065
Catalog No.  KDVD3801
Item Code  4897005038017

description

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akhim24 (106) on 20, Oct. 2012 16:43 (HKT)

good movie
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SK (101) on 22, Nov. 2010 22:45 (HKT)

Set in the Wanhua district of Taipei in the 1980s, Monga is a film about the lives of Taiwanese gangsters. The plot primarily centers around the lives of five young gangsters, documenting their days in high school to their venture into adulthood whilst exploring themes like friendship and loyalty. The plot is interesting and dramatic and the characters are well-developed. My only critique is that some of the scenes and the dialogue can feel a bit dragged out and repetitive. But overall, it is quite a polished production that is well-acted by its young cast and the film does a great job developing these characters and in telling the compelling story that these kids go through.
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