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Fruit Chan

The Longest Summer (Que Nian Yan Hua Te Bie Duo)

Edition 1999
128' - 1998 - Drama - Dialogue: Cantonese
Director: Fruit Chan Composer: Kenneth Bi, Wah-Chuen Lam With: Robby Cheung, Tak-Man Fong, Tony Ho
March 1997. The Hong Kong Military Corps disbanded. Ga Yin was a sergeant in the Corps. At the handover of Hong Kong to the Chinese, Ga Yin and his ex-colleagues are left unemployed. Driven to desperation he convinces four of them to test their combative skills in a fantastic bank robbery. From that moment on, their lives change forever. They have no choice but to see the dark times through and be reborn with the rest of post-handover Hong Kong.

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Credits

Director

Fruit Chan

Composer

Kenneth Bi, Wah-Chuen Lam

With

Robby Cheung, Tak-Man Fong, Tony Ho

Scenario

Fruit Chan

Director of Photography

Wah-Chuen Lam

Editor

Fruit Chan

Producer

Andy Lau

More information

Dialogue

Cantonese

Countries of production

Hong Kong

Year

1998

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