This is a tragic tale about a young girl, played by Ivy Ling Po, who gets married and has five kids. She and her husband later die, forcing one child to be sold into prostitution to feed the other four. Chinese culture dictates that great respect is given to the elders and in this film, it is an elder that is the hero, telling audiences that although sadness abounds, they can return home happy so long as they remain with Confucian's teachings.
Lo Chen plays the dedicated wife of a man being pressured by a nasty belly dancer. She uncovers a pit of deceit, double-crosses, murder, and endless blackmailing. The belly dancer gets stabbed, but then her brother moves in on her scheme. There's a mysterious man (played by award winning actor Ku Feng) who's offering evidence for cash, but also has a completely separate extortion plot on the side. Just as it seems everyone around her has some sort of racket going on, homicide rears its ugly head again, threatening our heroine with extinction. Try solving it yourself before the last knife is stabbed.
Ivy Ling Po , Kao Yuen , Li Hsiang-chun , Wang Hsieh
Four martial arts experts live in Seoul after the Korean War in the 1950s. One of them inexplicably crosses path with a drug trafficking syndicate, and his three friends have no choice but to fight a brutal battle on his side...
David Chiang, Ti Lung, Wang Chung, Yasuaki Kurata, Chen Kuan-tai
The chase may be long, but the action is fast and furious is this tale of a dart master-for-hire and the innkeeper’s daughter, Hsueh-niang (Li Ching) who loves him. Kou Ying (Yueh Hua) is under deadly threat from a police officer after he assassinates a Government Minister, while Hsueh-niang is the target of murderous local bandits. The consummately versatile director, Ho Meng-hua soon to be declared a master of the “esoteric weapon” kung-fu film, develops his style with this sharp thriller that really gets to the point.
A heroic tale about Hong Kong's brave firefighters. These courageous men can march into disastrous firegrounds and risk their lives to save others. However, do they have the same courage to confront their personal issues?
In swordplay movies, females played a more central role in the plots and the swordswomen created in the genre are some of the most charismatic figures in Hong Kong cinema thanks in great part to Cheng Pei-pei. In The Jade Raksha, Cheng Pei-pei becomes a human combine harvester as she hacks and whacks a path through life avenging the death of her family under the moniker "The Jade Raksha." Cheng Pei-pei gained international recognition in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.
Love triangles or quadrangles rule, as a group of young people get entangled in a web of love and emotions. Director Doe Chin, renowned for his dramas and musicals, knows just how to tug at the heartstrings.
Return Of The Phoenix is yet another masterpiece from prolific director Li Han-hsiang. An imperial minister Cheng Pu (Ching Miao) is faced with a quandary. He’s getting old and his daughters are still not married. Elder daughter Shueh-yeh (Elizabeth Chuang) is so ugly no one wants her. Younger daughter Shueh-wu (Li Hsiang-chun) is beautiful but Mrs Cheng refuses to let her marry before her elder sister. The drama unfolds when Cheng decides to marry Shueh-wu off.
Li Hsiang-chun, King Feng, Kao Pao-shu, Jen Chieh, Ching Miao, Chiang Kwong-chao
Guo Jing and Huang Rong return to Peach Blossom Island and discovered that Guo’s martial arts teachers have been murdered. This makes Huang’s father the suspect. Huang insists that there is a conspiracy behind. Can they uncover the truth?
In The Sword And The Lute, Kwei Wu (Jimmy Wang Yu) and his partner (Chin Ping) are on a mission to destroy the "Phoenix Lute", a deadly weapon that shoots poisonous needles up to 500 paces and which can only be destroyed by the Kan curved sword...
Martial arts superstar, Jimmy Wang Yu plays the young hot-headed Kuo Liang, Police Chief Inspector Yang's son. Kuo falls in love with sexy dancing girl, Mei Lin (Margret Hsing Hui), and when he needs money, he gambles. The world is a cruel place and Kuo is duped of his cash by trickster Chen Piao (Ku Feng). When Mei Lin is raped by a bunch of teddy boys, Kuo's urge to take his own justice grows... but how can he break the law when his father is the Police Chief!
Wang Yu, Margaret Hsing Hui, Tien Feng, Tang Ching, Lin Ching
The noted actress Li Li-hua, star of more than sixty films since 1947, beautifully portrays the drugged, then disgraced wife of a peddler in the waning days of the Ching Dynasty. To make matters worse, she's soon framed for her husband’s murder by her rapist - the son of the local magistrate! And even that isn’t the end of her woes. It's best to have a box of tissues nearby as two expert directors ratchet up the emotional suspense in this consummate tearjerker.
Li Li-hua, Kao Pao-shu, Ouyang Sha-fei, Kwan Shan, Ku Wen-chung
Costume drama auteur Li han-hsiang adapts thee erotic and mystic tales from the Chinese classical literatures and visualizes them on screen into an instant cult classic. Starring the hottest stars Tien Ni, Hu Chin, Chen Ping, Yang Chun, and Yueh Hua, the stories span across time from the Tang to Ming dynasties, filled with exotic characters such as emperors, concubines, monks, and fortune-tellers, intertwined in a world of adultery, lust and greed. Costume drama buffs should not miss it.