Fu sing (2012)

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In 1940s Hong Kong, an orphaned boy (Aaron Kwok) rises above oppressive circumstances to become an esteemed engineer for the British colonies, but still struggles to learn where he came from.




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22 February 2019 | yoggwork
| this film feels strange
How to say, this film feels strange. In terms of struggle, there is a lot of space to describe discrimination against Chinese Americans in Hong Kong and Britain; in terms of history, but neglect important events; in terms of emotions, we can only see that the male and the two women are inseparable. And it's disgusting to add something about the heavenly Dynasty in the second half of the film. What's wrong with the way to foreigners? You're in the Commonwealth and you don't even need a visa. If one-sided, one will flatter.

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Release Date:

18 May 2012



Country of Origin

Hong Kong

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