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Revenge: A Love Story
Revenge: A Love Story
Fuk Sau Che Chi Sei
A serial-killer targeting pregnant women is on the loose
Film Summary
Wong Ching Po
Juno Mak (Dream Home), Sola Aoi (Big Tits Zombie), Tony Ho (3D Sex & Zen: Extreme Ecstasy), Chin Siu Ho (Mr. Vampire)
(English subtitles)
Hong Kong
Film Main Info
Police are investigating a serial killer who targets pregnant women and the media have labeled him ‘The Dissector’ and running sensationalist headlines such as “Pregnant woman dissected alive, husband put to death in 100 degrees boiling water”. At the scene of yet another such murder, and led by undercover detectives Jeff and Kwok Wah (Chin Siu Ho, Tony Ho) they comb the area and find a known suspect, Chan Kit (Juno Mak), and bring him in. Chan Kit remains silent throughout the physically brutal interrogation and is released without charge. If Chan Kit is not the killer, then who is? The story unfolds step by step, jumping with flashbacks as to how Chan Kit is linked to the group of undercover policeman in the first place and the pain he has silently endured; this is a story about unconditional love.
Best Direction, Moscow International Film Festival 2011
Best Director, Wong Ching Po, Moscow International Film Festival 2011
Best Actor, Juno Mak, Puchon International Film Festival 2011
"visceral thrills with a touch of substance and art house leanings...for those who enjoy unremittingly dark thrillers, it scores very highly indeed"
"...plays like a modern Hong Kong version of Se7en, only better..."
"...Wong goes for the jugular..."
"...first class genre cinema with a mean edge..."
Cinema Listings: 
Hollywood Cinema, Norwich
Derby Quad Friday 20th, Saturday 21st January 2012
DVD Info
Revenge: A Love Story UK DVD
DVD Release Date: 
23rd January 2012
Screen Ratio: 
DVD Special Features: 
Producers Interview Directors Interview Making Of Trailers What is Terracotta Festival?
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