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Huinin Yinfa Dakbit Do Details

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Hong Kong director [[Performer~P204539~Fruit Chan~fruitchan]]'s second film in a projected trilogy about the city's 1997 transfer of political power from England to China (following 1997's [[Feature~V159969~Made In Hong Kong~heunggongchaichou]]), Huinin Yinfa Dakbit Do/The Longest Summer is an epic drama about a handful of friends who confront the ongoing political upheaval by taking up a life of crime. Three months before Hong Kong is to be returned to China, Ga-yin ([[Performer~P268239~Tony Ho~tonyho]]) finds himself without a career when the Hong Kong Military Service Corps is disbanded. Ga-Yin and his buddies soon join forces with Ga-Yin's brother Ga-suen ([[Performer~P209611~Sam Lee~samlee]]), a petty criminal who wants to make a name for himself with the Triads, and together they hatch an elaborate scheme to rob a bank. The film's original Cantonese title roughly translates as "Last Year's Fireworks Were Especially Big." ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Crew

Fruit Chan
Director
Fruit Chan
Screenwriter
Lam Wah-chuen
Cinematographer
Lam Wah-chuen
Composer (Music Score)
Kenneth Bi
Composer (Music Score)
Tin Sam-Fat
Editor
Andrew Lau
Executive Producer
William Fung
Costume Designer
Wenders Li
Sound/Sound Designer
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