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  • Little Cheung (1999) -

    Directed by Fruit Chan. With Yuet-Ming Yiu, Wai-Fan Mak, Yuet-Man Mak, Robby. In 1997, Little Cheung is a street-wise nine-year-old boy living in a bustling ...

  • LITTLE CHEUNG | Wild Bunch

    Long synopsis : A nine-year old boy confronts the heady complexities of the adult world, its violence, guilt and loss, with comic and tragic consequences.

  • Fruit Chan - Wikipedia

    Fruit Chan Gor (Chinese: ... going on in Hong Kong at the time. The film was the first part to a trilogy that included The Longest Summer and Little Cheung.

  • Little Cheung 細路祥 (2000) - Eng Sub - YouTube

    Little Cheung Title Sequence - Adv. Motion Graphics Student Showcase 3 - Duration: 7:25. AADVD, UOWCHK/CCCU 1,631 views. 7:25. 2017第36 ...

  • Xilu xiang (Little Cheung) (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

    Fruit Chan continues his informal trilogy about life in post-handover Hong Kong, which began with the edgy Made in Hong Kong (1997) and continued with his gangster ...

  • Little Cheung – Variety

    A multifaceted portrait of the bonds that tie within a working-class Hong Kong family, "Little Cheung" reps a distinct change of pace and style for writer-director ...

  • Little Cheung, directed by Fruit Chan | Film review

    There are three Cheungs in Chan's complex and inventive film: the dying Cantonese opera star Tang Wing-Cheung (to whom the film is dedicated), the original Kid

  • Little Cheung -

    Little Cheung (1999) Written & directed by: Fruit Chan Producers: Doris Yang, Makato Ueda & Keiko Ino Starring: Yiu Yuet-Ming, Mak Wai-Fan, Gary Lai, Mak Suet ...

  • Little Cheung Profiles | Facebook

    View the profiles of people named Little Cheung. Join Facebook to connect with Little Cheung and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to...

  • Little Cheung 1999 Honkong - YouTube

    The third installment of The Handover Trilogy sees Fruit Chan once again in top form in his examination of the final days of colonial Hong Kong. This time ...

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