With Dada Chen at NYAFF 2013

With Dada Chen at NYAFF 2013
With Dada Chen at NYAFF 2013

Sunday, February 07, 2016

LOST IN HONG KONG coming to home video on March 1st

Well Go USA
Lost in Hong Kong / Gang jiong
Directed by Xu Zheng
Hong Kong/China, 2015, 114 minutes

The Sequel to Lost in Thailand from Director Xu Zheng
Arrives on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital HD March 1

From the producers of Lost in Thailand and No Man’s Land comes the road trip comedy LOST IN HONG KONG, debuting on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital HD March 1 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Xu Lai had a dream once; to be an artist and marry the girl of his dreams. 15 years later, he’s sick of designing bras, humoring his baby-crazy wife and catering to his loopy in-laws. Now on a family vacation that includes his DVD-pirating, aspiring-documentarian brother-in-law, he has a hidden agenda: a chance meetup with his old flame. But ditching his clan for a clandestine hookup might be the least of his worries. There’s been a murder and the cops want a word with him. Lost in Hong Kong is directed by and stars Xu Zheng (Lost in Thailand, Breakup Buddies), with Zhao Wei (Red Cliff, Shaolin Soccer) and Bao Ber’er (Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal, The Four) rounding out the cast.

In the mid-1990s, university art majors Xu Lai (Xu Zheng) and Yang Yi (Du Juan) fell in love, but then Yang was transferred to the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Xu hasn’t seen her since. Almost twenty years later, Xu has long forgotten his dreams of becoming an artist, but he can never forget Yang even though he enjoys a comfortable life with his loving wife Cai Bo (Zhao Wei), the only major problem between them being the repeated failure of conceiving a child. During a vacation in Hong Kong with Cai’s overbearing family, Xu plans to secretly visit Yang, but Cai Bo’s goofy young brother Cai Lala (Bao Bei’er) — always carrying a video camera in hand for his documentary project — tags along like his unwelcome shadow to spoil the rendezvous. Meanwhile, in Hong Kong, Wong Jing is filming another riotous gangster movie, while two police officers (Sam Lee and Eric Kot) investigate a murder.

Bonus Features Include:
-- Making of Featurette
-- Blooper Reel

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