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Under the Light

Su Jianming (played by Lei Jiayin), the son of Deputy Mayor Zheng Gang (Zhang Guoli) of Jinjiang City, defies his father’s counsel and attends a cunning dinner invitation from the wealthiest man in Jinjiang City, Li Zhitian (played by Yu Hewei). To his astonishment, he becomes an unwilling witness to a shocking incident where someone is coerced into thrusting their hand into a simmering hotpot. As past mysteries resurface, hidden factions from various quarters plot and scheme, employing intricate strategies, scrutiny, and suspicion. Amidst the web of conflicting desires, the pressing question remains: who will ultimately unveil the final mask?

Moscow Mission

In 1993, a series of violent armed robberies occurred on the K3/4 international train connecting Beijing and Moscow, the only land communication line between China and Europe back then. The Chinese police engaged in a cross-border investigation and vowed to bring the perpetrators to justice. Disguised as businessmen and undaunted by danger, a special operations team led by the Railway Police set off for this investigation in the unfamiliar territory of Moscow, with only one goal in mind: to arrest the criminals and successfully extradite them back to China.

The film is based on a real historical event.

New Gods: Yang Jian

Wu Renyao, a young motorcyclist performing stunts on a dock, with his clumsy father, Wu Renteng, who’s barely visited him over the years; Zhou Huansong, a restaurant waitress dreaming of living in a big city, with her dramatic but earnest brother, Zhou Huange… Such are some of the characters caught up in the nexus of fate. Both wanting to become the opposite of their closest family member, Yao and Huansong try to support each other while remaing independent, but miscommunications haunt their relationship. Driven by the changes in their lives, Yao and Huansong leaves their hometown to tour the big big world on a journey of unpredictability, filled with love and departures, amusement and sadness.

Man On The Edge

Wu Renyao, a young motorcyclist performing stunts on a dock, with his clumsy father, Wu Renteng, who’s barely visited him over the years; Zhou Huansong, a restaurant waitress dreaming of living in a big city, with her dramatic but earnest brother, Zhou Huange… Such are some of the characters caught up in the nexus of fate. Both wanting to become the opposite of their closest family member, Yao and Huansong try to support each other while remaing independent, but miscommunications haunt their relationship. Driven by the changes in their lives, Yao and Huansong leaves their hometown to tour the big big world on a journey of unpredictability, filled with love and departures, amusement and sadness.

Raging Fire

While conducting a raid to arrest a drug lord, the police encounter a team of masked thugs. In a stunning act of sabotage, the thugs steal the drugs and murder the police officers on the scene. Arriving late, Inspector Cheung Shung-bong (Donnie Yen) is devastated to see the brutal aftermath of the carnage. After investigating overnight, Bong discovers that the cop killers are led by Ngo (Nicholas Tse), a former fellow cop. Behind Ngo’s scar is a tragic story of a police force rising star who is forced into a life of crime, and the man who pushed Ngo into crime was none other than Bong. As the two men’s fates are entangled again, it’s time to settle the score once and for all…