New Releases Bruce Lee, My Brother (IIA) (Cantonese) See review this page. Fair Game (IIB) (English, French and Arabic) See review on next page. The Cove (IIA) (English and Japanese) Combining clandestinely-shot footage and confrontational interviews, Louis Psihoyos' Oscar-winning documentary records the ritual killing of dolphins in a small Japanese inlet. Features animal rights' activist Richard O'Barry. Not reviewed. The Drunkard (IIB) (Cantonese and Shanghainese) Having inspired Wong Kar-wai's 2046, Liu Yi-chang's classic stream-of-consciousness novel about a failing writer's life and loves receives another adaptation from critic-turned-filmmaker Freddie Wong Kwok-siu. Chang Kuo-chu and Irene Wan Pik-ha star. CT Incite Mill (IIB) (Japanese) Hideo Nakata, of Ringu fame, directs a thriller about 10 people who head to an underground complex thinking they'll be given lucrative jobs. Not reviewed. The Next Three Days (IIB) A remake of the French film Anything for Her, Paul Haggis' film stars Russell Crowe as a university professor plotting to free his wife from prison. Elizabeth Banks and Liam Neeson also star. Not reviewed. The Round-up (IIA) (French) Starring Melanie Laurent, Jean Reno and Sylvie Testud, Rosalyne Bosch's film revolves around the French police's mass arrest of French Jews in Paris in June 1942. Not reviewed. General Releases Confessions (III) (Japanese) Takako Matsu stars as a teacher who seeks to avenge her daughter's murder. CT The Disappearance of Alice Creed (III) A thriller about a kidnap which heats up as the relationship between the abductors and abductee gets more intimate. Gemma Arterton stars. CT Due Date (IIA) Todd Philips' follow-up to The Hangover sees an arrogant architect (Robert Downey Jnr) pairing up with a fumbling wannabe actor (Zach Galifianakis) as he tries to travel across the US by car to witness the birth of his first child. CT The Experiment (IIB) Based on the 2001 film about the infamous Stanford prison experiment, Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring directs Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker in a thriller about how a psychological test veers out of control. CT Heartbreaker (IIB) (French) French art house darling Romain Duris strolls into mainstream romantic-comedy territory with a role as a man who breaks up couples for a living. CT I Wish I Knew (I) (Putonghua) Jia Zhangke's documentary examines the history of Shanghai. CT Jackass 3-D (IIB) Johnny Knoxville and his crew's dangerous stunts get the stereoscopic treatment. Jeff Tremaine directs a Jackass film for the third time. CT Merry-Go-Round (IIA) (Cantonese and English) Yan Yan Mak and Clement Cheng co-direct a drama which reflects on traditions, love and mortality through the meeting of a terminally ill woman, a herbalist and a janitor at the Tung Wah Coffin Home. Ella Koon Yun-na, Nora Miao Ho-sau and Teddy Robin star. CT Red (IIB) Red stands for 'retired, extremely dangerous' in CIA parlance. Robert Schwentke's action-thriller revolves around retired special agents trying to defend themselves from rogue officials within the US government. Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren star. CT Skyline (IIB) The Strause brothers direct a sci-fi blockbuster about an alien invasion of earth which sees Los Angelinos sucked into the ether when exposed to light beams from above. Starring Eric Balfour and Scottie Thompson. Not reviewed. The Social Network (IIB) Semi-fictional story about how university student Mark Zuckerberg invented Facebook. Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield and Justin Timberlake star. David Fincher directs. CT Under the Hawthorn Tree (I) (Putonghua) Zhang Yimou revisits the Cultural Revolution with a squeaky-clean romance between a teenager sent down to work in the countryside and the young engineer she meets there. Zhou Dongyu and Shawn Dou star. PF Unstoppable (IIB) Denzel Washington and Chris Pine play two railway company employees trying to stop a unmanned train carrying inflammable cargo from destroying a city. Tony Scott directs. CT You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger (IIB) Again set in London, Woody Allen's 40th film is an ensemble piece comprising a pensioner whose husband has left her for a call-girl, a young woman torn between her boss and her husband, who in turn is attracted to his mysterious neighbour. Naomi Watts, Josh Brolin and Gemma Jones star. CT Art House Master of Suspense: Alfred Hitchcock Retrospective The Leisure and Cultural Services Department presents a programme of 20 Alfred Hitchcock films, including the following six films. Until Nov 28. Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho; Science Museum, 2 Science Museum Rd, TST East; and Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST, HK$50 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 2900 Marnie Marnie steals money from every company she works for, until she meets a boss who wants to cure her of the obsession. Starring Tippi Hedren, Sean Connery and Diane Baker. In English with English subtitles. Nov 26, 7.30pm, Space Museum. Spellbound Drama centring on a psychiatrist and her amnesiac patient who is accused of murder. Starring Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck and Leo G. Carroll. In English with English subtitles. Nov 27, 2.30pm, Space Museum. Rebecca A young woman marries an aristocrat whose dead wife still lingers in his memory. Starring Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine and Judith Anderson. In English with English subtitles. Nov 27, 5.30pm, Space Museum. Vertigo A San Francisco detective suffering from dizzy spells investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife. Starring James Stewart, Kim Novak and Barbara Bel Geddes. In English with Chinese and English subtitles. Nov 27, 8.30pm, Space Museum. Saboteur The prime suspect in a fire searches for the mystery man who was at the crime scene and can prove his innocence. Starring Robert Cummings, Priscilla Lane, Otto Kruger. In English with English subtitles. Nov 28, 7pm, Space Museum. Strangers on a Train Two strangers who meet on a train joke about killing the other's most hated person, but for one of them it's no joke. Starring Robert Walker, Farley Granger, Laura Elliott. In English with English subtitles. Nov 28, 9.30pm, Space Museum. HK Independent Film Festival Ying E Chi presents films from Hong Kong and various countries, including five films by John Cassavetes, an American independent filmmaker; including the following five films. Until Nov 29. The Grand Cinema, 2/F Elements, 1 Austin Rd West, Kowloon, HK$65 www.thegrandcinema.com.hk . Inquiries: 2196 8170 Shadows Drama centring on three black siblings in the US who are all suffering in life as a result of prejudice. John Cassavetes directs. Starring Ben Carruthers, Lelia Goldoni, Hugh Hurd, Anthony Ray and Dennis Sallas. In English with Chinese subtitles. Nov 26, 7pm, The Grand Cinema. All About My Father Three short stories about the father-and-son relationships of three generations of South Koreans. Kim Hun directs. Starring Whang Hee-kyoung and Lee Sang-woo. In Korean with English subtitles. Nov 26, 9.30pm, The Grand Cinema. Cure Road movie about the misadventures of a pair of con artists who hawk fake medicine across Thailand. Bill Yip directs. Starring Makara Supinacharoen, Jirarat Teachasriprasert, Eric Chu, Siriwan Khankham. In Thai and Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles. Nov 27, 7.30pm, Nov 28, 9.30pm, The Grand Cinema. Simple Simon Drama about a young man who suffers from Asperger's syndrome, who has never had a romantic relationship and tries to find his brother a new girlfriend. Stars Bill Skarsgard, Martin Wallstrom and Cecilia Forss. In Swedish with English subtitles. Nov 28, 7.30pm, The Grand Cinema. It's Already Summer Drama centring on a problematic family living in a suburb in Liege, Belgium. Maria Smits directs. Starring Patrick Descamps, Benjamin Willem and Julie Anson. In French with English subtitles. Nov 28, 7.30pm, The Grand Cinema. HK Lesbian & Gay Film Festival The HK Lesbian & Gay Film Festival Society presents more than 30 gay feature films from different parts of the world, including the following four films. Until Dec 1. Broadway Cinematheque, Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei, HK$60; Palace IFC, Podium L1, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central, HK$75; and AMC Festival Walk, Level U/G, Festival Walk, 80 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong, HK$65, bc.cinema.com.hk (Broadway Cinematheque and Palace IFC) and www.amccinemas.com.hk (AMC Festival Walk). Inquiries: 2311 8081 From Beginning to End Drama centring on two Brazilian half-brothers' relationship with each other throughout their lives. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Nov 25, 8pm, AMC Festival Walk. Queer China, 'Comrade' China Documentary that chronicles the changes in attitudes and behaviour, and the way the media has treated the subject of homosexuality in the mainland over the past 30 years. In Mandarin with English subtitles. Cui Zi'en directs. Nov 27, 4.10pm, Nov 28, 6.10pm, Broadway Cinematheque. Out in the Silence Documentary about the announcement of director Joe Wilson's homosexual marriage that ignited a storm of controversy in his conservative hometown. Dean Hamer also directs. Nov 27, 8pm, AMC Festival Walk, Nov 28, 9.55pm, Broadway Cinematheque. Fit Drama about six gay British teenagers at a school who have not decided whether or not to come out about their sexual preferences. Rikki Beadle Blair directs. Starring Rikki Beadle Blair, Lydia Toumazou and Duncan MacInnes. Dec 1, 7.30pm, 9.50pm, Palace IFC. Break Ke Baad Romantic comedy about the love and conflicts between a woman who is determined to be an actress and her boyfriend whom she has known since the age of four. In Hindi with English subtitles. Starring Imran Khan, Deepika Padukone, Sharmila Tagore and Shahana Goswami. Nov 26-27, 9.30pm, Nov 28, 5.30pm, GH Whampoa, L2, Whampoa Plaza, Whampoa Garden, 7 Tak On St, Hung Hom, HK$120-HK$180 email@example.com . Inquiries: 2366 7725 The Kid is All Right: Remembering Bruce Lee The Film Archive presents a programme of the late martial arts icon's early films on his birthday, including the following four. Nov 27, 11am-9.30pm, Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$30 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2739 2139 The Kid An orphan raised by a poor teacher makes a living by renting and selling comic books. In Cantonese with English and Chinese subtitles. Fung Fung directs. Starring Bruce Lee, Yee Chau-shui, Lee Hoi-chuen and Fung Fung. Nov 27, 11am, Film Archive. A Son is Born Drama about the selfishness and cruelty of the rich, in which Bruce Lee appears in the first half of the film as a child who suffers from abuse and abandonment by his parents. In Cantonese. Chun Kim directs. Nov 27, 2pm, Film Archive. Thunderstorm Adaptation of Cao Yu's play about a rich and a poor relative and the oppressive nature of their relationship. In Cantonese. Ng Wui directs. Nov 27, 7pm, Film Archive. The Orphan Drama centring on an orphaned teenager who becomes a petty criminal, yet devotes his spare time to cha cha dancing. In Cantonese with English subtitles. Lee Sun-fung directs. Starring Ng Cho-fan, Pak Yin, Bruce Lee and Fung Fung. Nov 27, 9.30pm, Film Archive. Here Comes the Dunce! The Film Archive presents two films by the late Leung Sing-po, whose portrayal as a clown in Cantonese opera set both young and old audiences alight. Nov 28, 2pm, 4.30pm. Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$30 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2739 2139 The Dunce Attends a Birthday Party Tale about dim-witted Dunce who blunders through his married life with his beautiful wife and has to deal with disapproving in-laws. Ng Wui directs. Starring Leung Sing-po and Tsi Lo-lin. Nov 28, 2pm, Film Archive. The Dunce Gets a Son The Dunce and his two malicious brothers-in-law are pressured by their father-in-law, who offers the family inheritance as bait, to continue the family's bloodline. Starring Leung Sing-po. Nov 28, 4.30pm, Film Archive. 60 Years of Movie Glory: From Great Wall, Feng Huang, Sun Luen to Sil-Metropole The Film Archive presents a programme of over 20 films in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the giants in Hong Kong's film industry, including the following five. Until Dec 26. Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$30 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2739 2139 Those 72 Tenants An adaptation of a Shanghai play about corruption and debauchery in the city during the 1930s. In Cantonese. Wong Wai-yat directs. Dec 5, 4pm, Film Archive. Human Cargo Drama based on Chun Muk's novel The Gold Coast about a country boy who is sold as a migrant labourer and suffers years of toil at a sugar plantation. In Cantonese. Lo Dun directs. Dec 5, 8pm, Film Archive. The Postponed Wedding Comedy about a young man who has been in love with his girlfriend for years but is unable to marry her because his conservative father insists on an expensive wedding that her family cannot afford. In Cantonese. Ng Wui directs. Starring Cheung Ying, Tsi Lo-lin, Lo Dun and Wong Man-lei. Dec 19, 2pm, Film Archive. Gangs Drama chronicling the lives of a group of teenagers from a newly developed working-class community drifting between anger, frustration, camaraderie and eventually criminal acts. In Cantonese. Dec 25, 2.30pm, Film Archive. Full Moon in New York Drama centring on three Chinese women from Taiwan, Hong Kong and the mainland who meet each other in New York. In Putonghua, English and Cantonese. Stanley Kwan directs. Starring Sylvia Chang and Maggie Cheung. Dec 26, 5pm, Film Archive. Morning Matinee The Film Archive's continuing programme features the following two celebrated films to mark the centenary of film enthusiast and Yunfeng Film Company founder Luk Wan-fung's birth. Dec 3 and 17, 11am. Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$30 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2739 2139 Troublous Wives and Husband Drama about an educated man and his wife's hard work towards the goal of improving their lives. In Cantonese. Leung Fung directs. Starring Sun Ma Si-tsang, Tang Bik-wan and Yee Chau-shui. Dec 3, 11am, Film Archive. Who Will Get the Pretty Girl Comedy about a painter competing against a musician for a woman they both love. In Cantonese. Fung Chi-kong directs. Dec 17, 11am, Film Archive. Restored Treasures The Film Archive presents a continuing series of films from all over the world that have been restored in some form or other, including the following film. Ongoing. Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$50 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2739 2139 The Suitor Comedy centring around a 34-year-old man's quest for a wife after his parents urge him to get married. In French with English subtitles. Pierre Etaix directs and stars. Dec 5, 2pm, Film Archive. The 39th French Cinepanorama - HK French Film Festival 2010 Alliance Francaise de Hong Kong's film festival features over 42 films, including eight films by Olivier Assayas, a French director and screenwriter; including the follow eight. Nov 26-Dec 12. AMC Pacific Place, Level 1, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, HK$75 amccinemas.com.hk; Broadway Cinematheque, Prosperous Garden, 3 Public Square St, Yau Ma Tei, HK$60 cinema.com.hk; Broadway The One, 6-11/F, The One, 100 Nathan Road, TST, HK$60 cinema.com.hk; City Hall, 5 Edinburgh Place, Central, HK$50 Urbtix; HK Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$50 Urbtix; HK Science Museum, 2 Science Museum Rd, TST East, HK$50 Urbtix; HK Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST, HK$50 Urbtix; and Palace IFC, Podium L1, IFC Mall, 8 Finance St, Central HK$75 cinema.com.hk. Inquiries: 2527 7825 or www.frenchcinepanorama.com On Tour Dramatic comedy about a man who left Paris for the US who returns with a team of New Burlesque strip-tease artists hoping to perform throughout France. In French and English with English subtitles. Mathieu Amalric directs. Starring Mathieu Amalric, Miranda Colclasure, Suzanne Ramsey and Linda Marraccini. Nov 26, 7pm, City Hall, Dec 5, 9.50pm, Palace IFC, Dec 9, 7.40pm, Broadway Cinematheque. Carlos Olivier Assayas' biopic about the life of Venezuelan terrorist Carlos the Jackal. In French, German, English, Spanish and Arabic with English subtitles. Starring Edgar Ramirez, Alexander Scheer and Nora Von Waldstatten. Nov 27, 5pm, City Hall, Dec 8, 9pm, Broadway The One, Dec 11, 2pm, Palace IFC. The Big Picture Eric Lartigau's suspense movie portrays a conflicted family man whose life is flipped upside down after a moment of madness. In French with English subtitles. Starring Romain Duris and Marina Fois. Nov 27, 9.30pm, City Hall, Dec 5, 9.45pm, Broadway Cinematheque. Dear Prudence Drama about a teenage girl who is taken to an illegal racetrack on the outskirts of Paris by a rebellious friend. In French with English subtitles. Rebecca Zlotowski directs. Starring Lea Seydoux, Anais Demoustier and Agathe Schlencker. Nov 29, 8pm, Broadway The One, Dec 4, 6.25pm, Palace IFC, Dec 7, 9.40pm, AMC Pacific Place. Black Heaven A couple's quest to return a lost mobile phone turns deadly. In French with English and Chinese subtitles. Gilles Marchand directs. Starring Louise Bourgoin, Gregoire Leprince-Ringuet and Melvil Poupaud. Nov 30, 9.40pm, AMC Pacific Place, Dec 10, 9.50, Broadway The One. Happy Few Anthony Cordier's romantic tale focuses on a lovelorn couple who question what they are doing with their lives shortly after falling in love. In French with English subtitles. Starring Marina Fois and Roschdy Zem. Dec 1, 9.40pm, AMC Pacific Place, Dec 10, 9.50pm, Broadway Cinematheque. Cleveland Versus Wall Street Documentary about the trial between lawyers hired by the city of Cleveland, Ohio, who filed lawsuits against 21 Wall Street banks in a battle over control of the city's buildings. In French and English with English subtitles. Jean-Stephane Bron directs. Dec 2, 8pm, Broadway Cinematheque, Dec 5, 7pm, Science Museum, Dec 11, 9.30pm, Film Archive. Clean A woman who has been struggling to regain custody of her son finds herself having to make a pivitol life decision. In French, English and Cantonese with English subtitles. Olivier Assayas directs. Starring Maggie Cheung, Beatrice Dalle and Nick Nolte. Dec 5, 7.50pm, Broadway Cinematheque, Dec 11, 5pm, Palace IFC. Cosmic Collisions Explore cosmic collisions that shaped our solar system, changed the course of life on earth and continue to transform our galaxy. English shows Wed, Fri, 6.10pm; otherwise in Cantonese. Narrations in Cantonese, Putonghua, English and Japanese are also available through headphones. Daily (except Tue), 2.40pm, 6.10pm, also Sun, 11.10am, Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST, HK$24, HK$32 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2721 0226. Ends Dec 31 Under the Sea Omnimax show about coral reef creatures and the impact of global climate change on them and their underwater environment. English shows Sat-Sun, 8.30pm; otherwise in Cantonese. Narrations in Cantonese, Putonghua, English and Japanese are also available through headphones. Daily (except Tue), 1.30pm, 5pm, 8.30pm, Space Museum, 10 Salisbury Rd, TST, HK$24, HK$32 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2721 0226. Ends Feb 28, 2011 Those Were the Days In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of German unification, the Goethe-Institut HK presents the German Film Forum programme of five films about historic Germany, including the following two. Until Mar 2011. HK Film Archive, 50 Lei King Rd, Sai Wan Ho, HK$50 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2734 9009 Novemberkind (November Child) Drama centring on a woman who falls in love with a Red Army deserter. In German with English subtitles. Christian Schwochow directs. Nov 26, 8pm, Film Archive. The Invention of Curried Sausage Ulla Wagner's drama follows the love affair between a petty officer and a 47-year-old woman whose children have left home during the second world war. In German with English subtitles. Dec 17, 8pm, Film Archive.