From left: Louis Koo, Lam Ka-tung and Raymond Lam in a still from P Storm (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by David Lam.

P Storm film review: Louis Koo, Raymond Lam in laughably unrealistic prison drama

  • ICAC investigator William Luk, played by Koo, goes undercover as a prisoner to snare his latest target, and has to deal with an old adversary
  • Not for the first time in this series, the script is thoroughly detached from reality, but P Storm is never boring, and there are worse ways to spend 96 minutes
Topic |   Chinese language cinema

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From left: Louis Koo, Lam Ka-tung and Raymond Lam in a still from P Storm (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by David Lam.
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Charlene Choi in a still from The Lady Improper (category III, Cantonese), directed by Jessey Tsang and also starring Wu Kang-jen.

The Lady Improper film review: Charlene Choi discovers her sexuality in Jessey Tsang’s drama

  • The Twins star plays a gynaecology nurse with an inexplicable fear of physical intimacy who uncovers the pleasures of the flesh with a free-spirited chef
  • Tsang’s film, unlike her previous efforts, doesn’t tell the most delicate of stories, but is refreshing and gentle in its handling
Topic |   Chinese language cinema

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Charlene Choi in a still from The Lady Improper (category III, Cantonese), directed by Jessey Tsang and also starring Wu Kang-jen.
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