(From left) Sham Ka-ki, Chu Pak-hong and Stephy Tang in a still from My Prince Edward (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by Norris Wong.(From left) Sham Ka-ki, Chu Pak-hong and Stephy Tang in a still from My Prince Edward (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by Norris Wong.
(From left) Sham Ka-ki, Chu Pak-hong and Stephy Tang in a still from My Prince Edward (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by Norris Wong.

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My Prince Edward film review: Stephy Tang considers marriage in acclaimed Hong Kong relationship drama

  • Screenwriter Norris Wong’s first feature film as director, My Prince Edward is a sensitively wrought story of relationships and their consequences
  • Stephy Tang cements her place as the leading actress of her generation, and Chu Pak-hong is excellent as her possessive, obnoxious boyfriend
Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
(From left) Sham Ka-ki, Chu Pak-hong and Stephy Tang in a still from My Prince Edward (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by Norris Wong.(From left) Sham Ka-ki, Chu Pak-hong and Stephy Tang in a still from My Prince Edward (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by Norris Wong.
(From left) Sham Ka-ki, Chu Pak-hong and Stephy Tang in a still from My Prince Edward (category IIB; Cantonese, Mandarin), directed by Norris Wong.
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