Tony Wu (left) and Hanna Chan in a scene from Elisa’s Day (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Alan Fung and co-starring Ronald Cheng. Tony Wu (left) and Hanna Chan in a scene from Elisa’s Day (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Alan Fung and co-starring Ronald Cheng.
Tony Wu (left) and Hanna Chan in a scene from Elisa’s Day (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Alan Fung and co-starring Ronald Cheng.

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Elisa’s Day movie review: Hong Kong drama, starring Ronald Cheng and Hanna Chan, finds tragic story in true-crime roots

  • A portrait of loneliness and regret anchored by a quartet of strong performances, Elisa’s Day nevertheless fails to form a memorable whole
  • Hannah Chan proves a magnetic presence and Tony Wu matches her intensity as the desperate husband

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Tony Wu (left) and Hanna Chan in a scene from Elisa’s Day (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Alan Fung and co-starring Ronald Cheng. Tony Wu (left) and Hanna Chan in a scene from Elisa’s Day (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Alan Fung and co-starring Ronald Cheng.
Tony Wu (left) and Hanna Chan in a scene from Elisa’s Day (category: IIB, Cantonese), directed by Alan Fung and co-starring Ronald Cheng.
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