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9th(2013)
Perhaps Love
Hong Kong | 2005 | 106min | HD | COLOR | Musical

PROGRAM NOTE

Hong Kong’s super star Lin Jian-dong is casted for the Mainland director Nie Wen’s new musical film. And there, he meets his ex-girlfriend Sun Na again, who is now a huge movie star and the director’s girlfriend. 10 years ago, in Beijing, then film student Lin and a cabaret singer Sun had fallen in love at first sight but one day Sun just left Lin for her career. While Nie still has no clue about their past relationship the shooting of the movie starts and the reel life and real life overlap. As Lin tries desperately to win back his lost love, the love triangle develops in an unexpected way. Selected as the closing film of the 62nd Venice International Film Festival.

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DIRECTOR

Peter Chan

Peter Chan was born in Hong Kong, and later pursued studies in the United States. In 1983, he met with John Woo, and from then on he began his career in the fi lm industry. Chan’s directorial debut, Alan and Eric: Between Hello and Goodbye(1991), received the Best Actor award for the Hong Kong Film Awards. In 1992, Chan co-founded the United Filmmakers Organization(UFO) and produced a solid record of box offi ce and critical hits such as Tom, Dick & Hairy(1993), He's a Woman, She's a Man(1994) and Comrades, Almost a Love Story(1996). He's a Women, She's a Man, received 11 nominations for the Hong Kong Film Awards. Comrades, Almost a Love Story also received 11 nominations for the Hong Kong Film Awards and won 9 awards. In 1998, Chan directed his fi rst Hollywood picture The Love Letter for Dreamworks SKG. In 2000, Chan established Applause Pictures, dedicated to pool together talent and investment from different Asian countries to produce quality co-productions. Films produced under the Applause Pictures include Jan Dara(2001), One Fine Spring Day(2001), Three(2002) and McDull, The Alumni(2006). In 2005, Chan decided to take on the China market. His fi rst attempt was Perhaps Love, a musical shot entirely on location in Mainland China. It became one of the year's top-grossing fi lms in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. It was also invited as the closing fi lm for the 62nd Venice Film Festival. Chan next directed The Warlords(2007), and produced Derek Yee's Protege(2007). In 2009, Chan further sets his sights on the future developments of the China fi lm market, with a mandate to cultivate a new generation of talent and to transform the face of Chinese-language cinema with original works. He produced Teddy Chen's Bodyguards and Assassins(2009), to huge critical and commercial success. Chan’s next producing-directing effort, Wu Xia(2011), to be invited into the Offi cial Selection in the 64th Cannes Film Festival. In 2012, the 36th Hong Kong International Film Festival selected Chan as 'The Filmmaker in Focus' to celebrate his outstanding achievements in the fi lm industry. 
Producer
: Peter Chan, Zoe Chen, Andre Morgan
Cast
: Takeshi Kaneshiro, Xun Zhou, Jacky Cheung
Cinematography
: Christopher Doyle, Peter Pau
Editor
: Kwong ChiLeung, Wenders Li
Music
: Peter Kam, Leon Ko
Sound
: Terry Shek