Elaine Jin

Elaine Jin (Chinese: 金燕玲; pinyin: Jīn Yànlíng; born 15 December 1954), or known as Yanling Jin or Elaine Kam is a Taiwanese actress. She has been nominated five times in the Hong Kong Film Awards and won two for her supporting roles in Love Unto Waste (Chinese: 地下情) (1986) and People’s Hero (Chinese: 人民英雄) (1987). In 1994, Jin earned her first Golden Horse Film Award in supporting category for her performance in Edward Yang’s A Confucian Confusion (Chinese: 獨立時代) (1994).

Poster for the movie "Love in a Fallen City"

Love in a Fallen City

Taking place in 1941, Love in a Fallen City centers on Pai (Cora Miao), a young woman who has been ostracized by her family for divorcing her rich husband. A local match-maker, Mrs. Hsu (Helen Ma), takes pity on Pai and decides to bring her to Hong Kong, under the guise of employing her as the Hsu’s nanny, but in reality to introduce her to Fan (Chow Yun-Fat). Pai and Fan seem to hit it … Read more

Poster for the movie "Mad World"

Mad World

An absentee father and his bipolar son are forced to live together as they struggle with a recent family tragedy. The tension and anxiety boil as they live and try to cope in a tiny apartment. As time passes, they realize their shared pain is not their only source of grief, as they find the outside world is a cruel and unjust place.

Poster for the movie "City of Glass"

City of Glass

The story of man and ex-girlfriend found dead after a car crash and how their children come together to retell the story.

Poster for the movie "Port of Call"

Port of Call

A teenage prostitute is murdered; her body cut up and flushed down the toilet, and her severed head thrown into Victoria Harbor. Director Philip Yung chooses to focus not on the crime or the investigation, but on the dead girl and her family, the cop and his family, and the killer who is without a family. The result is a genre-bender that progresses as it digresses, an atmospheric mosaic of human lives and actions that … Read more

Poster for the movie "Monster Hunt"

Monster Hunt

Young monster kids try to make peace between the world of humans and the world of the monsters. The film takes place in the distant past, where the Human race existed alongside the Monster race. They once shared the world in peace and harmony until the Humans drove the Monsters out from their home, for they sought total dominion over their lands. Recently, a civil war took place in the Monster Realm which resulted in … Read more

Poster for the movie "33 Postcards"

33 Postcards

Dean Randall has sponsored a young Chinese orphan Mei Mei for many years, when she arrives in Sydney out of the blue to thank him, their lives are changed forever.

Poster for the movie "The Soong Sisters"

The Soong Sisters

The Soong family was a political dynasty in China that reached the highest levels of power. This film follows the lives of the three Soong daughters, who were educated in America and returned to China. Ai-ling (the oldest) married a wealthy and powerful businessman. Ching-ling married Sun Yat-sen, the revolutionary founder of modern China. Mei-ling (the youngest) married Chiang Kai-shek, China’s l

Poster for the movie "The Viral Factor"

The Viral Factor

International Security Affairs agent Jon is on a dangerous mission to escort a criminal scientist to another country. En route, a member of his team turns out to be a traitor and shoots Jon in the head while kidnapping the scientist. When Jon wakes up in the hospital, a doctor tells him that within weeks, the bullet in his brain will cause complete paralysis. Jon returns to Beijing to see his mother, who confesses that … Read more

Poster for the movie "Lost in Beijing"

Lost in Beijing

A look at modern-day life in China’s capital centered on a ménage-a-quatre involving a young woman, her boss, her husband and her boss’s wife. Massage girl Pingguo (Apple) (The stunning Fan Bingbing) lives in a cramped apartment with her bad-tempered window cleaner husband Kun (Tong Dawei), barely eking by on their miniscule pay. When Pingguo gets raped by her boss Lin (Tony Leung) one afternoon, Kun, who is washing the windows of the building, witnesses … Read more

Poster for the movie "Moonlight Boy"

Moonlight Boy

Poetic, bizarre and altogether impressive nineties-era horror from Taiwan that can be viewed as Asia’s answer to THE SIXTH SENSE.

Poster for the movie "The Island Tales"

The Island Tales

A group of disparate characters find themselves trapped overnight on a island somewhere off the coast of mainland China. The circumstances force them to overlook their preconceptions of one another, and they forge a kinship that goes to the heart their identities.