Pan Hong

Pan Hong (born November 4, 1954) is a Chinese film actress. When she was 10 years old, her father killed himself during the Cultural Revolution. After Pan graduated from the Shanghai Theatre Academy, she performed several supporting roles in films. In 1982, as a leading actor, she shot-fame for At the Middle Age. She was awarded a Hundred Flowers Award, Changchun Film Festival Golden Deer, Shanghai Film Critics Award. As the Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress three times winner, Pan received a Golden Rooster Special Award in 1994. Chinese critics named her “The last noble in the Chinese film industry”. She is the vice-chairman of the China Film Association and China Film Performance Academic Society.

Poster for the movie "Kill Time"

Kill Time

After the death of her policeman father, Xiaomai (Angelababy) begins to look over his old journals filled with notes about the cases he investigated over the years. The mention of a purple scarf in the notes particularly catches her attention, prompting her to purchase a similar scarf from a mysterious website that claims to sell everything, as long as one can pay the price. Soon after, Xiaomai’s close friend (Rayza) is found dead, strangled by … Read more

Poster for the movie "Lost in Hong Kong"

Lost in Hong Kong

The film follows Xu Lai, a former artist whose dreams were dashed when the responsibilities of life set in. With his life now revolving around his wife Cai Bo who is obsessed with having children, the quirks of his eccentric family and his mediocre, ordinary existence, Xu Lai hopes to reconnect with his first love Yang YIi on an upcoming vacation. However, his hopes are dashed when he finds himself wrapped up in a murder … Read more