Patrick Lung Kong

Poster for the movie "The Story of a Discharged Prisoner"

The Story of a Discharged Prisoner

Lee Jwo Horng (Patrick Tse) is fresh out of jail after doing time for 15 years. By then his fiancée Betty has already become the mistress of triad boss One-Eye Jack (Shek Kin). Lee doesn’t want his younger brother Chih Shen (Wong Wai) to look down upon him, so he decides to keep his release a secret from Chih Shen, and finds accommodation with his friend Ah Han (Sai Gwa Pau) instead. Jack forces Lee … Read more

Teddy Girls

A revenge thriller unlike any other, Lung Kong confronts themes of reform and revenge by turning his focus to the subject of disaffected youth. Young Josephine, an audacious performance by a 22-year-old Josephine Siao, is sentenced to an all-girl reform school on the periphery of Hong Kong after a violent bar brawl. Along with a few accomplices, she escapes from the intolerable administration, only to find the streets an even more hostile environment, driving the … Read more

Prince of Broadcasters

Lung Kong’s directorial debut, 1966’s Prince Of Broadcasters, starring Lydia Sum, was acclaimed for its novel approach in HK Cantonese film history.

Mitra

Mitra was the first Hong Kong film to be made in Iran and the last of Lung Kong’s directorial works to be released theatrically. Made in an act of courage and of opportunism with a small crew on the occasion of the director’s sojourn to the Tehran International Film Festival to premiere Hiroshima 28, the film tells a love story set upon the expansive desert backdrops of the Middle East.