Philip Yung

Poster for the movie "Where the Wind Blows"

Where the Wind Blows

In the 70’s, Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption(HKICAC) was founded. The mission to hunt down corrupted detectives unveiled a new chapter of the colonial Hong Kong. Lui Lok (Aaron Kwok) and Nam Kong (Tony Leung) who used to be two rightous police officers wanted to change the status quo. They built an empire of corruption by controlling organized crimes and eventually took the position of Chief Chinese Detective. However, power struggle has always been … Read more

Poster for the movie "May We Chat"

May We Chat

Three troubled young girls will do anything to escape their stifling lives – even if it means turning to drugs and prostitution. Set in the generation of smartphones and web 2.0, the technology may have made communication easier than ever, but cautionary tales of misunderstood youths remain as relevant as they were two decades ago.

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 "Glamorous Youth"

Glamorous Youth

Youth, and life in general, is anything but glamorous for a group of students and their families. Romantic woes and confused sexuality for both young and old, internal and external parental conflict and feelings of isolation ….