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Clement Cheng

Clement Cheng
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Clement Cheng is a screenwriter, film director, and visual effects art director in the cinema of Hong Kong. He was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. At the 29th Hong Kong Film Awards, Cheng and Derek Kwok won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Director conjointly. Despite never having personally practiced any martial arts, Cheng co-wrote and co-directed Gallants, a martial arts film, with Kwok. The actors Cheng and Kwok chose for the film were primarily people who had acted in 1970s and 1980s Hong Kong cinema. The film had its Canadian premiere at the 2010 Fantasia Festival, and Cheng was in attendance. He also attended the film's United Kingdom premiere at the 2011 Terracotta Far East Film Festival. At the 30th Hong Kong Film Awards, Gallants was announced to have won the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Film, at which point Cheng jumped from his seat and began hugging the film's cast members. Cheng was in charge of the visual effects for contemporary fantasy film Rest on Your Shoulder and costume drama The Great Magician.

Le plus souvent avec

Andy Lau
Andy Lau
(1 films)
Derek Kwok
Derek Kwok
(1 films)
Siu Yam-yam
Siu Yam-yam
(1 films)
Lo Mang
Lo Mang
(1 films)
Teddy Robin
Teddy Robin
(1 films)
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Réalisateur

Da lui toi
Da lui toi (2010)
, 1h40
Réalisé par Derek Kwok, Clement Cheng
Origine Hong kong
Genres Art martial, Comédie, Action, Wuxiapian
Thèmes Sport, Arts martiaux
Acteurs Chen Kuan-tai, Wong You-nam, Teddy Robin, Siu Yam-yam, Lo Mang
Note64% 3.2446953.2446953.2446953.2446953.244695
In modern-day Hong Kong, Leung King-cheung (Wong You-nam) received a job from his real estate company to handle a dispute in a village in the New Territories. Leung arrives and meets with two old martial artists, Tiger (Leung Siu-lung) and Dragon (Chen Kuan-tai), who are being bullied by the young Chung Sang-mang (MC Jin) and his crew. Chung wants Dragon and Tiger to sell their lease on a tea house which was used as a training dojo by their comatose master Law San (Teddy Robin). When Law suddenly wakes up from his 30-year coma, he is determined to restart his school by taking on Chung and his master Pong Ching (Michael Chan).

Scénariste

Da lui toi
Da lui toi (2010)
, 1h40
Réalisé par Derek Kwok, Clement Cheng
Origine Hong kong
Genres Art martial, Comédie, Action, Wuxiapian
Thèmes Sport, Arts martiaux
Acteurs Chen Kuan-tai, Wong You-nam, Teddy Robin, Siu Yam-yam, Lo Mang
Note64% 3.2446953.2446953.2446953.2446953.244695
In modern-day Hong Kong, Leung King-cheung (Wong You-nam) received a job from his real estate company to handle a dispute in a village in the New Territories. Leung arrives and meets with two old martial artists, Tiger (Leung Siu-lung) and Dragon (Chen Kuan-tai), who are being bullied by the young Chung Sang-mang (MC Jin) and his crew. Chung wants Dragon and Tiger to sell their lease on a tea house which was used as a training dojo by their comatose master Law San (Teddy Robin). When Law suddenly wakes up from his 30-year coma, he is determined to restart his school by taking on Chung and his master Pong Ching (Michael Chan).