Switch (2013 film)
Official film poster
|Mandarin||Tiān Jī: Fù Chūn Shān Jū Tú|
|Cantonese||Tin1 Gei1: Fu3 Ceon1 Saan1 Geoi1 Tou4|
|Directed by||Jay Sun|
|Written by||Jay Sun|
|Music by||Roc Chen|
|Edited by||Du Hengtao|
|China Film Group
Media Asia Films
Phoenix Satellite Television
|Distributed by||Media Asia Distribution|
|Running time||122 minutes|
|Box office||¥302.6 million |
A famous Chinese Yuan Dynasty painting known as "Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains" is stolen and sold on the black market led by a mysterious business magnate (Tong Dawei) and it is up to special agent Jinhan (Andy Lau) to recover it. Jinhan and his wife (Zhang Jingchu) have drifted apart due to the secret nature of his work and Jinhan is unaware that is wife is also a special agent who was tasked with protecting the painting.
- Andy Lau as Special Agent Xiao Jinhan
- Tong Dawei as Yamamoto Toshio
- Zhang Jingchu as Lin Yuyan
- Lin Chi-ling as Lisa
- Siqin Gaowa as The Empress
- Ariel Aisin-Gioro as The Princess
Switch was originally set to be released in 2012, but was delayed partially due to the decision to convert the film to 3-D. The film was released in China on June 9, 2013. It was released in Hong Kong on June 12 where it's running time was trimmed by 9 minutes with several scenes cut out.
In China, the film grossed RMB 49 million (US$8 million) in its opening day.
- Elley, Derek (June 13, 2013). "Switch". Film Business Asia. Retrieved June 13, 2013.
- Clarence Tsui (2012-10-31). "AFM 2012: James Cameron Doc 'Imperial City Beijing' Seeks Hollywood Support". hollywoodreporter.com. Retrieved 2013-01-15.
- "China Box Office: SWITCH Primed To Send STAR TREK Packing". Twitch Film.
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