La Comédie humaine (film)
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|La Comédie humaine|
|Mandarin||Ren Jian Xi Ju|
|Cantonese||Jan4 Gaan1 Hei2 Kek6|
|Directed by||Chan Hing-ka
|Written by||Chan Hing-ka
La Comédie humaine (Chinese: 人間喜劇; pinyin: Rénjiān Xǐjù; Jyutping: Yan Gaan Hei Kat; literally: "The Human Comedy") is a 2010 Hong Kong comedy film directed and written by Chan Hing-ka and Janet Chun. Released in cinemas on 8 July 2010, it premiered at the 31 March 2010 Hong Kong International Film Festival.
The story revolves around a Spring (To), a hitman from mainland China who is on a mission in Hong Kong with his partner Setting Sun (Hui). However, Spring falls ill and comes under the care of a screenwriter by the name of Soya (Wong) and they find themselves developing into a tight and everlasting friendship.
- Chapman To as Spring
- Wong Cho-lam as Soya
- Fiona Sit as Tin-Oi
- Kama Law as Maggie Chan
- Benz Hui as Setting Sun
- Chiu Tien-you
- Lee Lik-chi
The film has been generally received neutrally. Chan Hing-Ka's vision was criticised for having been "poorly paced."
- "La Comedie Humaine (2010)". Retrieved 2010-07-09.
- La comédie humaine at the Internet Movie Database
- La Comedie Humaine at the Hong Kong Movie DataBase
- La Comédie Humaine at the Hong Kong Cinemagic
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