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After This Our Exile

After This Our Exile
Directed by Patrick Tam
Produced by Li-kuang Chiu
Eric Tsang
Yu Dong
Starring Aaron Kwok
Charlie Yeung
Gouw Ian Iskandar
Music by Robert Ellis-Geiger
Cinematography Pin Bing Lee
Editing by Patrick Tam

After This Our Exile (父子 literally Father-Son) is a 2006 Hong Kong film directed by Patrick Tam.

Plot

In hopeless pursuit of happiness, Shing (Aaron Kwok) is a man who desperately attempts to hold on to the dwindling threads of his family. Once a man who had a dream, Shing has become a deadbeat gambler whose marriage is failing with wife Lin (Charlie Yeung). Shing's machoistic ego overrides any reasonable logic for change, which forces Lin to leave Shing repeatedly. After finally managing to escape, Shing is left with nothing but his son, Lok-Yun (Goum Ian Iskandar).

Hoping in vain to pay back loansharks, Shing turns to his loving son, Lok-Yun, who has somehow retained his filial loyalty. In his most desperate hour, Shing forces his struggle of survival onto his son, Lok-Yun, through thievery and tests the strength of loyalty and the boundaries of trust in their father-son relationship. With each passing day, the bond of love is threatened with Shing's unrepentant ways.

Cast

  • Aaron Kwok - Chow Cheung-Sheng
  • Charlie Yeung - Lee Yuk-Lin
  • Gouw Ian Iskandar - Chow Lok-Yun
  • Kelly Lin - Fong
  • Qin Hailu - Ha Je
  • Valen Hsu - Jennifer
  • Lester Chit-Man Chan - Strong Man
  • Lan Hsin-mei
  • Allen Lin - Sick boy's father
  • Qin Hao - School bus driver
  • Tsui Ting Yau - Chow Lok-yun (young adult)
  • Wang Yi-xuan - Sick boy's mother
  • Xu Liwen - Rich boy's mother
  • Faith Yang

Release

The movie runs for 121 minutes, but a 159 minutes long director's cut has been released in Hong Kong. The director's cut was also shown at the Asia Society in New York City on Friday, July 20, 2007, as a part of the Asian American International Film Festival.

Awards and nominations

1st Rome Film Festival

  • Competition Section

11th Pusan International Film Festival

  • Official Selection

Tokyo International Film Festival

  • Best Artistic Contribution
  • Best Asian Film

10th Toronto Reel Asian International Festival

  • Opening Film

43rd Golden Horse Awards

  • Won: Best Feature Film
  • Won: Best Actor (Aaron Kwok)
  • Won: Best Supporting Actor (Gouw Ian Iskandar)
  • Nominated: Best New Performer
  • Nominated: Best Original Screenplay
  • Nominated: Best Cinematography
  • Nominated: Best Makeup & Costume Design

26th Hong Kong Film Awards

  • Won: Best Picture
  • Won: Best Director (Patrick Tam)
  • Won: Best Supporting Actor (Gouw Ian Iskandar)
  • Won: Best Screenplay
  • Won: Best New Performer (Gouw Ian Iskandar)
  • Nominated: Best Actor (Aaron Kwok)
  • Nominated: Best Supporting Actress (Kelly Lin)
  • Nominated: Best Cinematography
  • Nominated: Best Editing

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
Awards
Preceded by
Kung Fu Hustle
Golden Horse Awards for Best Film
2006
Succeeded by
Lust, Caution
Preceded by
Election
Hong Kong Film Awards for Best Film
2007
Succeeded by
The Warlords
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