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Ah Kam    (1996)
Ann Hui made us see the cinema sets. The start of the film in particular is very impressive, the spectators seeing the adjustment of scenes of fights in the style of Swordsman. The choice of Ching Siu-tung as choreographer is not a luck Irony of the fate, Michelle Yeoh was really wounded . This serious incident forced the director to re-examine her scenario by adding a story love to the original one. Obviously the structure of film suffers from this adding. Remain the possibility of discovering Michelle Yeoh in a complex role, you can see here her great talent.
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