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Eye In The Sky (Gen Zong)

Former Johnny To writer Yau Nai Hoi makes an astonishing genre film debut with Eye In The Sky. Slick, fast and at times even furious, it introduces a new directorial talent with considerable mastery of film language who should go far, even if his first work bears his master's imprint. A crime story of the type beloved by To (he produced the film), it is told in economic and effective fashion and made with calculated mathematical precision. It also features several To regulars, including ...

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