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Podcast On Fire 154: A Moment Of Romance & Bullet In The Head

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Remember the summer of 1990 when two action-drama and romance classics came out and that you were left devastated after each one? If you did (and even if you didn’t), here’s your chance to relive some of that through Kenny B’s and Tom K-W’s discussion on Benny Chan’s A Moment Of Romance and John Woo’s Bullet In The Head. Dr. Lam is also at hand, providing two separately recorded reviews and check out his show specific doodles in the show links! Pardon the audio quality of these two segments.

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Blood Brothers (2007)

Plot: “Blood Brothers” is the story of three friends, Fong and two brothers; Kang and Hu. They leave their old village lives behind in the slums of the mainland. They travel to Shanghai where they seek wealth and a better live for themselves as well as their families.

Kang manages to score them job working in one of the most swanky night clubs in Shanghai “Paradise”. Paradise is owned by successful movie producer Hong, but Hong also leads a double life as highly feared crime lord who rules Shanghai with deadly enforcers.

The group of friends find themselves tested as become enforcers for Hong. Wealth and power comes their way at a price, a price so grand it could only be paid in blood.

Let the gangster’s paradise of lust, loyalty and betrayal begin… Read the rest of this entry »

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