Dark and moody serial killer film with a perspective from the killers’ side of the story, Revenge: A Love Story is at times bloody, and at other times, touching and romantic.
Police are investigating a serial killer who targets pregnant women and the media have labeled him ‘The Dissector’ and run sensationalist headlines such as: “Pregnant woman dissected alive, husband put to death in 100 degree of boiling water”.
At the scene of yet another such murder, and led by undercover detectives Jeff and Kwok Wah (Ching Siu Ho, Tony Ho) they comb the area and find a known suspect, Chan Kit, and bring him in. Chan Kit remains silent throughout the brutally physical interrogation and is released without charge.
If Chan Kit is not the killer, then who is? The story unfolds step by step, jumping with flashbacks as to how Chan Kit is linked to the group of undercover policeman in the first place and the pain he has silently endured; this is a story about unconditional love. –Terracotta Far East Film Festival
Wong worked as an assistant director at a television company and later became a director of music videos, advertisements and films. He has founded his own production company.
Wong is a visual art enthusiast. Without formal training, he has actively participated in visual art-related production and creation. He has worked as screenwriter, art designer in music videos, director and cinematographer in special features. In 1997, Wong won the Gold Award for FIRST LOVE AND OTHER PAINS at the 6th The Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Awards (Drama Category). Wong won the support of some great actors in the film industry such as Anthony Wong, Liu Kai-chi, Alien Sun, Ng Doi Yung and Cheung Tung Joe who all starred in Wong’s full-length independent film FU BO. The off-beat film FU BO bears a unique theme and style and was shown in Hong Kong’s arthouse cinema Broadway Cinematheque. In 2003, with the support of Eric Tsang and Andy Lau, Wong directed his first commercial film JIANG… read more