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It's an interesting tale with good acting and good cinematography.
Life Without Principle looks like a crime film, plays like a morality tale, and unfolds during one of the most significant events in recent world history.
I initially thought they were chronological, but as it was they were concurrent and it takes you up to the point when they both come together.
Chinese generals inside many Mainlanders - that is the impression that the Overseas Chinese especially the Southern Barbarians like me have of Mainlanders sometimes. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Dwight
"THE UNIVERSAL DESIRE TO IMPROVE ONE'S LOT SPELLS THE EVENTUAL DEMISE OF AN ECONOMIC REGIME BASED ON THE CHEAPEST LABOUR IN THE WORLD, WHOLLY UNPROTECTED EITHER BY TRADE UNIONS OR... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Crabby McGrouchpants
On the surface "Life without Principle" ("Dyut meng gam") looks like yet another Hong Kong crime drama, but the 2011 Johnnie To film, while dealing with a familiar subject, also... Read morePublished on March 2, 2013 by Tsuyoshi