Homerun (2003)

Director
Jack Neo

Main cast
Jack Neo; Mark Lee; Chung Yiu-Nam; Shawn Lee; Megan Zheng Zhi-Yun

Genres
Family, Drama

Description
A remake of the award-winning Iranian film Children of Heaven, Homerun is a drama about two poor siblings and their adventures over a lost pair of shoes.


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