Hong Kong Confidential (2010)

Director
M?ris Martinsons

Main cast
Kaori Momoi; Andrius Mamontovas; Hui Siu-Hung; Lau Dan; Monie Tung

Genres
Drama, Comedy, Romance, Foreign

Description
One week in one of the most exotic and picturesque cities of the world. The day of changes comes when Amaya meets a charming Englishman, Paul and it dramatically changes Amaya's perception of her cultural and personal identity.


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