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After This Our Exile (2006)
 (บรรยาย)  
 
   
 

Director:Patrick Tam Producer:Li-kuang Chiu, Eric Tsang, Yu Dong Screenplay by:Kai-Leong Tian, Patrick Tam

Music by:Robert Ellis-Geiger Cinematography:Pin Bing Lee  Edited by:Patrick Tam Running time:121 min  Country:Hong Kong 

Language:Cantonese Genre:Drama   Subtitle:English,   Starring: Aaron Kwok - Chow Cheung-Sheng,
Charlie Yeung - Lee Yuk-Lin
, Gouw Ian Iskandar - Chow Lok-Yun, Kelly Lin - Fong, Qin Hailu - Ha Je, Valen Hsu - Jennifer,
Lester Chit-Man Chan - Strong Man
, Lan Hsin-mei, Allen Lin - Sick boy''s father, Qin Hao - School bus driver,
Tsui Ting Yau - Chow Lok-yun (young adult)
, Wang Yi-xuan - Sick boy''s mother, Xu Liwen - Rich boy''s mother

 

 
 

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Asian Film Awards 2007

Nominated
Asian Film Award
Best Editor
Patrick Tam 
Best Production Designer
Patrick Tam 
Cyrus Ho 
 

Asian Film Critics Association Awards 2007

Won
NETPAC Award
Best Director
Patrick Tam 
 

Golden Bauhinia Awards 2007

Won
Golden Bauhinia
Best Supporting Actor
King-to Ng 
Best Picture
Best New Performer
King-to Ng 
Best Screenplay
Patrick Tam 
Kai-Leong Tian 
Nominated
Golden Bauhinia
Best Director
Patrick Tam 
Best Actor
Aaron Kwok 
Best Supporting Actress
Kelly Lin 
 

Golden Horse Film Festival 2006

Won
Golden Horse Award
Best Film
Best Actor
Aaron Kwok 
Best Supporting Actor
King-to Ng 
Nominated
Audience Choice Award
Vision Films 
Nominated
Golden Horse Award
Best Screenplay - Original
Patrick Tam 
Kai-Leong Tian 
Best New Performer
King-to Ng 
Best Cinematography
Ping Bin Lee 
Best Makeup & Costume Design
Hsu-Chung Tu 
Patrick Tam 
 

Hong Kong Film Awards 2007

Won
Hong Kong Film Award
Best Picture
Li-Kwan Chiu 
Best Director
Patrick Tam 
Best Screenplay
Patrick Tam 
Kai-Leong Tian 
Best Supporting Actor
King-to Ng 
Best New Performer
King-to Ng 
Nominated
Hong Kong Film Award
Best Actor
Aaron Kwok 
Best Supporting Actress
Kelly Lin 
Best Cinematography
Ping Bin Lee 
Best Film Editing
Patrick Tam 
Best Art Direction
Patrick Tam 
Cyrus Ho 
 

Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards 2007

Won
Film of Merit
 
 

Shanghai Film Critics Awards 2007

Won
Film of Merit
 
 

Tokyo International Film Festival 2006

Won
Asian Film Award
Patrick Tam 
Won
Best Artistic Contribution Award
Patrick Tam 
 

Udine Far East Film Festival 2007

2nd place
Audience Award
Patrick Tam 
 
 



After his mother flees the family home, a son turns to thieving in order to support his father, an abusive sort who is addicted to gambling.

After This Our Exile (父子, literally Father-Son) is a 2006 Hong Kong film directed by Patrick Tam.

Plot
In hopeless pursuit of happiness, Shing (Aaron Kwok) is a man who desperately attempts to hold on to the dwindling threads of his family. Once a man who had a dream, Shing has become a deadbeat gambler whose marriage is failing with wife Lin (Charlie Yeung). Shing''s machoistic ego overrides any reasonable logic for change, which forces Lin to leave Shing repeatedly. After finally managing to escape, Shing is left with nothing but his son, Lok-Yun (Goum Ian Iskandar).

Hoping in vain to pay back loansharks, Shing turns to his loving son, Lok-Yun, who has somehow retained his filial loyalty. In his most desperate hour, Shing forces his struggle of survival onto his son, Lok-Yun, through thievery and tests the strength of loyalty and the boundaries of trust in their father-son relationship. With each passing day, the bond of love is threatened with Shing''s unrepentant ways.

A young boy finds his unwavering loyalty to his loutish dad sealing a decidedly grim fate in Hong Kong director-turned-editor Patrick Tam''s first directorial effort since his 1989 thriller My Heart Is That Eternal Rose. There was a time when Chow Cheong-shing (Aaron Kwok) was considered a smooth-talking ladies'' man, but many years of gambling have turned him into a bitter and abusive shell of his former self. When Chow''s admiring young son (Gow Ian Iskander) reveals to his father that his mother is packing her bags and planning a hasty getaway, the enraged Chow delivers a merciless beating to the woman that leaves father and son to fend for themselves. Now forced to resort to petty thievery as a means of helping dad pay off a series of lingering gambling debts, the young boy soon ends up locked away in a juvenile-detention facility. Soon thereafter, when Chow drops by to visit his son, the boy launches a vicious attack on his father that drives the pair apart for more than a decade. Years later, Chow''s son has grown into a man, and is suddenly stricken with an overpowering bout of nostalgia and that leads him back to his old hometown and the quiet streets of his youth. Just then, far off in the distance, the emotionally scarred son catches a glimpse of a man who appears to be his father.

 

 







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