East Screen West Screen #105 – Old Flames and Hungry Games

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Episode 105 of the East Screen West Screen podcast.  Talking films from Hong Kong to Hollywood and lots of stuff in between.

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This week we take a look at the first sequel from director Pang Ho-Cheung with LOVE IN THE BUFF [春嬌與志明].  Then I take a stab at the latest book gone celluloid sensation THE HUNGER GAMES. Kevin gives us an update of the HKIFF and we talk about the approaching 10th anniversary of the passing of legendary artist Leslie Cheung [張國榮].

Running Time (1:21:03)

 

LOVE IN THE BUFF [春嬌與志明]THE HUNGER GAMES

 

 

 

 

 

NEWS:

 

EAST SCREEN:

  • LOVE IN THE BUFF [春嬌與志明]

 

WEST SCREEN:

  • THE HUNGER GAMES

 

VIDEO PICK:

  • LOVE IN A PUFF [志明與春嬌] Blu-ray

 

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4 comments for “East Screen West Screen #105 – Old Flames and Hungry Games

  1. tinlunlauNo Gravatar
    April 9, 2012 at 10:10 pm

    It’s not quite the 10th anniversary of Leslie Cheung’s death yet. He died on April 1st, 2003. On an added note, Leslie’s passing had a huge impact on me since my family was well acquainted with Leslie’s family. My late father was a close friend of Leslie’s older brother Diddy.

  2. tinlunlauNo Gravatar
    April 10, 2012 at 1:59 am

    finally finished listening to this episode of the podcast so pardon me for the earlier comment if i sounded a lil “politically correct”. but just a quick mention that love in the buff is doing okay at box office in north america, making over $90000 on a limited release. i believe love in the buff opened just a day after its hk release date march 30th. this week will be the north american theatrical release of “a simple life” and i look forward to seeing that on the big screens.

  3. HongKongDaveNo Gravatar
    April 10, 2012 at 3:25 am

    Great review of “Love In The Buff” – although no ones hotter than Miriam Yeung! :P

  4. tinlunlauNo Gravatar
    April 16, 2012 at 12:48 pm

    On second thought, I think I’ll watch “A Simple Life” this Tuesday right after my visit with Guillermo del Toro at the set of “Pacific Rim”. I’ll try to have him record a quick little message for you guys and specifically for your podcast.

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