Life Without Principle (Dyut Meng Gam)
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Life Without Principle (Dyut Meng Gam)
A handful of characters in Hong Kong find themselves caught up in the fallout of a global economic meltdown in this drama from director Johnnie To. Cheung Jin-fong (Richie Jen) is a police detective whose wife Connie (Myolie Wu) has her heart set on buying an expensive condominium; she's convinced it's a shrewd investment, but he's not so sure. Teresa (Denise Ho) works at a bank and has been ordered to boost her sales of investment products if she wants to keep her job, and she finds herself pitching risky financial schemes to people who are not in a position to lose their money.… More
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"[To] wants to get us thinking about morality, and our survival instinct, and what's really important in life - conversation starters with value the world over."
‑ Tom Russo, Boston Globe
"You might be surprised at who bends, breaks, or in some cases upholds morals in this dramatic comedy of human greed."
‑ Brett Michel, Boston Phoenix
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