Display [English] [Big5]
You are currently displaying English
歲月神偷 (2010)
Echoes of the Rainbow
Alias: 1969太空漫遊
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Rating: II A (Hong Kong) 
Release Date: 03/11/2010
  Alex Law Kai-Yui
  Alex Law Kai-Yui
Action Director
  Wong Wai-Fai
  Mabel Cheung Yuen-Ting
  Simon Yam Tat-Wah ... Mr Law
  Sandra Ng Kwun-Yu ... Mrs Law
  Buzz Chung Shiu-Tiu ... Law Chun-yee
  Aarif Lee Chi-Ting ... Desmond Law Chun-yat/adolescene Chun-yee
  Evelyn Choi Wing-Yan ... Flora Lau Fong Fei
  Paul Chun Pui ... Mr Law's brother
  Teresa Ha Ping ... Grandmother
  Vincent Kok Tak-Chiu ... Mr Ho
  Ann Hui On-Wah ... Miss Chan
  Lawrence Lau Kwok-Cheong ... Goldfish seller
  Joe Cheung Tung-Cho ... Doctor
  Clifton Ko Chi-Sum ... Shoe customer with kids
  Ha Chun-Chau ... Printer
  Lung King-Cheong ... Inter School Quiz master
  Tina Lau Tin-Lan ... Flora's mother
  Anthony Tam Chan-Keung ... Gambling den owner
  Tam Yan-Mei ... Wife of gambling den owner
  John Wakefield ... Sergeant Brian
  Lee Gin-Hing (2) ... Shanghai hairdresser
  Lam Yiu-Ki ... Provision store owner
  Ellen Liu Oi-Ling ... Mrs Wang
  Anthony Cheung Yik-Tung ... Cinema receptionist
  Chin Yiu-Wing ... Cinema usher
  Chan Hing-Hang ... Uncle Yu, cakeshop assistant
  Lai Cheung-Wing ... Pawn shop owner
  Chan Shung-Tai ... Parent
  Lynette Mok Yan-Mei ... Parent
  Ada Chan Ka-Yi ... Parent
  Leung Min-Cheung ... Parent
  Lee Cheuk-Kin ... Hurdler
  Anson Lau Kwok-Ban ... Hurdler
  Ellis Yu Wai-Hin ... Hurdler
  Chung Ho-Bong ... Hurdler
  Jason Chan Jun-Yeung ... Hurdler
  Oscar Li Yin-Kei ... Hurdler
  Chan Ka-Hin (2) ... Hurdler
  Or Chun-Kit ... Hurdler
  Chum Hoi-Shun ... Hurdler
  Mok Wai-Hin ... Hurdler
  Tang Kai-Tat ... Hurdler
  James Fok Bo-Wa ... Shoe customer's son
  Lam Yat-Hin ... Shoe customer's son
  Daniel Cheung Hou-Yim ... Shoe customer's son
  Wong Lam (5) ... Beijing paramedic
  Jason Yip Wan-Keung ... Beijing paramedic
  Robert Li Tiu ... Beijing physician
  Leung Chee ... Injured man outside Beijing hospital
  Lam Pui-Chun (1) ... Relative of injured man
  John Cheung Chan-Sang ... Relative of injured man
  Che Jan-Bong (1) ... Relative of injured man
  Ng Ga-Ping ... Relative of injured man
  Lee Yim-Ming ... Flora's chauffeur
  Chu Yim-Mei ... Flora's maid
  Alan Gordon ... High school teacher
  Sean-David Miquel ... High school teacher
  Tsui Kwai-San ... Primary school janitor
  Cheng Hong-Nin (2) ... Elderly hospital patient
  Ermei Tai Yee-Mei ... Nurse
  Yetta Tse Shan-Shan ... Nurse
  Chris Lau Yan-Sing ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Kevin Lee Ka-Chun ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Chia Chi-Fung ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Cheung Yuk-Yu ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Shek Ji-Kwun ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Pang Shu-Mei ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Chan Tsz-Kam ... Inter School Quiz team member
  Uno Ma Tak-Fan ... High school classmate
  Lennox Ma Tak-Yu ... High school classmate
  Elmo Lam Yi-Si ... High school classmate
  Ernie Lam Yi-Suen ... High school classmate
  Matthew Mak Ho-Ning ... Primary school classmate
  Lo Hiu-Tung ... Primary school classmate
  Lo Chun-Kai ... Primary school classmate
  Daniel Ng Hong-Yiu ... Primary school classmate
  Jeff Chan Chak-Ming ... Primary school classmate
  Lee Hei-Long ... Primary school classmate
  Johnny Wu Hung-Sing ... Shoe customer B
  William A. Hill ... High school principal
  Rev. William Robert Wilson Robertson ... Reverend father
  Jean Michel Jacques Robert Sourd ... French teacher
  Alfred Cheung Kin-Ting    
Production Companies
  Beijing Dadi Century Limited
  Mei Ah Entertainment Group Ltd.
Second Assistant Director
  Kwok Man-Ki
Third Assistant Director
  Jay Cheung Wan-Ching
Assistant Director
  Kingson Shek Siu-Lun
Script Supervisor
  Nikki Lau Siu-Shu
Director of Photography
  Charlie Lam Chi-Kin
  Wong Wai-Chuen
  Michael Tsui Siu-Kong
Production Designer
  Alfred Yau Wai-Ming
  Middi Yau Shui-Han
Hair Stylist
  Kennedy Lau Kam-Hung
Props Master
  Ching Wai-Yin
  Water Hung Kai-Shui
  Ho Fu-Wah
  Tam Chun-Wai
  Chan Sin-Chi
Sound Recordist
  Dennis Chen Chi-Kien
  Eric Kwong Chi-Leung
  Andy Chan Chi-Wai
  Henry Lai Wan-Man
  John Shum Kin-Fun
  Li Kuo-Hsing
  Rachel Liu Rong
Administrative Producer
  Patrick Tong Hing-Chi
  Charley Zhuo Wu
Executive Producer
  Candy Leung Fung-Ying
  Catherine Hun Ga-Jan
Film Coordinator
  Ray Chan Wai-Ban
Production Manager
  Paul Au Wai-Lun
Associate Production Manager
  Yau Tsz-Kit
Special Effects
  Free-D Workshop Ltd.
Visual Effects Director
  Yee Kwok-Leung
  Alex Lim Hung-Fung
  Eric Lai Man-Chun
Sound Post-Production Studio
  Media Business Services Ltd.
Sound Designer
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung
Re-Recording Mixer
  Lai Chi-Hung (2)
  Kinson Tsang King-Cheung
Dialogue Recording
  Wong Tsz-Kin
  Yiu Chun-Hin
  Yuen Ting-Yip
Dialogue Editing
  Lai Chi-Hung (2)
  Its the spring of 1969 and the historic events of the year have not yet taken place. The world will have to wait another six months before Neil Armstrong sets foot on the moon. Our young hero is still running through the streets of Hong Kong with a goldfish bowl on his head for an astronauts helmet. He is the first astronaut in the British Crown Colony and his view of the world is not merely distorted by the glass in front of his eyes. As far as our heros perception of terrestrial reality is concerned he follows a completely different set of rules. The films story centres on the young astronauts cheerful family: his shoemaker father who walks around in a torn pair of sandals; his carefree mother, who is convinced that anythings possible if you really want it, and his ambitious older brother. In this film we accompany these amiable people back to a time when everything was new, the girls were charming, the adults unfathomable and every story was simple and beautiful. Alex Law: My father was a shoe-maker. During his time, he must have made more shoes than he could ever remember. But whats more gratifying, my fathers shoes helped him feed the family, and saw me through my childhood, a childhood full of laughter and tears. ECHOES OF THE RAINBOW is a chronicle of this bitter-sweet childhood, along with its dooms and surprises. And most of all, it is also my love letter to Hong Kong, which braved the rocky and easy sixties in beautiful style. (Berlin Film Festival Catalog)