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狂野三千響 (1996)
Wild
Origin: Hong Kong
Language: Cantonese 
Circuit: Mandarin 
Genre: Drama 
Rating: II B (Hong Kong) 
Theatrical Run (HK): 01/25/1996 - 02/14/1996
Box Office: HK $5,129,745
 
Director
  Billy Tang Hin-Shing
 
Screenwriter
  Ng Man-Fai (1)
 
Producer
  Kimmy Suen Ging-On
 
 
Cast
  Francoise Yip Fong-Wa ... Wai
  Bowie Lam Bo-Yi ... Shing
  Simon Lui Yue-Yeung    
  Leung Yat-Ho    
  Law Gwok-Fai    
  Lee Kam-Luen    
  Betty Chan Yee-Ming    
  Suki Chan Sau-Yue    
 
Production Company
  Martini Film Co. Ltd.
 
Distributor
  Mandarin Film Company (Hong Kong)
 
Assistant Director
  Rebecca Chan Pooi-Si
 
Script Supervisor
  Yau Yin-Ping (2)
 
Cinematographer
  Cheung Man-Po
 
Art Director
  Wilson Lam Wai-Sum
 
Costume Designer
  Wilson Lam Wai-Sum   Kimmy Suen Ging-On
 
Editor
  Robert Choi Hung
 
Props
  Yuen Kwong-Hing
 
Music
  Gam Pau-Lin   Simon Lui Yue-Yeung
 
Production Manager
  Choi Kwok-Keung
 
 
Summary
  Another one that is loosely based on a Mainland true crime, with robbers holding hostages and killing police officers, resulting in a 3000 bullet firefight. Francoise Yip Fong Wa plays a Northern girl who is seeking her fortune southward by becoming a prostitute. Bowie Lam Bo Yi is a HKer who is escaping his trouble in Mainland and becomes a HK merchant's bodyguard. One night in a murder, this couple becomes a pair of fugitives. On the way, they become roadside pirates on a nonstop robbery and killing spree. Upon arriving Fushan, the two take hostages and run amuck in a bank and a train station, as life becomes meaningless to them. The only thing that matters is a bloody end to their violent lives. [Next Magazine]