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Are you the murderer 殺人犯? Don't kill me pls…

How do you solve a MYSTERY when you can’t keep track of the CLUES?
How do you investigate a CRIME when you become the SUSPECT?

LING Kwong is a 40 year old, self-assured Chief Inspector of Police. He solved numerous difficult cases on his own, has a flawless track record, and is soon to be promoted to Superintendent of Police. Everyone sees him as the future head of the Hong Kong Police Force. Ling has a perfect family – a beautiful, gentle wife, a charming son and a posh lifestyle. In every sense, he is as enviable as he is successful.

His perfect life takes an abrupt turn when he wakes up after fainting in a dilapidated building, on one of his operations. He wakes to discover his short term memory damaged, and is more shocked to find his best colleague killed in the same building – BLOODY HOLES all over his body, mercilessly blood-let by an ELECTRIC HAND DRILL!

Ling’s colleague is the third victim of this series of “bloodletting murders”. Using the most inhuman means, this serial killer makes each victim witness his own slow death, in supreme terror and unimaginable pain! The extreme cruelty of the murders appalls even the most experienced policemen, and after each killing, the murderer simply disappears and leaves no trace at all to the clueless police.

At the height of his life, Ling encounters this most vicious murder throughout Hong Kong’s crime history. He must catch the killer at all costs and to avenge his friend’s death. But as Ling sift through the clues of the murders, he finds that all the evidences are pointing toward himself as the murderer! The deeper he tries to dig into the truth, the more suspicious he becomes!

All this time, Ling’s short term memory continues to desert him. He is losing the last trustworthy evidence – himself. Ling is being pushed to the edge of madness! Is he really the murderer – or not?

Asian top singer-actor Aaron Kwok plays an upright policeman who suddenly becomes a murder suspect; with emerging Taiwan actress Ning Chang as his loving, anguished but helpless wife. Watch out for this unprecedented psychological drama that treads the darkest corners of human nature – MURDERER – coming 2009.

Murderer 殺人犯

《殺人犯》的故事主人翁淩光是一位年約40歲的重案組總督察。他是警隊中的模範人物,入職多年屢破奇案,更即將晉升警司,堪稱最有前途的「未來警隊一哥」人選。淩光擁有幸福的家庭:妻子美麗溫柔、兒子活潑可愛、生活品味優雅。他對自己和工作充滿自信,是個令人羡慕的成功人才。

就在淩光快要青雲直上的時候,於一次查案中,他在破舊的「半島大廈」昏倒醒來後,不但發現自己失去了短期記憶,更發現他的好拍擋竟然死於同一大廈內,身上血孔累累,被極度殘忍地以電鑽放血致死

淩光的拍擋已經是近日「連環放血凶案」的第三個受害者!兇手每次都用最殘暴冷血的手法,在受害者身上鑽出無數血孔,令對方在最深的恐懼和最大的痛苦中慢慢流血至死!而兇手每次殺人後都消失得無影無蹤,令警方完全束手無策。

淩光升級在即的時候遇到這宗香港歷史上最殘暴的兇殺案,他自然不惜一切,全力緝捕兇手,更要還他死去的好拍擋一個公道。但是,在查案的過程中,他竟發現每一條線索、每一個證據,都接二連三地指向他就是兇手!他越深入追查,他的嫌疑竟然越來越大!

淩光的短期記憶卻始終無法恢復過來,逐漸連唯一可以信賴的證據 – 自己 – 都沒法證明他的清白。淩光被迫向瘋狂的邊緣!到底他是不是兇手?

兩屆金馬影帝郭富城,飾演一生磊落光明卻纏上一身嫌疑的淩光;新晉閃亮女星張鈞甯,飾演深愛丈夫卻要面對他走向瘋狂的妻子,兩人擦出令人驚豔的火花!2009年,熱切期待這部史無前例的警匪懸疑驚慄電影 – 《殺人犯》

Official Website : http://www.murdererthemovie.net/
The Making : YouTube

Some of my personal comments:

If you have not watch it then go and have the experience it yourself and you will feel it. I have watched it and feel a bit uneasy and uncomfortable now. Don’t know how to tell the feeling.

Watch it for yourself. Some ppl complaining about the movie but I think it’s a good movie and the actors are all good! Good job. Haha. When you watch it you will feel yourself like Aaron Kwok. In the end you will really feel like “Cha do” la. In the movie there’s some funny part as well. Put close attention to the kid! That’s all I would say.

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Author: Saimatkong

This blog is a platform to share what I love in life: food (eat), travel (play), photography (art) and life (thoughts and ideas). With passion for food, I share my foodie adventures and indulgences here. “There is no love sincerer than the love of food.”

Traveling makes us a better human being as we recognise the similarities and celebrate the differences of cultures between where we travel to and where we come from. “The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”

Photography do more than just capturing the best moments in our lives; they also help us tell our life stories. “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… it remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”

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