• Director: Johnnie To
  • Writer: Kam-Yuen Szeto,Tin-Shing Yip
  • Countries of origin: Hong Kong
  • Language: Cantonese, English
  • Release date: October 19, 2006
  • Runtime: 1 hour 50 minutes
  • Sound mix: Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: 放·逐
  • "Fong juk Exilé" is an action film directed by Johnnie To and starring Francis NG , Anthony Perry , Roy Cheung , Suet Lam , Cheung Ka Fei . 
    The film takes Macau as the main background before the handover, and tells the tragic story of five killers who cooperated tacitly. The film was released in Hong Kong in September 2006.


    • Release date October 19, 2006
    • Filming locations Macau, China
    • Production companies Media Asia Films, Milky Way Image Company, Newlink Development

    Box office


    HK$35,000,000 (estimated)

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    • By Zella 2022-12-26 19:37:28

      The Love of the Year---After Viewing "Exile"

      Only today did I have the opportunity to watch "Exile" by the navel wind, the genuine edition of Zhongkai Culture. After reading it, I think it is very good. Lao Du has always liked to use cool colors, but now he uses warm colors to achieve a unique effect. The candles in the dark and the reflection of the wine bottle give people a sense of splendor and splendor in late autumn. Many netizens like to compare "Exile" and "Gunfire", thinking that they are sisters. I guess they say that because...

    • By Darien 2022-12-24 05:52:16


      The Hong Kong three-zone version is finally out, so fortunately, I didn't see any undercover.
      The two "Underworld" films reminded many people of the once unique image of the galaxy, including me. At first, I always felt that Lao Du was too indulgent in his formalism, and he was a little uninterested, but "Underworld" made me realize that Lao Du could tell a good film that was not sensational (unlike the previous Andy movies in the Tianruoyouqing series), and was not. Absurd (such as the...

    • By Julianne 2022-11-28 22:48:20

      Who was banished?

      The five played big and small together in the slums. Zhang Jiahui, Huang Qiusheng, Lin Xue, Wu Zhenyu, and Zhang Yaoyang were like brothers. They all became gunmen when they grew up. Zhang Jiahui shot the black boss Ren Dahua and ran away, had a woman and a child, and sneaked back to Macau to live in seclusion. Ren Dahua found out and sent Huang and Lin to kill Zhang, and Wu and Zhang came to protect him when they heard the news. The melee for a while was actually just a game of guns and...

    • By Luigi 2022-11-14 20:16:55

      A knight on the edge of the city

             The first time I watched "Exile", I was a sophomore in high school. I watched it again last night. I can't remember how many times I watched it. Every time I watched it, I found something different. In recent years, John To's most re-watched movies are "PTU", "Gunfire" and "Exile". I think these films are the strongest and most representative of Du's style. It's best not to look at the films of Johnnie To's series separately. The same elements appear in many films, such as coins and...

    • By Vinnie 2022-11-02 05:11:02


      I watched "Exile" on nights when I couldn't work, and the style is something that takes shape through creativity and then gets killed through inheritance and abuse, and that's how I feel when I watch it: the kind of dark coldness that Du creates. The feeling is so exciting in "Underworld", but in "Exile", it becomes a complete pretentiousness. The atmosphere and emotions have become components similar to toolkits, and there is no need to "shake". Come out, look a little boring. Of course, it...

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    • By Damion 2023-05-13 14:22:17

      There is also a Zhang Jiahui, a fake death and a real death, and a brotherly name hanging on like Qiong Yao, this is no nonsense, a look, a smile, this is the tmd brotherhood, gay movies, please be...

    • By Jennyfer 2023-04-19 19:48:33

      "How much is a ton of dreams. How much is a ton of love? No, how can love be measured by weight. How much is a ton of hard work. How much is a ton of hard work, do you think it is heavy?" "What about gold?" "It doesn't matter, Bye...

    • By Moises 2023-04-15 13:44:12

      There are countless killers in Macau, but only one prostitute, one underworld doctor, two policemen, and no...

    • By Geraldine 2023-04-13 11:50:43

      why i don't like...

    • By Brendon 2023-03-14 16:27:57

      The tune is good, but the storyline is still...

    Movie plot

    Killer He ( Cheung Ka Fei ) returns to Macau for his wife Jing ( He Chaoyi ) and BB to take root. Former good brothers Huo ( Anthony Perry ) and Bo ( Suet Lam ) are ordered by the boss Dafei ( Ren Dahua ) to kill him. A pair of good brothers Tai ( Francis NG ) and cat ( Roy Cheung ) protect him for the sake of love, and the conflict between the five suddenly arises. Thinking of friendship, the four let He do the last sale for the...
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    Behind the scenes gags

    In order to achieve the killer image in Director Johnnie To's mind, Ren Xianqi worked hard to lose weight and make himself stronger   .
    "Exile" designed a female character played by He Chaoyi, whose identity is the wife of a killer who escaped from the underworld. Because she is the only female character in the film, and she has to act with veteran actors such as Anthony Perry and Francis NG, He Chaoyi feels a lot of pressure   .
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    Positive View

    "Exile" is the best representation of Johnnie To's poetic world. From the fierce yet gentle gun battle scene to the chivalrous bravery that sacrifices his life, with the progression of the plot, with the slow passage of the camera and the rhythm of loose and direct music, Johnnie To brings poetry into this Every corner of the shootout story ( Tencent Entertainment Review )   . The "intermittent" plot integrated in the film also makes...
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    The film's narcissistic show-off shooting skills have entered the misunderstanding of formalism. Looking at the overall situation of the film, the biggest feeling of "Exile" is that it is eating its own money. There are a total of five shooting scenes in the film, and basically the same shooting is used. Routines, nothing new. The two small props in the film (coins and cans) were supposed to add color to the film, but due to the...
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