Exiled

Exiled

  • 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.

    Details

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

    Box office

    Budget

    HK$35,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $51,957

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $15,502

    Gross worldwide

    $1,230,135

    Movie reviews

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    • By Constantin 2022-09-23 07:30:49

      Feeling very special To Qifeng

      The sequel to "Gunfire", I love the previous work as much as this one. Both films are unique Du's films, and I'm used to seeing gang vendettas and land grabs. Movies like this one make people feel a surging desire.
      Every point of this movie makes people feel beautiful. The story seems to have no main line, and it seems to be casual when you think of where you want to say it. It was enjoyable, and I enjoyed watching it, and I felt itchy after watching it. The atmosphere was particularly...

    • By Kyleigh 2022-09-21 03:28:40

      exile navel wind

      Watch "Exile". Since "A Lang's Story", I have been a fan of To Qifeng. Of course, he has also made a lot of bad movies. I think I have to count the merits and demerits of Lao Du:

      "If there is love in the sky" series, I am not very cold;

      last year's film "The thief and the thief", the story is told in various ways.

      "Dragon City New Year" has won many awards, but I don't like it at all because it is very contrived. --Lao Du's movies, once the "director"...

    • By Demario 2022-09-21 01:23:03

      The deepest impression is none other than Brother Wu Zhenyu

      It tells a series of stories that happened after one of the five killers suddenly washed their hands and brought his wife to live a quiet life in Macau, and the five met again with different purposes. The characters in the play have distinct personalities, and they use a unique atmosphere to create and stylized pictures to tell the story of men.

      Warm colors, warm feelings, martial arts-flavored killer stories, five desperate heroes, a bloody storm, cold humor, clear feelings and...

    • By Aisha 2022-09-05 10:11:36

      When the injured are outside, they will turn against the Qi family

             To Qifeng turned out to be an editor, no wonder the story is so wonderful.
             I don't even remember how many times I laughed while watching "Gun Fire": a few people were so bored that they kicked paper balls; the matches in the cigarette ignited sparks; after completing the task, several people claimed to be the perfect combination; in the end, Huang Qiusheng was smoking a cigarette in the car and was relieved The smile... I believe that a film that can make the audience...

    • By Arden 2022-07-11 22:03:04

      The romantic and sad Du Shi Jianghu

            In fact, I have seen a lot of To Qifeng's movies before, but I didn't understand movies, stories, and affection at that time. After watching a little more, one day I occasionally clicked Baidu and exclaimed: It turns out that these films are all works of To Qifeng! Counting it down, I have seen it: Big Man and Great Wisdom, Dragon and Phoenix Fight, Dark Flower, Judge of the Dead, Three Heroes of the East, Thin Men and Women, Left to Right, Hundred Years of Harmony (don't ask me why so...

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    • By Nicholas 2022-09-10 22:18:58

      We all know that Lao Du likes to talk about fate, and this time he pushed his interpretation of fate to the climax. Our familiar galaxy images, familiar cast, familiar visual effects, and familiar ambient music, this is their style, a unique art form. Look, this film is invincible to watch with gunfire. Everything is fate, just follow...

    • By Crystel 2022-07-11 21:40:50

      Huang Qiusheng, Wu Zhenyu, and Zhang Jiahui are all acting schools in Hong Kong. It is not an exaggeration to say that their acting skills are thousands of people, but this story always makes me feel like deja vu. I always feel that there is a very familiar routine in it, which can be seen but not What a...

    • By Holden 2022-07-11 18:38:48

      There's a little bit of a western taste to...

    • By Eli 2022-07-11 15:53:12

      Gunfire is the A side, exile is the B side, and even a sequel. Therefore, some points of view similar to the former, such as the light and fog when shooting, and the stage-like position are no longer important. The exile dilutes the skill and sense of humor, and shows a return to the traditional brotherhood. It is not easy to continue to be a brother after a child grows up. In addition, the music of Morricone was borrowed to create an atmosphere of a Moroccan Western gangster film. Whether...

    • By Marianna 2022-07-11 15:03:10

      There are really some of the most fascinating places in Hong Kong in John To's films. The pursuit of efficiency, style and loyalty in a given space. But I don't quite understand He Chaoyi's choice, it seems like a political...

    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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    Counterpoint

    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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