Patrick Lung (simplified Chinese: 龙刚; traditional Chinese: 龍剛; pinyin: Lóng Gāng; 8 February 1934 – 2 September 2014), also known as Lung Kong, Patrick Lung Kong, was a film director from Hong Kong. Before working at the film industry, he worked at the stock market. In the late 1950s, he was invited to join Shaw Brothers Studio to learn filmmaking and become a film director. In 1970s, he was awarded "Best Director" award at the 19th Asia-Pacific Film Festival for directing The Call Girls. On 15 August 2014, he was awarded the "Star Asia Lifetime Achievement Award" at the New York Asian Film Festival.
Movies & TV shows
The prostitute of Xiaoliu (played by Ronnie Cheung) was shot and killed in an unethical transaction. The person who opened the room with her was the senior inspector-Gao Kun (played by Simon Lui), who...
The Wesley's Mysterious File
Andy Lau is looking into alien existence. The FBI operation is run by two people. They're looking for an Alien. Two other aliens are trying to kill her as well as Mark Cheng and Almen Wong.
Ultimate Fights from the Movies
The history of action movies from Hollywood to Hong Kong cinema can be found in the second film collection from FlixMix. This one has action scenes from 16 action-packed movies, including Jet Li and J...
Once Upon a Time in China and America
So goes to the U.S. There is a need to open a martial arts school. Many Chinese people were sold to the U.S. The railroad companies were treated badly by the Americans. The American workers dislike th...
Chui Chik tries to lead a quiet life as a librarian. However, he is really a former test subject for a highly secretive supersoldier project and the instructor of a special commando unit dubbed "701."...
A soon-to-depart soldier and a young woman meet under a bridge during a Japanese air raid in 1937. They don't know each other's name or face, but they vow to meet after the war is over. A nightclub si...
The first Hong Kong film to be made in Iran and the last of Lung Kong's directorial works were released theatrically. The film was made in an act of courage and opportunism with a small crew on the oc...
A female extra-terrestrial who appeared in Hong Kong to warn of an impending catastrophe is arrested and institutionalised. She was paraded as a freak in a media circus. Exhausted and frustrated, the ...
The first all-Hong Kong crew to make a feature in Japan was filmed on the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. Lung Kong is a melodrama in the months following the events of August 6, 1945. Joseph...
Lung Kong collaborated with accomplished novelist Meng Jun to pen the script for this tale of heartbreak and doomed romance. The mounting despair of two solipsistic characters headed towards an emotio...
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow
Lung Kong's vision of Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow is a testament to his uncompromising convictions. A fast-spreading virus grips Hong Kong from a rat epidemic in the slums, causing panic when the gover...
Lung Kong tackles themes of reform and revenge by turning his focus to the subject of disaffected youth. Young Josephine, an audacious performance by a 22-year-old Josephine Siao, is sentenced to an a...
The Story of a Discharged Prisoner was Lung Kong's first color feature and was made one year before Lung Kong's. A portrait of marginalized life in Hong Kong can be found in the relationship between a...
Be My Love
A love story in Hong Kong.
The Jade Raksha
A fearsome swordswoman known as The Jade Raksha appears in the martial arts world and begins killing people. A swordsman tries to figure out who she is, and asks her why she killed her family. She doe...
The Story of a Discharged Prisoner
Lee Jwo Horng is fresh out of jail after doing time for 15 years. By then his fiancée Betty has already become the mistress of triad boss One-Eye Jack. Lee doesn't want his younger brother Chih Shen t...
A detective novel fan has her photos taken at the peak by her brother who is an amateur photographer. Someone stumbles upon a murder. The victim's husband was marked down as the prime suspect. The lov...