The King of Comedy 1999 DVDRip x264-AF
x264 1h 29mn 2 456 Kbps 700x344 pixels Constant 29.970 fps
AC-3 384 Kbps 6 channels 48.0 KHz Surround Cantonese, Mandarin
Subtitles: English, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese.
Stephen Chow is Wan Tin-Sau, a professional extra whose attention to his craft make him unbearable to work with. Twice he gets banned from the set of the latest action picture from action star Sister Cuckoo (Karen Mok). Enter Lau Piu-Piu (Cecilia Cheung Pak-Chi), a coarse club girl who approaches Sau for acting lessons to better her “professional” career. He helps her, but not without some difficulty, and they begin a small romance. However certain truths conspire to keep them apart and Sau finds himself alone - until he gets a call from Sister Cuckoo, who wants him for her next movie. He accepts, but explaining the plot in such a straightforward manner can only make the film sound boring and aimless. In fact, it’s anything but - if you can deal with what it’s trying to do. Aside from being surprisingly benign, it’s also remarkably sentimental. At first glance, it’s just a disjointed parody of various films, but beneath that lies a strangely moving character drama. More to the point, it’s all about one character: Wan Tin-Sau. His incredible love of acting make him a laughingstock, but it’s that dedication that ultimately changes his life, bringing him both love and respect in unexpected ways.
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