Floating City
Floating City

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  • Released: 2012
  • Runtime: 104 mins
  • Director: Yim Ho
  • Studio: Mandarin Films Distribution Co.
  • Genres: Drama

In 1940s Hong Kong, an orphaned boy (Aaron Kwok) rises above oppressive circumstances to become an esteemed engineer for the British colonies, but still struggles to learn where he came from.... (Full plot summary below)

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In 1940s Hong Kong, an orphaned boy (Aaron Kwok) rises above oppressive circumstances to become an esteemed engineer for the British colonies, but still struggles to learn where he came from.

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