Full Disclosure 2014 The Directors Cut: Tsui Hark

Editor, Asia; Hong Kong, China (@Marshy00)
This year on Full Disclosure we are focusing on a different celebrated filmmaker each month and getting ourselves better acquainted with their body of work. Last week, Hong Kong institution Tsui Hark celebrated his 64th birthday, and so in recognition of the man and his work, Team ScreenAnarchy was tasked with seeking out something new from the man's huge filmography. 

Surprisingly, that led many of our contributors (myself included) to confess to never having seen perhaps the director's most famous film, 1991's Once Upon A Time In China. But that is precisely what this feature is all about - making a conscious effort to address our lists of shame and finally experience some of the greatest offerings of world cinema that have until now passed us by. 
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