Saturday, 29 January 2011
With 73 votes, Hou Hsiao-hsien's 'A City of Sadness' topped the poll. Edward Yang's 'A Brighter Summer Day' came a close second.
Wong Kar-wai was Hong Kong's most recognised director with five slots headed by 'Days of Being Wild' in 4th place. The other films by Wong Kar-wai in the list are 'In The Mood For Love' (joint 9th), 'ChungKing Express' (21st), 'Happy Together' (26th), and 'Ashes Of Time' (joint 50th)
1 A City of Sadness; dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien
2 A Brighter Summer Day; dir. Edward Yang
3 A Time to Live and a Time to Die; dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien
4 Days of Being Wild; dir. Wong Kar-wai
5 Spring in a Small Town; dir. Fei Mu
6 Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon; dir. Ang Lee
7 Yi Yi: A One and a Two; dir. Edward Yang
8 Dust in the Wind; dir. Hou Hsiao-hsien
9= Dragon Inn; dir. King Hu
9= In the Mood for Love; dir. Wong Kar-wai
Tony Leung's stunt double in the Yip Man biopic 'The Grandmasters' is Henry Araneda, an Applied Wing Chun master based in Melbourne. He posted some photos of him on his website with Tony Leung, director Wong Kar-wai, action director Yuen Woo-Ping and MMA fighter Cung Le (who he shares a fight scene with).