A new Malaysian-China movie that is in the works is set to be brought to the silver screen by Malaysian director, Michael Chuah whose works have received recognition in Asia.
Chuah was in attendance at the movie launch held yesterday, along with Chinese director Xie Ming Xiao and the regional casts, including the likes of Tosh Zhang (Singapore), Jarvis Wu Jian Fei (China), Liu Lei (China), Ye Si Tong (China) and Jeremy (China).
In a collaboration effort between Evo Pictures Sdn Bhd, Shanghai Bright Pictures and ShaoXing New Media Pictures, Chuah will work alongside with Xie Ming Xiao, who oversees the narrative flow while Chuah to spearhead on the execution of most of the action scenes. Aside from directing, he is also the producer and one of the actors in the movie.
The first movie to involve China in an anti-corruption plot, Stormbreaker tells the story of three prosecutors from China, Cheng Hao (Jarvis), Xiao Song (Chuah) and Mr Chai (Jeremy) who travels to Malaysia to persuade a corrupt official, Zong Han Qing (Liu Lei) to face justice for smuggling a huge sum of money from the country. To do so, the trio seek the help from local tycoon siblings, Jack (Tosh Zhang) and Penny Lim (Joey Leong, who was not present at the launch). Along the way, the trio face a few obstacles from a group of unknown officials.
Filming of the movie had begun in KL since the 27th December last year and will wrap up in Shao Xing, China.
Will they be able to solve their mission on time? That’s for us to know, and for you to find out (;
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