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Here are 10 films that encapsulate the diverse spirit of the city in all its beauty. The neo-noir thriller tells the story of an undercover cop and his criminal counterpart, who has infiltrated the Hong Kong police force, with both men locked in a game of cat and mouse. In the second, an unnamed police officer falls for a woman who works in his local snack bar. The iconic Chungking Mansions, which are still a big draw with visitors today, loom large across the entire film. In this jet-black horror-drama , Aunt Mei, played by Bai Ling, is an embittered older woman who becomes a cook famous for her homemade dumplings , which possess special rejuvenating qualities.
As a former British colony , Hong Kong had a greater degree of political and economic freedom than mainland China and Taiwan , and developed into a filmmaking hub for the Chinese-speaking world including its worldwide diaspora. For decades, Hong Kong was the third largest motion picture industry in the world after Indian cinema and American cinema and the second largest exporter. Despite an industry crisis starting in the mids and Hong Kong's transfer to Chinese sovereignty in July , Hong Kong film has retained much of its distinctive identity and continues to play a prominent part on the world cinema stage. In the West, Hong Kong's vigorous pop cinema especially Hong Kong action cinema has long had a strong cult following , which is now arguably a part of the cultural mainstream, widely available and imitated. Economically, the film industry together with the value added of cultural and creative industries represents 5 per cent of Hong Kong's economy. Unlike many film industries, Hong Kong has enjoyed little or no direct government support, through either subsidies or import quotas. It is a thoroughly commercial cinema: highly corporate, concentrating on crowd-pleasing genres like comedy and action, and relying heavily on formulas , sequels and remakes. Hong Kong film derives a number of elements from Hollywood, such as certain genre parameters, a "thrill-a-minute" philosophy and fast pacing and film editing.