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Running on Karma (simplified Chinese: 大只佬/大块头有大智慧; Literal Title: Big Guy/Big Guy has big wisdom; traditional Chinese: 大隻佬), also known as An Intelligent Muscle Man, is a 2003 Hong Kong film, produced and directed by Johnnie To and Wai Ka-Fai. It is ultimately a Buddhist parable about the nature of karma. There were some cuts in the Mainland China edition to meet the requirements for release there. This is the second film starring Andy Lau in which he wears a prosthetic suit. In his previous film, Love on a Diet, he wore a fat suit, while in this film, he wears a muscle suit. Big (Andy Lau) was a Buddhist Monk, but he gave up this occupation when he realized he could see a person's past life, which would mean he would be able to predict what would happen to that person because of Karma. Big then became a bodybuilder and worked in a strip bar when he ran into Lee Fung-Yee (Cecilia Cheung). Lee was working as a undercover cop in the CID which busted Big in his strip show, but Big became...
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