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Joyce Adolfo 5 years ago
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As Tears Go By (simplified Chinese: 旺角卡门; traditional Chinese: 旺角卡門; pinyin: Wàngjiǎo Kǎmén; Jyutping: Wong6gok3 Kaa1mun4; lit. Mongkok Carmen) is a 1988 Hong Kong film that was the directorial debut of Wong Kar-wai. Critics have compared the film to Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets, as the central plot revolves around a small time gangster trying to keep his smaller-time gangster friend out of trouble. During its Hong Kong theatrical run, As Tears Go By grossed HK $11,532,283. It remains Wong Kar Wai's highest-grossing film in Hong Kong, and his only film to gross over HK $10 million.
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