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Top 10 HK movies since return to motherland

By Zhang Rui
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China.org.cn selects and reviews the 10 best films made in Hong Kong in the 25 years after 1997, when the city returned to the motherland, in order to showcase Hong Kong filmmakers' creativity, uniqueness, and hard work. 

10. "Who Am I" (1998)

A still image from "Who Am I." [Photo courtesy of Golden Harvest]

"Who Am I" is one of Jackie Chan's best works after 1997. It tells about a secret agent who loses his memory after a helicopter crash in remote South Africa but is later chased by several other agency operatives, but he has no idea why. The film was directed, written, and starred by Chan and his long-time collaborator, director Benny Chan. It is pure entertainment with an ambitious global vision, including an incredible and super dangerous stunt in which he slid down the sloped side of the enormous Willemswelf building in Rotterdam by himself. This was the peak of Chan action movies before the superstar grew old.

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