Overheard 3

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Hong Kong | 2014 | 131 minutes | Alan Mak, Felix Chong

In this superb thriller ending the explosive trilogy, Jau is newly released from prison and seeking out his former employers, the Luk brothers. He weaves a complex web of surveillance in order to capture as much of their corrupt dealings as possible and set into motion the ultimate revenge.

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Newly released from prison after serving a five-year sentence for vehicular homicide, Jau seeks out his former employers, the Luk brothers, who, along with “Uncle To,” have become major players in Hong Kong’s real estate and property development market. But Jau’s motives are less than loyal; teaming up with his fellow ex-con Joe, a computer hacker, the pair weaves a complex web of surveillance, capturing as much of the Luk brothers’ internecine dealings as possible. Further complicating matters is Yu, To’s daughter and Jau’s ex-girlfriend, who is embroiled, sexually and financially, with Wan, the brothers’ corrupt financier. As an impending IPO nears, one that could make or break the fortunes of To, the Luks, and everyone else involved, Jau puts into motion his ultimate endgame with explosive repercussions. As in their previous films, co-directors Felix Chong and Alan Mak have crafted yet another superb thriller, sharper and with more twists than a corkscrew, Overheard 3 provides a blockbuster conclusion to the trilogy.

Director Biography
Alan Mak studied at Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and directed his first feature film Nude Fear in 1998. Mak’s 2009 film Overheard won the Hong Kong Film Critics Society’s award for Best Director. Felix Chong studied at the Academy of Film at Hong Kong Baptist University and his film Infernal Affairs was adapted by Martin Scorcese as The Departed. Together, Mak and Chong founded POP Movies Limited in 2007.

Sponsored by Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office, San Francisco, Delta Air Lines

  • Director: Alan Mak, Felix Chong
  • Principal Cast: Sean Lau, Louis Koo, Daniel Wu, Zhou Xun, Michelle Ye
  • Country: Hong Kong
  • Year: 2014
  • Running Time: 131 minutes
  • Producer: Derek Yee, Ronald Wong
  • Screenplay: Alan Mak, Felix Chong
  • Cinematographers: Anthony Pun
  • Editors: Curran Pang
  • Music: Chan Kwong-wing
  • Awards: Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards 2015 (Best Actor), Hong Kong Film Awards 2015 (Best Actor, Screenplay, Supporting Actor)
  • Filmography: The Silent War (2012), Overheard 2 (2011), The Lost Bladesman (2011), Overheard (2009), Lady Cop & Papa Crook (2008)
  • Language: Cantonese, Mandarin
  • Has Subtitles: Yes
  • Format: DCP
  • International Sales: Distribution Workshop