HK Cinema - 1992

In 1992 a new production company was set up that was to have a huge influence over HK films during the next few years. UFO produced quality films with the youth as its target audience. The films were very contemporary in nature and delved into the relationships of today’s youth/yuppies in HK. The films tend to be very glossy, sleek and sophisticated with a very heavy Western influence.
Here are most of their films along with links to those that are reviewed on this site..


Days of Being Dumb


Tom, Dick and Hairy
He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Father
Always on my Mind


He is a Woman, She is a Man
Over the Rainbow, Under the Skirts
Twenty Something
I've Got You, Babe
He & She
The Returning


Doctor Mack
Happy Hour
Whatever Will Be, Will Be
Heaven Can’t Wait


Age of Miracles
Who’s the Woman, Who’s the Man
Comrades: Almost a Love Story
Lost and Found
Those were the Days


The Wedding Days
Yesterday You Yesterday Me


Anna Magdalena
City of Glass


Metade Fumaca