1989, cert 15, running time TBC minutes
Director: Mike Newell
Lily and Chen move from Hong Kong to London to make their fortune.
Enterprising Lily runs her own restaurant but she fails to persuade Chen who prefers the security of a job as a waiter in Londonís Chinatown.
Soho which forms the backdrop of much of the action, is Britainís nerve centre for the Chinese Mafia Ė the Triads. In the back streets and illicit gambling dens, the film gives a rare insight to the Machiavellian exchanges between rival Triad gangs. Trying to pay off his fatherís gambling debts; the innocent Chen accepts money from a Triad member, only to find that he is expected to pay for it by doing a heroin run.
Terrified, he falls in with Lilyís plan to move away and start up a business.
However back in Soho a high ranking Triad member is planning to overthrow his leader, and Chenís unpaid debt could turn him into a pawn in a horrifying violent power struggle.
Starring Sylvia Chang
"fascinating, a touching comic success story. The acting in flawless."
Disc Title: SOURSWEET
Format: DVD Video
Supplied: DVD+R Double Layer (DVD-9)
Duration: 106 minutes 4 seconds
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Bonus Material: 'The Handyman' short film Director Simon Rumley
Duration: 15 minutes 34 seconds
Aspect Ratio: 16:9 FHA
Menus (All 4:3 Aspect Ratio):
Main Menu (Static)
Bonus Features Menu (Static)
Scene Selection (Chapters 1 - 6) (Static) Scene Selection (Chapters 7 - 12) (Static)
All audio as Dolby Digital 2.0 (AC-3, 2 channel)