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Raging Fire review: Renowned Hong Kong director Benny Chan's last ever movie delivers blood-sodden crime thriller

1 month ago   |   By Metro

Raging Fire had its premiere at London East Asia Film Festival
Raging Fire has all the ingredients of a typical neo noir: Conflicted police officer, revenge plot, blood splatter - but the explosive thriller succeeds in bringing a kinetic, frantic energy to the genre that is fresh and keeps audiences captivated.
The Hong Kong feature had its UK premiere at the London East Asia Film Festival's Opening Gala to a sold-out Odeon. It's no surprise that people descended on the cinema, particularly as it was legendary action director Benny Chan's last film before he died of cancer last year at...
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