It looks like the path to winning Best Actor at the Hong Kong Film Awards has opened wider for Patrick Tse, who recently won another similar accolade.
The Hong Kong Film Directors Guild recently announced this year’s winners of its choosing, with Patrick again winning for his performance as a former assassin in “Time”.
Speaking about the honour, the 85-year-old actor expressed, “I hope to share this joy with the cast and crew. It feels like it was just yesterday that I shot this movie. Please stay healthy and keep working hard, everyone.”
On the other hand, the Best Film category was won by Benny Chan’s final film, “Raging Fire”, with the late director winning Best Director posthumously.
Other winners include Cya Liu – who won Best Actress for “Limbo”, Louise Wong (Wang Danni) – who won Best New Actor for “Anita”, and “Hand Rolled Cigarette” director Chan King Long – who won Best New Director.