A Complicated Story

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A Complicated Story
Film poster
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 一個複雜故事
Simplified Chinese 一个复杂故事
Directed byKiwi Chow
Screenplay by Shu Kei
Kiwi Chow
Based onA Complicated Story
by Yi Shu
Produced byShu Kei
Ding Yun Shan
Starring Jacky Cheung
Jacqueline Zhu
Stephanie Che
Zi Yi
CinematographyCheung Wing
Edited byChak Hoi Ling
Music byCheung Ngai
Milkyway Image
Edko Films
Hong Kong Film Development Fund
Big Star Production
Distributed byEdko Films
Release dates
  • 26 March 2013 (2013-03-26)(Hong Kong
    International Film Festival)
  • 16 January 2014 (2014-01-16)(Hong Kong)
Running time
107 minutes
CountryHong Kong

A Complicated Story is a Hong Kong drama film, directed by Kiwi Chow based on the novel of the same title by Yi Shu. The film is headlined by actors Jacky Cheung, Jacqueline Zhu, Stephanie Che, and Zi Yi. The film had its world premiere at the Hong Kong International Film Festival on 26 March 2013, [1] and was theatrically released in Hong Kong on 16 January 2014.


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