Motorway (film)

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Directed by Cheang Pou-soi
Screenplay byJoey O' Bryan
Szeto Kam-Yuen
Francis Fung
Story byJoey O' Bryan
Produced by Johnnie To
CinematographyFung Yuen-man
Tse Chung-to
Edited byAllen Leung
Music by Alex Gopher
Xavier Jamaux
Distributed byMedia Asia Distribution
Release date
  • 21 June 2012 (2012-06-21)
Running time
90 mins
CountryHong Kong
Box officeHK$14,766,493

Motorway (Chinese :車手) is a 2012 Hong Kong action film directed by Cheang Pou-soi and starring Shawn Yue, Anthony Wong and Guo Xiaodong.



Critical reception

Variety's Maggie Lee wrote, "Cruising pleasantly until a gripping midfilm turning point, the pic only goes full-throttle in the final payoff, with car chases designed to impress the discerning. To's fans and Asian markets will drive sales traffic." [1]


List of accolades
32nd Hong Kong Film Awards Best Film MotorwayNominated
Best Director Cheang Pou-soi Nominated
Best Film Editing David Richardson, Allen LeungNominated
Best Action Choreography Chin Ka-lok, Wong Wai-fai, Ng Hoi-tongNominated
Best Sound Design Benny Chu, Steve MillerNominated
Best Visual Effects Law Wai-ho, Hellowing CheungNominated
49th Golden Horse Awards Best Action ChoreographyChin Ka-lok, Wong Wai-fai, Ng Hoi-tongWon

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  1. Motorway (Che sau) (Hong Kong) By MAGGIE LEE. Variety. 11 June 2012.