|Mandarin||Sān Rén Xíng|
|Cantonese||Saam1 Jan4 Hang4|
|Directed by||Johnnie To|
|Screenplay by||Yau Nai-hoi |
|Produced by||Johnnie To|
|Starring|| Zhao Wei |
|Edited by||David Richardson|
|Music by||Xavier Jamaux|
|Distributed by||Media Asia Distributions |
Media Asia Film Distribution (Beijing) (China)
Iqiyi Pictures (China)
|Countries||Hong Kong |
|Languages|| Cantonese |
|Box office||CN¥100.4 million (China)|
Three is a 2016 Hong Kong–Chinese action film produced and directed by Johnnie To and starring Zhao Wei, Louis Koo and Wallace Chung. The film was released on 24 June 2016 in China and 30 June 2016 in Hong Kong, while it is also the closing film of the 2016 Taipei Film Festival on 10 July 2016.
Shun (Wallace Chung), a thug, is shot in the head by a cop due to miscommunication during an interrogation and is taken to the hospital. In the hospital, he claims human rights to refuse surgery to remove the bullet inside his head in order to bide time for his underlings to rescue him. The detective (Louis Koo) in charge sees through Shun's scheme but decides to play along so as to capture his whole gang once and for all.
Production for Three began in Guangzhou in March 2015wrapped up on 24 July of the same year. The film was mainly shot in a hospital that was built by the props team.
The film has grossed CN¥100.41 million in China. On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 91% "fresh" rating based on 23 reviews. Metacritic reports a 71 out of 100 rating based on 10 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
|53rd Golden Horse Awards||Best Director||Johnnie To||Nominated|
|Best Original Film Score||Xavier Jamaux||Nominated|
| 19th Shanghai International Film Festival |
China Movie Channel Media Award
|Best Actor||Wallace Chung||Won|
|8th Big Ben Awards - Golden Unicorn Award||Best Actress||Zhao Wei||Won|
|12th Asian Film Awards||Best Composer||Xavier Jamaux||Nominated|
|36th Hong Kong Film Awards||Best Director||Johnnie To||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Siu-Keung Cheng|
|13th Guangzhou Student Film Festival||Most Popular Director||Johnnie To||Won|
|Most Popular Actor||Wallace Chung||Won|
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