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Ringo Lam

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ringo Lam Ling-Tung (1955-2018) was a Hong Kong film director, producer and scriptwriter. He was known for gritty, dark and realistic action thrillers. He was born in Hong Kong and studied film at York University film school in Toronto. Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs (1992) was reworked from Lam's City on Fire (1987), and critics have indicated that there are shot-by-shot copies of certain action sequences. His most recent films include a collaboration with Jean-Claude Van Damme: Maximum Risk (1996), Replicant (2001), and The Savage (2003) (better known as In Hell). Description above from the Wikipedia article Ringo Lam, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


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Born:
Dec 8, 1955 In Hong Kong
Movie/TV Credits:
4
First Appeared:
In the movie The Eighth Happiness 1988-02-11
Latest Project:
Movie Tarantino, le disciple de Hong-Kong 2011-06-05
Known For
Poster of Tarantino, le disciple de Hong-Kong
Poster of Film ohne Fesseln - Das neue Hongkong Kino
Poster of Twin Dragons
Poster of The Eighth Happiness
Filmography
Movie Tarantino, le disciple de Hong-Kong Unknown 2011-06-05
Movie Film ohne Fesseln - Das neue Hongkong Kino Himself 1993-01-01
Movie Twin Dragons Card player 1992-01-15
Movie The Eighth Happiness Audience member 1988-02-11