Despite being hit by the mainland's boycott and marred by controversy, the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards is a glittering affair, celebrating the efforts of Hong Kong's stars and other film talents on Sunday (April 3). Thriller Port of Call wins big at the awards ceremony, scooping up seven prizes, including Best Actor for Aaron Kwok and Best Actress for newcomer Jessie Li. Controversial film Ten Years wins Best Picture with its ominous depiction of what Hong Kong might be like in 10 years' time.
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