Aaron Kwok unfazed by Golden Horse snub

Aaron Kwok (above) plays a counterfeit artist in Project Gutenberg, written and directed by Felix Chong.
Aaron Kwok (above) plays a counterfeit artist in Project Gutenberg, written and directed by Felix Chong.PHOTO: MM2 ENTERTAINMENT
Aaron Kwok (above) plays a counterfeit artist in Project Gutenberg, written and directed by Felix Chong (left).
Aaron Kwok plays a counterfeit artist in Project Gutenberg, written and directed by Felix Chong (above).PHOTO: MM2 ENTERTAINMENT

Despite Project Gutenberg getting left out of the recent nominations, the actor has won praise from the film's writer-director

The crime thriller Project Gutenberg plays with perceptions that audiences have of its lead actors.

The film stars some of Hong Kong's biggest names - Aaron Kwok and Chow Yun Fat - but has them playing less than savoury characters. Kwok is a counterfeit artist while Chow is a mercurial mastermind.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 08, 2018, with the headline 'Aaron Kwok unfazed by Golden Horse snub'. Print Edition | Subscribe