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"Perhaps Love" Wins Top Honors at Hong Kong Film Awards

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire April 11, 2006 at 9:14AM

"Perhaps Love," China's first musical in more than three decades, led the winners' list with six honors at the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards, though the best film and director nods went to Johnnie To's "Election." Voters snubbed Tsui Hark's martial arts extravaganza Seven Swords." Despite going into Saturday's ceremony with 11 nominations -- the same as "Perhaps Love" -- the film failed to win a single nod. "Perhaps Love" took the awards for best actress (Zhou Xun), cinematography, costume and make-up, art direction, original film score and original song. The Hollywood Reporter reports.
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"Perhaps Love," China's first musical in more than three decades, led the winners' list with six honors at the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards, though the best film and director nods went to Johnnie To's "Election." Voters snubbed Tsui Hark's martial arts extravaganza Seven Swords." Despite going into Saturday's ceremony with 11 nominations -- the same as "Perhaps Love" -- the film failed to win a single nod. "Perhaps Love" took the awards for best actress (Zhou Xun), cinematography, costume and make-up, art direction, original film score and original song. The Hollywood Reporter reports.

This article is related to: Hong Kong International Film Festival