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Fallen Angels  (1995)

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The movie Fallen Angels, released in 1995 and directed by Kar-Wai Wong, was shot on film using ARRI Cameras and Kinoptik Lenses with Christopher Doyle as cinematographer and editing by William Chang, Ming Lam Wong.
Directed by | Kar-Wai Wong
Cinematography by | Christopher Doyle
Written by | Kar-Wai Wong
Lens Manufacturer
Camera Aperture
Language | Min Nan, Japanese, English, Cantonese, Mandarin
Genres | Comedy, Crime, Drama

Editing System
Finishing System
Film Negative Width
Distributed Frame Rate
Distributed Aspect Ratio
Wong Chi-Ming / Killer
The Killer's Agent
Charlie / Cherry
Punkie / Blondie / Baby
The Man Forced To Eat Icecream
He Zhiwu's Father
Woman Pressed To Buy Vegetables
Man Forced To Have His Clothes Washed
Directed by
Cinematography by
Written by
Edited by
Produced by
Associate Producer
Executive Producer
Executive Producer
Original Music by
Production Design by
Production Designer
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Production Management
Unit Manager
Assistant Production Manager
Production Manager
Executive Production Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
2nd Unit Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
2nd Unit Camera
Camera Operator: Second Unit
Camera Grip
2nd Unit Focus Puller
Focus Puller
Camera Grip
Camera Operator: Second Unit
2nd Unit Focus Puller
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Assistant Editor
Art Department
Assistant Art Director
Props Master
Sound Department
Sound Effects
Assistant Production Sound Mixer
Sound Mixer
Sound Recordist
Dubbing Editor: Mandarin
Dubbing Supervisor
Assistant Sound Editor
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist
Hair Stylist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Assistant
Music Department
Composer: Song "Wang Ji Ta"
Stunt Department
Stunt Coordinator
Transportation Department
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