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Guang Li, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, The Children of Huang Shi (1)

Guang Li, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, The Children of Huang Shi (1)

Guang Li (left) as Shi Kai and Jonathan Rhys Meyers (right) as George Hogg in “The Children of Huang Shi”.
Photo credit: Zhu Jialei, Ming Productions for Sony Pictures Classics

Michelle Yeoh, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, The Children of Huang Shi (2)

Michelle Yeoh, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, The Children of Huang Shi (2)

Michelle Yeoh (left) as Madame Wang and Jonathan Rhys Meyers (right) as George Hogg in “The Children of Huang Shi”.
Photo credit: Zhu Jialei, Ming Productions for Sony Pictures Classics

Chow Yun-Fat, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, The Children of Huang Shi (3)

Chow Yun-Fat, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, The Children of Huang Shi (3)

Chow Yun-Fat (left) as Jack Chen and Jonathan Rhys Meyers (right) as George Hogg in “The Children of Huang Shi”.
Photo credit: Zhu Jialei, Ming Productions for Sony Pictures Classics

Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Chow Yun-Fat, The Children of Huang Shi (4)

Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Chow Yun-Fat, The Children of Huang Shi (4)

Jonathan Rhys Meyers (left) as George Hogg and Chow Yun-Fat (right) as Jack Chen in “The Children of Huang Shi”.
Photo credit: Zhu Jialei, Ming Productions for Sony Pictures Classics

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