Yuan is a poor and quiet girl from Taiwan who got married and settled down in Hong Kong. However, her marriage was soon over and she is separated from her husband Bing. One day, Bing goes missing and the police looks for Yuan to record statement. Ye is a policeman who happens to be involved in an earlier case where Bing is caught for peeping in the washroom. Bing had earlier explained to Ye that he had discovered an incredible secret: a lot of women were planning secretly to destroy men and they were exchanging their ideas in the washroom. Ye was feeling bizarre about the whole case, as whenever he found some evidence, they would go missing at a blink! Ye soon developed feelings for Yuan and the both soon discovered that Bing was killed because he knew too much about the secret organization. The both are in danger too... (twitchfilm)
Let’s skip the formalities and build up, Exodus is a capable addition to Hong Kong’s minimal catalogue of conspiratorial psychedelia, and even though it also stars Simon Yam, it actually gets the job done very well, unlike his bigger release from last year, Eye in the Sky.
Yam returns to his cop roots for another foray, but here we...
2007 Golden Bauhinia Awards (Hong Kong, China) : - Nomination for the Golden Bauhinia for Best Art Direction - Nomination for the Golden Bauhinia for Best Cinematography - Nomination for the Golden Bauhinia for Best Director - Nomination for the Golden Bauhinia for Best Music - Nomination for the Golden Bauhinia for Best Screenplay
2007 San Sebastián International Film Festival (San Sebastián, Spain) : - Prize of the Jury to Charlie Lam for Best Cinematography