Wing Jing: No.
As I repeated so many time, yet most HK film people don’t want to mention it,
its is actually the fault of politics. In the 1980s to the 1990s, the most important market of the HK film industry was Taiwan. At the moment, only
the Taiwan market could brought the money that the HK film industry needed. Only one
example: God of Gamblers 2. They paid around 3 million USD for the
distribution rights, which was almost 70% of the budget. So why the business isn’t good at the moment
is because people are so selfish and they never cared about the Taiwan investors. A lot of things happened at this time, so at the end, Taiwan was lost and the market collapsed. So there
is no market left to support HK films. Every investor have to give enough money to produce a film, before we asked Taiwan people to pay. That’s what they
ought to do.