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OVER THE EDGE, Tsui Hark's Don't Play With Fire

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Triad bosses moonlighting as dance club DJs, adolescent boys who need just a nudge to plunge into a life of crime, crazed Vietnam veterans who sever limbs without hesitation, a teenage girl whose desire to die is trumped only by her passion to wreak havoc on society. This is the world of Don't Play With Fire, where bombs go off in movie theaters and cats rot on steel spikes.
Author(s) : Chris Vaillancourt
Date : 1/6/2002
Type(s) : Review

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Foreword   Page 0
Don't Play With Fire is truly Punk   Page 1
Startling twist of the plot   Page 2
Mise-en-scene & Humor & Casting   Page 3
Unsubtle symbolism   Page 4

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