21 Aug – Months after postponing its release due to the pandemic, Aaron Kwok is excited to reveal that his movie, "I'm Livin' It" will finally be expected in cinemas around mid-September.
As reported on Mingpao, the actor who spoke about the eventual release of the film, which was originally slated for release earlier this year and co-stars Miriam Yeung, stated that the movie meant a lot for him as it highlights the plight of the homeless.
He expressed, "This movie is one of the most satisfying projects I have done in recent years. I play the role of a disillusioned man who struggles to survive in the margins of society. The role was painful and restrained and I had a lot of room to play."
Aaron added that he sacrificed a lot for the sake of his character; having refrained from eating to get deeper into the character, as well as smoking and coughing a lot throughout filming that he even convinced himself that he was suffering from an illness.
"This is a work from the heart. I hope that more viewers will be able to go and see such an outstanding Hong Kong movie. This is the most important thing for the film market at this stage," he added.