Rookie policeman Will Ren and his partner, the veteran cop Cham Lau, are pursuing a brutal murderer of women in Hong Kong’s underworld. To lure this “hand-fetish” ripper, they use the criminal Wong To as bait. But this young woman is both unpredictable and insubordinate. Surrounded by ever more insane bouts of violence and increasingly in danger of falling victim to the bestial serial killer herself, she fights the traumas of the slums by her own means…
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Born in Macao, he studied arts and drawing before moving to Hong Kong in 2000 to direct his feature debut Diamond Hill, a story of incest and terror. Two years later, he shot critically acclaimed horror film New Blood. His fifth film Dog Bite Dog won the Action Asia Grand Prize at the 2007 Deauville Asian Film Festival. The following year, he made martial arts film Shamo and switched to a darker and more intimate register with Accident, presented at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. Limbo is his sixteenth feature film.