Calling Johnnie To
's film Life Without Principle
a 'thriller' may be slightly off-base, but there is a deep tension at the heart of the movie. The story follows people in several economic spheres: a bank worker, a 'regular' citizen, and a Triad gangster, and watches as each tries to navigate the Hong Kong economy after the market crash.
By all accounts based on reviews out of TIFF last year, the film misses the ...