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For a film which sounds on the surface like the second wave director Fruit Chan’s cash in on the indie splash made by his contemporary Wong Kar-wai and his Chungking Express a few year prior, it is certainly surprising to see how Made in Hong Kong manages to carve its own creative path. I went expecting gritty lo-fi riff on the Chungking formula aimed more so at the disillusioned youth of the Handover era. What I got was a film…