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Why does Leslie Cheung have such a high status in Hong Kong

2018-02-17 19:12:00

First of all, because of his achievements, the 1980s in the music industry hot, won a lot of awards, classic songs "monica" "Silence is golden" and so on are well-known in that era. Quit the music industry in the 1990s, specializing in movies, not like many singers are the nature of the ticket, but really attentively acting, acting is affirmed (but unfortunately always with the award, only once the Academy Award), the representative "Farewell My Concubine" "A Fei Zhengzong" need not say more. Leslie Cheung is a highly talented artist who always seeks breakthroughs and dares to be the first in the world. His status is also high because of his character, humility, vigorously promote the younger generation, dawn, Cecilia Cheung, etc. are his help, is the predecessor of the entertainment circle, popularity is very good. Around 2000, he won many top awards, including the Golden Needle Award, CCTV Asia Outstanding Entertainer, which was a recognition of his past achievements. In 1980, she won the Best Performance Award at the Commonwealth Film and Television Festival for the TV short drama "The Woman of My Family". In 1982, the film "Hot Youth" directed by Tam Ka-ming was nominated for best actor in the 2nd Hong Kong Film Awards. This film is a representative of Hong Kong's popular films and one of the "100 best Chinese films" selected by the Academy of Film Awards. In 1988, he starred in the film Rouge, directed by Raymond Kwan, and was nominated for the Best Actor Award at the Hong Kong Film Awards for the third time for his role as the Twelveteen. In 2010, the Hong Kong Film Critics Society selected the "Top ten Hong Kong films", and "Alfy" ranked first. [31] In the film, Zhang Guogong portrays Xu Zai as a lonely and rebellious prodigal son. In 1993, he starred in the film Farewell My Concubine, which won the Golden Palm Award at the 46th Cannes International Film Festival, becoming the first Chinese film to win this honor. In 1994, for his performance in Farewell My Concubine, Cheung won the "Japan Film Critics Award for Best Actor in a Foreign Language Film", the "Special Contribution Award of the Chinese Film Performing Arts Society", and was shortlisted for the Best Actor at the 46th Cannes International Film Festival. Reference source: Encyclopedia - Leslie Cheung