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BANGKOK DANGEROUS

OXIDE PANG (Director) started his career as a telecine color grader, before moving to Thailand in the early 1990s to film TV commercials. In 1996, the Hong Kong-born filmmaker directed his first feature film, Who is Running? He partnered with his twin brother Danny Pang to direct Bangkok Dangerous, which was invited to participate in internationally renowned film festivals, including the 2000 Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the International Critics Award.

In 2001, the Pang Brothers were invited by Applause Pictures' Peter Chan to return to Hong Kong to direct their first Hong Kong movie, The Eye. A huge success in China, The Eye was distributed in the U.S. and spawned a sequel, The Eye 2. Recently, Pang made his first solo directing debut with Abnormal Beauty. Other recent directing credits include Re-cycle and The Messengers. He is also a producer on The Omen, Maha Utt and Tesseract.

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