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Kwan Pun Leung

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Kwan Pun Leung

Kwan Pun Leung is a Hong Kong cinematographer. After starting his career as a photographer in the local arts and culture scene, he made his motion picture debut as director of photography on director Stanley Kwan’s 1997 film Hold You Tight. Kwan then worked on Ann Hui’s films July Rhapsody (2002) and The Postmodern Life of My Aunt (2006), as well as Wong Kar-wai’s 2004 film [[

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