Patrick Tse, Who Has Been In Showbiz For 70 Years, Just Won His First Best Actor Award
The 85-year-old Hongkong screen legend, who won the award for his role as a retired hitman in Time, said he would treat the cast and crew of the movie to coffee at a six-star hotel.
Hongkong screen legend Patrick Tse has won his first Best Actor award after 70 years in showbiz.
The 85-year-old, who is affectionately known as 'Fourth Brother', was named Best Actor by the Hong Kong Film Critics Society for his role as a retired contract killer in black comedy Time.
The movie, which is produced and co-written by Gordon Lam, also won Best Screenplay.
Patrick beat out his fellow Best Actor nominees Daniel Wu (Caught In Time), Leung Chong Hang (Zero to Hero, as well as his Time producer Gordon Lam, who was nominated for two movies Hand Rolled Cigarette and Limbo.