A taut wartime thriller, Red Crag: Life in Eternal Flame anticipates the paranoia and violence of the imminent Cultural Revolution while harking back to the aesthetic splendour of the Golden Age Shanghai cinema of the late 1940s. (This opulence is largely due to the work of cinematographer Zhu Jinming, the master visual stylist of Shangrao Concentration Camp and other key "Seventeen Years" films.) The film concerns a hard-boiled woman working in the Chongqing Communist underground during World War II, whose commitment to the guerrilla cause is only intensified after she witnesses her husband's head mounted on the city walls by the Nationalist forces.
Burning Flame III is a TVB production. It is an independent installment to 1998's Burning Flame and 2002's Burning Flame II.
Burning Flame is a TVB modern action drama that focuses on the duties and challenges of Hong Kong firefighters. It is the first installment in the Burning Flame series. The series was specifically filmed to celebrate TVB's 31st Anniversary and was supported by Hong Kong Fire Services Department.
Burning Flame II is a TVB modern action drama that focuses on the duties and challenges of Hong Kong firefighters. Wong He continues to be the leading star in this series along with other new cast members including Alex Fong, Maggie Cheung Ho Yee, Stephen Au, Yoyo Mung, and Flora Chan. Although it is the second installment in the Burning Flame series, the story and the characters are completely different from the first.