Cheng Er, known for his ability to keep audiences guessing, graduated from the film department of Beijing Film Academy in 1999. After graduation he made the film Criminals (1999), playing the multiple roles of screenwriter, director and editor. He wrote and directed the well-received psychodrama Unfinished Girl (2005), which was nominated for several awards, prior to filming crime drama Lethal Hostage (2011), where he again served as screenwriter, director and editor.

Accolades

Cheng Er
Best Screenplay, 2012

Cheng Er

Best Screenplay, 2012

Cheng Er

Lethal Hostage (Bian jing feng yun)

Cheng Er, known for his ability to keep audiences guessing, graduated from the film department of the Beijing Film Academy in 1999. After graduation he…

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Cheng Er
Best Director, 2012

Cheng Er

Best Director, 2012

Cheng Er

Lethal Hostage (Bian jing feng yun)

High Commendation, Achievement in Directing, 2012 Cheng Er, known for his ability to keep audiences guessing, graduated from the film department of Beijing Film Academy…

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Films

Lethal Hostage
2012

Lethal Hostage (Bian jing feng yun)

People's Republic of China
2012

Lethal Hostage (Bian jing feng yun)

High Commendation, Achievement in Directing, 2012 The film is about the relationship between Hong, a drug dealer, and Annie, his hostage. 10 years ago Annie’s…

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