Working Class (1985)

Directed by
Old but good
Reviewed by Simon on 2001-05-27
Old Tsui Hark comedy starring Sam Hui and Tsui Hark himself. All pretty goofy stuff, but a very well crafted film. Characters are rounded, script is good and direction is top notch. Most enjoyable. Besides the comedy, he also works a little bit of politics into the film, the basic working class on the shop floor vs. corrupt management being a non-too subtle statement, but he doesn't try to rub your face in it. The best thing is getting to see Tsui on screen... he is such a cool guy, oozes charisma & intelligence and looks great. And he's funny too. He should act more.