Do san (1989)12K
Do san: Directed by Jing Wong. With Chow Yun-Fat, Andy Lau, Joey Wang, Charles Heung. A master gambler loses his memory, and is befriended by a street hustler who discovers his supernatural gambling abilities.
“God of Gamblers is a bit of a hybrid of different genres. There`s intense drama, lively comedy and ultraviolent action. Chow Yun-Fat is God of Gamblers. Because of an accident, his mental state is reduced to the level of a child, but he has not lost his gamblegift(nor his hunger for chocolate). The people responsible for the accident(they didn`t mean to by the way) soon discover the unusual gift of their u0026quot;patientu0026quot;, and begin to take advantage of it. Chow Yun-Fat gets a chance to prove his great acting abilities, without so much use of a gun(he also uses a gun, but rather rarely). u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eGod of Gamblers has intense drama and a rather nice soundtrack(if a little bizarre at times). The comedy part is also all right, but a Western audience might find quite a few of the jokes a little TOO chinese for their liking. Overall though, God Of Gamblers is a quite tasty hongkong-movie that every fan should see. 8,5/10”