After revealing the multiple faces of humanity, To still believes in kindness. The first half of Running on Karma reveals To’s understanding of ‘karma’ which is fated and unshakeable. When Lee Fung-yee finds out she has to die because of her past life as a Japanese soldier killing civilians, she is confused and wonders why this happened to her even though she was so kind and never had done anything wrong. To denotes his attitude and opinion on how we should live with our fated Karma. Lee Fung-yee decides to make her death more meaningful. Running of Karma has been identified as one of the most significant and original films of To, in collaboration with his life-long colleague Wai Kar Fai.
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