Amnesia | aka Who Am I? 2015 | DVD (Lionsgate)

Amnesia | DVD (Lionsgate)

Amnesia | DVD (Lionsgate)

RELEASE DATE: January 3, 2017

On January 3, 2017, Lionsgate is releasing the DVD for Song Xi-Yin’s Amnesia (its full marketing title is Jackie Chan Presents Amnesia, since Chan serves as producer). It’s also known as Who Am I: 2015, which is a more fitting title, considering it’s a loose remake of Chan’s 1998 classic, Who Am I? 

Finding himself at a murder scene, bike courier Li Ziwei tries to escape, but the culprits force him off a bridge. The amnesia from his head injuries means he can’t recognize the faces of his enemies, who have framed him for the crime. Now, carrying the parcel that’s his only clue, and with the help of sassy hitchhiker Tong Xin, Li Ziwei must outrun killers and cops while racing to clear his name of the mysterious murder.

Amnesia stars newcomers Ocean Wang, Anna Yao, Zhang Lan-Xin (Kung Fu Jungle), Ken Lo (Special ID) and Yu Rong Guang (New Police Story)

The original Who Am I?, which was directed by Benny Chan (Shaolin), had Chan playing a secret agent who loses his memory after falling from a crashing helicopter. He is then chased by a number of other agency operatives, but he has no idea why.

Pre-order Amnesia from Amazon.com today!

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5 Responses to Amnesia | aka Who Am I? 2015 | DVD (Lionsgate)

  1. Ningen21 says:

    I like how they don’t care about the bootleg Mortal Kombat logo.

  2. Jerry says:

    This movie was so bad. Like really bad

  3. Paul Bramhall says:

    The official English title for this one is actually ‘Who Am I 2015’, in what’s possibly the only example of a question mark being replaced by a year. (http://hkmdb.com/db/movies/view.mhtml?id=17528&display_set=eng)

    Remember in that interim period when HK cinema was on the decline, and Mainland China had yet to become the box office giant that it is today, and fans of martial arts cinema would say….”China has so much raw talent, if only they’d start making movies!” Well, I hope those people are happy that they got their wish. 🙂

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