'A Simple Life' wins HK Directors Guild Award

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Hong Kong director Ann Hui's "A Simple Life" has received a best film award from the Hong Kong Film Directors Guild.

"A Simple Life" tells the story of a close knit relationship between a successful film maker and his nanny.

The film has taken home countless awards both in Hong Kong and abroad.

On accepting the award Hui joked that she's received too many prizes recently.

She said, "I feel like I've taken home too many awards recently. So if I'm acting like I'm full of myself, I hope the good friends at the Directors' Guild will help to keep me grounded."

The guild headed by Honorary President and Kung Fu star Jackie Chan also gave best film awards to Jiang Wen's "Let the Bullets Fly" and Alan Mak's "Overheard 2."

Ann Hui and Jiang Wen also took home best director awards along with Tsui Hark for "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate."

The awards were handed out at the Guild's annual dinner Wednesday night.

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