Chinese mainland actress Siqin Gaowa and actor Jet Li hold trophies for the Best Actress and the Best Actor respectively for the movies "The Postmodern Life of My Aunt" and The Warlords at the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards in Hong Kong last night. Hong Kong director Peter Chan won the Best Director award for his movie The Warlords while the Best Supporting Actor award went to Hong Kong's Andy Lau for his role in Protege. Taiwanese star Susan Shaw won the Best Supporting Actress award for The Pye-Dog.
Action star Jet Li holds his trophy at the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards on Sunday, April 13, 2008. The star was honored Best Actor at the ceremony.
Action star Jet Li and mainland actress Siqin Gaowa were honored with the Best Actor and Actress awards at the 27th Hong Kong Film Awards on Sunday.
Jet Li, who portrayed a conspirator in the war epic The Warlords," said his 28 years of hard work had finally paid off.
This is the second time Siqin Gaowa has nabbed the Best Actress award.
"It is truly beyond my expectations," the actress said, applauding at how the awards have evolved in the 23 years since she was first given the Best Actress award.
The Warlords was the biggest winner at the awards, sweeping another seven titles including Best Film, Best Director, Best Visual Effects and the Best Costume Make-Up and Design.