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We’re all familiar with the Chow Yun Fat in front of the camera. But the internationally-acclaimed movie star’s real passion lies behind it.

In black and white photography. The Hong Kong actor was in town last Saturday to help launch the new Louis Vuitton Maison.

Chow, 56, had previously released a black and white photo collection entitled Moving Pictures, published by Louis Vuitton.

The photographs included still shots from the sets of his movies such as Pirates Of The Caribbean and Curse Of The Golden Flower.

Chow revealed in a group interview that his interest in photography had been sparked while filming the 2000 martial arts movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.


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Via AsiaOne News

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