Set against the backdrop of the 1967 anti-British riot, No.1 Chung Ying Street looks at both the past and the future of Hong Kong. It is divided into two parts, the story first tells about the four youngsters who are caught up in the large-scale riot between the pro-communist left wingers and the British colonial government. The story then fast forwards to 50 years, and it takes place along the frontier border town Sha Tau Kok. Over there the three Hong Kong freedom fighters cross paths with an old man from the 1967 riot.
Won Best Film - Osaka Asian FF (Grand Prix), Won best feature - South Taiwan Film Festival