A former graft-buster won the best new performer prize at the Hong Kong Film Awards for a role reprising his corruption-fighting persona in a police thriller, which swept the awards.
Hong Kong actor Alex Tsui holds the trophy for 'Best New Performer,' awarded for his role in the movie 'Cold War' during the 32nd Hong Kong Film Awards, on April 13, 2013. The annual awards are the Hong Kong equivalent to the Oscars and the British BAFTAS.
"Cold War" took nine awards including those for best film, best actor and best director, with former Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) deputy director of operations Alex Tsui recognised in his first film role.
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