Who Killed Cock Robin

Director: Cheng, Wei-Hao Cast: Hsu, Wei-Ning / Chuang, Kaiser / Ko, Chia-Yen / Mason Lee

In this delicately scripted gut-wrenching psycho-thriller from award-winning filmmaker Cheng Wei-Hao (The Tag-Along franchise), an ambitious journalist who witnessed a hit-and-run years ago reboots his investigation led by newly emerged clues. After his source also the only survivor from the accident suddenly disappears, he beats the clock to save her. As he goes further down the rabbit hole, layers of unimaginable dark truths around a corrupted system start peeling.

Often intriguing and always gripping, this whodunit is surprisingly dark and twisted...we guarantee it is time well worth spending on a cautionary tale of greed, vengeance and buried sins.
— MovieXlusive.com
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recognitions

5 Nominations, Taiwan Golden Horse Film Awards
Nomination, Best Picture, Taipei International Film Festival
Nomination, Best Director, Shanghai International Film Festival
Official Selection, London East Asian Film Festival

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north americaN screenings

4/21,27/2018 MINNEAPOLIS St Paul International Film Festival

6/15/2018 VICTORIA Cinecenta

6/22/2018 VANCOUVER Vancouver International Film Centre

2/8/2019 CHICAGO Facets Cinémathèque

2/22/2019 SAN FRANCISCO 4-Star Theatre

NOW ON VOD

Powered by strong acting performances by all of the cast members (though Mason Lee steals the show in the second half) and sharp production design underlining the busy feel of the metropolis captured through the lens of Chen Chi-wen’s camera combining the hand-held mode with drone shots, “Who Killed Cock Robin” is handsome and fun to watch.
— Asian Movie Pulse
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Nearly every shot is handheld, lending a shaky documentary feel that isn’t a far cry from the Bourne series...For those looking for a stylish and dark thriller, it’s hard to go wrong with Cheng Wei-Hao’s strong second outing.
— EasternKicks
It is complex enough to hold your attention, and make you want to know who’s done it. In an age where thrillers are not thrilling and mysteries aren’t mysterious the feeling of not knowing is kind of euphoric.
— Unseen Films