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The movie “Hong Kong Rescue” recounts the outbreak of the Pacific War on December 8, 1941. Hong Kong was occupied by the Japanese army and expelled millions of Hong Kong refugees. At the same time, in order to achieve cultural control of the Chinese nation, the Japanese special agencies in Hong Kong searched and captured Chinese patriots and cultural celebrities who were stranded in Hong Kong. More than 800 people such as Mao Dun, Zou Tao, and Cai Cai had sought to protect themselves and had hidden their trails. Chiang Kai-shek issued an order to kill Zou Tao and others, and the situation was extremely serious. The leader of the Dongjiang guerrillas, Ye Weiqiang, entered Hong Kong. Hong Kong’s panhandle put forward the condition of “one gold bar, one head, and only a few heads don’t look at life and death”. All this was tracked by Zhu Ying, the military commissar of the Hong Kong Special Rapporteur.