The Scoundrels


The Main 3 Sun, Apr 14, 2019 9:45 PM
The Main 3 Wed, Apr 17, 2019 9:45 PM
The Main 3 Wed, Apr 24, 2019 9:15 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$15.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:North American Premiere
Programs:Dark Out
Asian Interest
Culture & Society
Release Year:2018
Runtime:105 min
Language:Chinese (Mandarin)
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Ablaze Image Limited
Director:Hung Tzu-Hsuan
Executive Producer:Jackie Wang
Producer:Lin Tien-Kuei
Hsu Kuo-Lun
Cinematographer:Chen Ko-Chin
Chen Chih-Hsuan
Screenwriter:Hung Tzu-Hsuan
Huang Chien-Ming
Editor:Wenders Li
Principal Cast:Kang Ren Wu
JC Lin
Hsin-Ying Hsieh
Nana Lee
Jack Kao
Frederick Lee


The April 12 screening at Capri Theater has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Hung Tzu-Hsuan makes a daring feature debut with his gangster thriller The Scoundrels. Centering on Ray (JC Lin), an ex-basketball player who left the game disgraced for fighting and now finds himself under the thumb of gangster kingpin Freddie. Barely scraping by, Ray works as a low level grunt in a stolen car ring while trying to prove to his girlfriend that he's moved beyond his scoundrel-like ways. Enter the Raincoat Robber (Wu Kang Ren) an infamous bank robber who has so far eluded the police. When Ray's path serendipitously crosses with the Raincoat Robber, they join as reluctant partners in a mutually desperate situation. As things spiral out of control with Ray on a collision course with both the police and his disgruntled boss, the plot keeps you guessing and the fists keep flying. A mano-a-mano masterpiece, The Scoundrels delivers high-octane neo-noir action with little pretext.

Director Biography

Hung Tzu-Hsuan

Tzu-Hsuan Hung is making his feature debut with The Scoundrels, a film he directed and based on his own original story. He is a graduate of Shih Hsin University and has been steadily rising in Taiwan's film industry since his debut.


"The Scoundrels is peppered with colorful performances and zips by so economically there's no time to register its flaws." - Hollywood Reporter