Former Macau police officer Leong Kiang Fai has been tracking the head of a fraud gang who escaped three years ago. He believes this case could lead to his own redemption, but the truth is torturing his heart. What does redemption really mean? The story of Nobody Nose was adapted from three renowned novels set in Macau by local writers: Cowardly by Tai Pi, Have a Change of Luck by Joe Tang and Broken Line by Eric Chau.
47-year-old director Kong Rui Liang resides in his native China. A veteran filmmaker, cinema and television production has been Kong’s only job. Since 1999 he has been mainly engaged as a TV advertising director. In 2018, he directed the film Nobody Nose, a Macau–Mainland co-production.
Screenwriter Li Hong, aged 41, was born in China. He is a senior advertising copywriter, working as a creative director in several 4A advertising companies. He worked on the television advertisement for Sceneway City, which won the International Advertising Mobi Award. In 2008, he set up a studio for film-making, planning, talent-training, and scriptwriting for film and TV. He has provided programmes for Guangdong Radio, Guangdong TV, CCTV6 and PPTV. In 2016, he participated in Ning Hao’s film Bad Monkey 72 Changes as head of script coordination and adaptation. That same year he worked as a screenwriter for Nobody Nose.