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Film StarCast: Tony Ka Fai Leung, Dawei Tong, Dongyu Zhou, Jiajia Deng.
Film Released: 15 Apr 2016 .
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Lost in White (Chinese: 冰河追凶) is a 2016 Chinese activity wrongdoing secret thriller film coordinated by Xu Wei. It was discharged in China on April 15, 2016.
Tony Leung Ka-fai
White was conceived as Eirene Botting to guardians Cecil and Christine Botting. She later took her mom’s original last name, White. Her dad taught Greek and Latin at St. Paul’s School. She was sanctified through water in the Protestant Church of England however changed over to Roman Catholicism at 9 years old when her dad changed over. She battled with religion and did not feel that she fitted in with alternate young ladies at her school, large portions of whom were from high society Catholic families. She went to the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Roehampton (later Woldingham School, Surrey). 
In spite of the fact that she is recognized as an innovator author, she built up a horrendous trepidation of composing after a misconception when she was 15. She had been taking a shot at what was setting off to her first novel, which was to be a present for her dad. She needed to astound him with a book about devilish individuals whose lives are changed as they find religion. She endeavored to give an itemized depiction of the insidious characters, at the same time, as a result of her absence of experience, she was not able portray their evil but to say that they “Enjoyed anonymous indecencies”. The story was discovered unfinished by authorities at her Catholic school and she was then removed from the school without being given the chance to clarify her book. She depicts this occurrence similar to her most striking and terrible memory. “My heavenly blessing to my dad was completely my demise” she commented in a meeting. She didn’t start composing books again until 20 years after the fact, when her dad kicked the bucket.
After she was removed from the community at Roehampton, she went to St. Paul’s Girls’ School (the sister school to St Paul’s School where her dad taught), yet did not fit in there either. When she cleared out school she endeavored to wind up an on-screen character, yet was unsuccessful. She then composed for magazines and worked in publicizing, where she earned £250 a year advancing Mercolized wax. She put in nine years functioning as a marketing specialist in London and she additionally worked for the BBC as an interpreter. Antonia White’s interpretations of Colette’s “Claudine” books were perceived for their polish and intelligence and remain the standard messages today.