Mr. Six is a 2015 Chinese police drama film directed by Guan Hu and written by Dong Runnian. It stars Feng Xiaogang, Zhang Hanyu, Xu Qing, Li Yifeng and Kris Wu. The film ended the 72nd Venice International Film Festival showing off the competition. Mr. Six was selected to appear in the Special Presentations section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.  Mr. Six was released on December 24, 2015 in China.
On November 22, 2015, Feng Xiaogang won the Best Actor Award at the 52nd Golden Horse Award for his performance on Mr. Six.
Six speaks of a 50-year-old street punk called "Mr. Six", who ruled the streets of Beijing as the neighborhood kingpin for many years. One day, he meets his son Xiaobo ("Little Bo") who is at odds with a well-connected young street racing gang leader, Xiaofei. Mr. Six comes forward to help defend him. He tries to pay off his son's debts by relying on old school rules and the help of his old friends. Although things do not go as expected, Mr. Six and his son are in serious trouble. Meanwhile, he is diagnosed with coronary artery disease. In his attempt to defend his principle, he wages war against the opposite group. The former members of Mr. Six's gang who are in different places come to join him where Mr. Six unfortunately died in the middle of the fight due to his terminal illnesses. In the end, the son is shown well and running an open-bar as he promised. His gang members are rescued from prison under the influence of their own group. The opposing gang leader was arrested after news of his corrupted family was revealed.
Feng Xiaogang as Mr. Six
Zhang Hanyu as Mensan'er (Scrapper)
Xu Qing as Hua Xiazi (Ms. Chatterbox)
Li Yifeng as Xiaobo / Bobby (Mr. Six's son)
Kris Wu as Xiaofei (Kris)
Liu Hua as Dengzhao'er (Lampshade)
Liang Jing as Dengzhao'er's wife
Wu Jinyan as Zheng Hong