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Korean Premiere
World Cinema - Fiction

Memories to Choke On, Drinks to Wash Them Down

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Director_ LEUNG Ming Kai, Kate REILLY
 
Hong Kong 2019 78min DCP color feature Fiction 15
Review

The film features four short stories, offers a diverse viewpoint of the past, present, and future of Hong Kong. Forbidden City tells a story about the protagonist’s grandmother who relocated to Hong Kong from mainland China and that of maid who came from Indonesia to Hong Kong ten years ago. Forbidden City addresses the identity issue of Hong Kongers. Toy Stories follows brothers who revisit a toy store with their childhood memories, telling us about microhistory of Hong Kong. Yuen Yeung shows us foods of Hong Kong such as Yuen Yeung milk tea, rice noodle roll, and Hong Kong style French toast and tells us stories about lovers who meet and part. It´s not gonna be fun is a documentary following a woman who runs for a district council seat after the pro-democracy protests and talks about the future of politics in Hong Kong. [MOON Seok]

CREDIT
  • DirectorLEUNG Ming Kai, Kate REILLY
  • ProducerLEUNG Ming Kai, Kate REILLY
  • ScriptLEUNG Ming Kai, Kate REILLY
  • CinematographyDerek SIU Hing Wa, LEUNG Ming Kai
  • Production DesignJack NG Yui Hang, Fabia WONG
  • MusicTimothy LEUNG Lok Tin
  • EditorMarcus C.W. CHAN, LEUNG Ming Kai, Kate REILLY
  • SoundBone CHAN
CastLEONG Cheok Mei, Mia MUNGIL, Zeno KOO, LAM Yiu Sing, Gregory WONG, Kate REILLY, LAM Sin Tung
FILM SOURCE
LEUNG Ming Kai, Kate REILLY │ mingkaileung@gmail.com, reillykate@gmail.com
DIRECTOR
LEUNG Ming Kai
 
He studied film at Columbia University. He directed films including Three Boys (2007) which won the top prize Gold Award at the Hong Kong Independent Film and Video Awards.
Kate REILLY
 
American actor and filmmaker. In New York, she performed with experimental theatre group Polybe + Seats and wrote and performed live comedy. Reilly stars in the short film Lock (2007), official selection of Tribeca Film Festival, directed by LEUNG Ming Kai.
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