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Film Review: Till We Meet Again 生前約死後 (2019) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: Till We Meet Again 生前約死後 (2019) - Hong Kong

Till We Meet Again 生前約死後 (2019) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   There is something lingering and beautiful behind popular TV actor Steven Ma turned director, screenwriter and star in “Till We Meet Again”. It is not the usual commercial film experience as it is very much a personal project about his own struggles with grief, depression and dealing with lost. It is the kind of film that is constantly a difficult watch and often cloying to some audience in the way of its pacing, but it’s depiction of mental illness is extremely...

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38HKFA Coverage: Men on the Dragon 逆流大叔 (2018) - Hong Kong

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38HKFA Coverage: Men on the Dragon 逆流大叔 (2018) - Hong Kong

38HKFA Coverage: Men on the Dragon 逆流大叔 (2018) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) as part of 38th Hong Kong Film AwardsLocal Hong Kong film production about Hong Kong stories will always have an advantage in the current reviewer mindset. New Director Sunny Chan (long time screenwriter for “Love Undercover” series) crafted a bittersweet tale of middle aged crisis shaped within an underdog sporting spirit in the form of dragon boat competition. It is more about the personality and lives of these middle aged men played expertly by the versatile Francis Ng (Best Actor...

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Film Review: Distinction 非同凡響 (2018) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: Distinction 非同凡響 (2018) - Hong Kong

Distinction 非同凡響 (2018) - Hong Kong     Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   There is a lot to think about, inspire about, ponder about and evaluate about in “Trivisa” Director Jevons Au’s latest effort in “Distinction”, also opening film of the Hong Kong Kids International Film Festival. The film goes deep, dwells in the real human emotions and nature in telling a story not often told about in Hong Kong, special education students and those that take great care of them - the families, the teachers, the peers. It goes without saying that Hong Kong is...

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