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Kin had suffered hair loss since Pauline left him on the eve of Hong Kong's handover in 1997. What did he miss when he bumped into her after 20 years?
Hong Kong, 2018, Chang See-wan, Chan Kwun-chung, Wong Tsz-yin, 6 min
At the annual family dinner, siblings gather to show their care for their mother. All seems well, but simmering tensions overshadow the dining table.
Hong Kong, 2022, Szeto Ka-wing, 30 min
Is there a correct way to hold chopsticks? Two siblings argue about the importance of table manners.
Hong Kong, 2022, Nepoleon Lee, 6 min
3 Generations 3 Days
Ching needs to move her grandmother into a care home in three days. She learns her grandmother's story in the three days they spend together and considers how the past has shaped her emotionally distant mother.
Hong Kong, 2019, Chu Hoi-ying, 21 min
A white American woman teaching English is keen to try Hong Kong’s culinary delights. A local economics teacher is her guide. Unspoken feelings and subtleties lost in translation fill their food adventures…
Hong Kong, 2019, Leung Ming-kai, Kate Reilly, 26 min
About the curators
Philip Ho, Aston Law and Vicgina Law, three Hong Kong-born Chinese, came together in 2022 after moving to London. They crossed paths in search of their Hong Kong heritage and decided to celebrate their homeland with the things they miss the most — food and cinema, which they agree are ideal for opening conversations and bringing strangers together.
Explore the rest of this five-part cinema programme curated by up-and-coming film curators and teams who all took part in the second Emerging Film Curators Lab at the Barbican in June 2022.