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Films & Schedules - HONG KONG

DEAREST

Fri, Feb 13, 2015
at 8:15 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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Sun, Feb 15, 2015
at 6:30 PM (Fox Tower)
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DEAREST

DIRECTOR: PETER HO-SUN CHAN - HONG KONG

Based on a true story, Dearest is about the sensitivity, complexity, and indelible pain of child abduction. The lives of Shenzhen residents Wen-jun and his ex-wife Xiao-juan are thrown into turmoil when their young son goes missing. They join a support group active in exposing child abduction rings and, enduring several years of false-sightings and scams, finally find their son living with a foster mother. But their troubles are far from over. With delicacy and nuance, Chan explores the lasting guilt of having ‘lost’ a child; the difficulty of reintegration, and the discovery that an adopted child has been abducted....

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THE GOLDEN ERA

Sun, Feb 8, 2015
at 7 PM (Roseway Theater)
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Wed, Feb 11, 2015
at 6:30 PM (Fox Tower)
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THE GOLDEN ERA

DIRECTOR: ANN HUI - HONG KONG

Selected as the closing night film at the Venice Film Festival, Hui’s modernist biopic tells the epic tale of Manchurian essayist and novelist Xiao Hong (1909–1941), one of the most radical and controversial Chinese female writers of the early twentieth century and an iconic historical figure. The film’s title signals the irony of the era through which Hong lived, one of the most turbulent times in Chinese history featuring a seismic shift from dynastic imperial rule to a modern state history. Through all this, Hong survives poverty, family chaos, the Japanese invasion in the 1930s, and post-war trauma. Hui’s...

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