Golden Scene Selection ─ October

Venue: Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre 
Date: 2020.10.09 - 2020.10.13
Price: Standard ticket: $80. Tickets are now available at 
"Golden Scene Selection", proudly presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre (HKAC) and Golden Scene Company Limited, will bring the audience a series of cherry-picked selections from around the world at the HKAC.
Screening Schedule
9/10 (Fri) 8pm   Beyond The Dream*
10/10 (Sat) 2:15pm   Misbehaviour
10/10 (Sat) 5:15pm   Memories To Choke On, Drinks To Wash Them Down*
10/10 (Sat) 8:30pm   Memories To Choke On, Drinks To Wash Them Down*
11/10 (Sun) 3pm   I Still Believe
11/10 (Sun) 7pm   Misbehaviour
12/10 (Mon) 8pm   Suk Suk* 
13/10 (Tue) 8pm   My Prince Edward*
*with after-screening discussion (conducted in Cantonese).
Tickets are now available at
The following measures will be implemented for Golden Scene Selection screenings, to combat the prevailing threat of Novel Coronavirus:
- All audience must wear face masks
- Cinema staff have the right to deny the admission of any person with temperature higher than 37.5°C 
Beyond The Dream
Director: Kiwi Chow
Cast: Terrance Lau, Cecilia Choi
Hong Kong | 2019 | 120’ | In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour
9/10 (Fri) 8pm*
*Director Kiwi Chow will attend the after-screening talk (conducted in Cantonese). 
Lok (Terrance Lau) is a recovering schizophrenic who yearns for love. One day, he encounters the young and beautiful Yan (Cecilia Choi) and quickly falls in love with her. Just when he struggles whether to tell her about his illness, he has a relapse and becomes delusional. Little does he know that she’s a psychological counselor who has a hidden agenda. The pair develops a relationship that is beyond their wildest dreams.
Director: Philippa Lowthorpe
Cast : Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Jessie Buckley, Keeley Hawes, Phyllis Logan, Lesley Manville, Rhys Ifans, Greg Kinnear
United Kingdom | 2020 | 106’ | In English with Chinese subtitles | DCP | Colour
10/10 (Sat) 2:15pm  
11/10 (Sun) 7pm  
In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women’s Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.
Memories to Choke On, Drinks to Wash Them Down
Directors: Leung Ming Kai, Kate Reilly
Cast: Leong Cheok Mei, Mia Mungil, Zeno Koo, Lam Yiu Sing, Kate Reilly, Gregory Wong, Jessica Lam Sin-tung
Hong Kong | 2019 | 77’ | In Cantonese and English with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour
10/10 (Sat) 5:15pm*
*Director Kate Reilly will attend the after-screening discussion (conducted in Cantonese).    
10/10 (Sat) 8:30pm*
*Directors Leung Ming Kai and Kate Reilly will attend the after-screening discussion (conducted in Cantonese).    
Bittersweet stories of Hong Kongers contending with nostalgia and an uncertain future give way to a comical documentary assault on sentiment.
Two immigrant Hong Kong women – one from mainland China, one from Indonesia – live together in a little village. Together, they undertake an epic journey to the big city.
Brothers return to their working-class neighborhood for one last hangout in their mother’s toy store. With new responsibilities looming, they take refuge in childhood memories.
A local economics teacher and a “native English-speaking teacher” from the States spend one school year crisscrossing Hong Kong. As they say goodbye, they recall their earnest contemplation of after-school snacks.
A young barista and music-video star puts aside her many interests to run for district council. She fights both a pro-establishment incumbent and her own disdain for human interaction.
I Still Believe
Director: Jon Erwin, Andrew Erwin
Cast: KJ APA, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, Gary Sinise
USA | 2020’ | 116’ | In English with Chinese subtitles | DCP | Colour
11/10 (Sun) 3pm 
One love can change your life. One life can change the world. From the creators of I Can Only Imagine comes an inspiring love story for the ages. Rediscover the wonder of love in I STILL BELIEVE, based on the real-life story of chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp.
Starring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, and Gary Sinise, I STILL BELIEVE is directed by The Erwin Brothers, from a screenplay by Jon Erwin & Jon Gunn, based on the book by Jeremy Camp, and produced by Kevin Downes, John Erwin, and Andrew Erwin.
I STILL BELIEVE is a powerful reminder that in the midst of life’s storms, true hope can be found.
Suk Suk
Director: Ray Yeung
Cast: Tai Bo, Ben Yuen, Patra Au, Lo Chun-Yip
Hong Kong | 2019 | 92’ | In Cantonese with English subtitles | DCP | Colour
12/10 (Mon) 8pm*
*Director Ray Yeung will attend the after-screening talk (conducted in Cantonese).
SUK SUK presents the story of two closeted married men in their twilight years.
One day PAK, 70, a taxi driver who refuses to retire, meets HOI, 65, a retired single father, in a park. Despite years of societal and personal pressure, they are proud of the families they have created through hard work and determination. Yet in that brief initial encounter, something is unleashed in them which had been suppressed for so many years. As both men recount and recall their personal histories, they also contemplate a possible future together.
SUK SUK studies the subtle day-to-day moments of two men as they struggle between conventional expectations and personal desires.
My Prince Edward
Director: Norris Wong
Cast: Stephy Tang, Chu Pak Hong, Paw Hee Ching, Jin Kaiji, Eman Lam, Hui So Ying, Kaki Sham
Hong Kong | 2019 | 91’ | In Cantonese and Putonghua (in parts) with Chinese and English subtitles, supports Cantonese Audio Description | DCP | Colour
13/10 (Tue) 8pm*
*Director Norris Wong and actor Bryant Mak will attend the after-screening talk (conducted in Cantonese).
“My Prince Edward” supports Cantonese Audio Description, for details, please call 25820248 for further information.
My Prince Edward is set in Prince Edward district’s Golden Plaza, a shopping mall in Hong Kong best known for bridal shops and cheap wedding supplies. Fong (Stephy Tang) is a clerk at one such bridal shop. She has been with Edward (Chu Pak Hong), the owner of a wedding photography shop in the same mall, for seven years. Everyone sees Edward as Fong’s Prince Charming, destined to head to the altar. The problem is that Fong must first sort out the sham marriage that she was paid to take part in years ago before she can get married for real.
Tickets are now available at
Ticket price: $80 / 64*
*20% discount for full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and the minder. Concessionary ticket holders must produce evidence of their identity or age upon admission.
*20% off for each purchase of 4 or more standard tickets.
For admission, audience must present the QR code (either in electric or printed version) shown on the e-ticket at the venue.
Ticketing enquiry: (Office hour: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm)
Programme enquiry: 2582 0248
Co-presenters: Hong Kong Arts Centre & Golden Scene Company Limited

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