【Programme Postponement】Great Hong Kong Movies: An Autumn’s Tale
In views of current situation and to minimise the spread of the novel coronavirus, Great Hong Kong Movies: An Autumn’s Tale programme on 26 February 2020, 8pm will be postponed. The postponed dates and details will be announced later. Audience with purchased tickets, please follow the below procedures for refund application:
1. Please complete and sign to confirm the Refund Application Form, and post the completed and signed Refund Application Form and the original tickets within the stipulated period to Hong Kong Arts Centre:
Programme Dept - Moving Images Team
Hong Kong Arts Centre
8/F, 2 Harbour Road,
Wan Chai, Hong Kong
2. All refund application must be submitted on or before 28 February 2020. Any refund application with postmark later than the stated deadline or applications submitted with other methods would not be accepted.
3. Please retain a photocopy of the completed and signed Refund Application Form, as well as the scanned copies of the original tickets (both front and back) for record and future reference. Should any original copies of the above documents be lost or the applicant fails to provide the above for reference or prove, the refund will not be processed.
Thank you for your understanding.
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26/2 (Wed) 8pm*
*With after-screening discsusion (conducted in Cantonese).Best Film, Best Screenplay (Alex Law) & Best Cinematography (James Hayman, David Chung), 7th Hong Kong Film Awards
Beautiful and spoiled Lee Kay goes to college in New York City and also to visit her boyfriend Dickson. The one to meet her at the airport is a distant relative Boat Head. Unluckily, Kay is shocked to find out that Dickson has a new girlfriend. In her depression she begins to cloister up herself. One day at home, Kay is saved by Boat Head from her suicide Under Boat Head's care and guidance, Kay gradually adopts herself to new surounding. An autumn approach, Kay accepts a new job in another city. Boat Head comes to see her off. Neither of them makes explicit their feelings, but they know they will always have a beautiful memory to fall back on.