[Updated on 7/1/2020] For audience who are not able to attend the stated screening due to transportation situation, please contact PUTYOURSELF.in by sending an email to email@example.com by 13/1/2020 (Mon), with your unused e-tickets for Beyond The Dream (1/1 (Wed) 7:45pm) screening for the refund process. A handling fee of 10% of ticket price per refunded ticket will be charged by PUTYOURSELF.in.
Screening arrangement on Golden Scene Selection January: Beyond The Dream (1/1 (Wed) 7:45pm):
Screening of Beyond The Dream tonight, 1/1 (Wed) 7:45pm, will be held as scheduled.
For audience who are not able to attend the screening due to transportation situation, please keep the unused e-tickets and the refund arrangement would be announced later.
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- The duration of the screening will be around 120 min, with a 20-30 min after-screening discussion. The programme will be ended at around 10:15pm.
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Taiwanese director Tom Lin (Starry Starry Night, Zinnia Flower) adapts Malaysian writer Tan Twan Eng’s Man Booker Prize-nominated novel into this elegant, star-studded drama about memory, loss and the art of gardening. After her retirement, former judge Yun Ling goes to the Cameron Highlands to write her memoirs. In the process, she remembers her time in a Japanese civilian internment camp during World War II and a promise she made to her late sister to build a Japanese garden at the family home. Despite her resentment towards the Japanese, Yun Ling becomes an apprentice under Aritomo, who was the Japanese emperor’s gardener before moving to Malaysia.
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.
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.
In 2011, Lai Chi-wai – one of the top rock climbers in Asia – lost everything when a motorcycle accident took away his ability to walk. Rather than succumbing to his fate, Lai found his own way of scaling those dizzying peaks again. With his second feature, Nick Leung offers a remarkable change of pace, eschewing the macabre humour of his debut Get Outta Here for an inspiring and touching tale about how a human being overcomes adversity. Featuring a career-best performance from Alex Lam as the wheelchair-bound athlete, this incredible fact-based story is a rousing tribute to Hong Kong’s never-say-die spirit.
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Co-Presenters: Hong Kong Arts Centre, Golden Scene Company Limited