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SLEEP WALK SLEEP TALK - Open House & Art X Late Night Series 2022: movie dream

Venue: Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre 
Date: 2022.06.25
Price: Screening Standard ticket price: HKD85. Tickets are now available at POPTICKET. 
Screening programmes:
25/6/2022  3:15pm CLEO
25/6/2022  8:15pm SLEEP
Hong Kong Arts Centre Open House & Late Night Series 2022
- “Sleep Walk, Sleep Talk”

We sleep, we dream. Novel journeys await us in our sleep. Some of them could be fantastical, some of them could be realistic. No matter what kind of dream it is, we could experience them – we could walk, we could talk. After waking up, we no longer stay in the same scenario but in a different, more dimensional world called reality. However, we still walk, we still talk. This year, the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s Open House & Late Night Series presents a multi-disciplinary experience “Sleep Walk; Sleep Talk” . We welcome two different cinematic journeys in sleep - CLEO, if I could turn back time, and SLEEP, it turns out the nightmares.

CLICK HERE for the PROGRAMMES of SLEEP WALK SLEEP TALK - Open House & Art X Late Night Series 2022


CLEO Trailer German with English subtitles (2019) from Seven Elephants GmbH on Vimeo.

Screening Programme 1   Please CLICK HERE to BUY YOUR TICKETS
Germany | 2019 | 99’ | In German with English subtitles | Colour
Director: Erik Schmitt
Cast: Marleen Lohse, Jeremy Mockridge, Heiko Pinkowski, Maximilian Mauff, Andrea Sawatzki, Jean Pütz, Fabian Busch, Gwendolyn Göbel

Awards: Karel Zeman Award Zlin 2019
Festivals: Berlinale 2019, Shanghai 2019, Zlin 2019, Melbourne 2019, Heartland IFF 2019, Sao Paulo 2019, Black Nights Tallinn 2019
25/6/2022  3:15pm

The imaginative Cleo (Marleen Lohse) feels a very special kind of affinity for her home town of Berlin. But her deepest desire is to be able to turn back time – with the aid of a magic clock which was stolen during a robbery in the 1920s and has been missing ever since. She hopes that the clock might help her undo the death of her parents. One day, she meets the adventurer Paul (Jeremy Mockridge) who is living on a houseboat and had recently bought a treasure map at an auction. Cleo is bursting with tension – might the map lead to the treasure she is dreaming of? Cleo and Paul set off together on an adventurous trip through the pulsating city. They meet crazy characters, lovable figures, Berlin myths and urban legends. When they arrive in Berlin's dark underground at the end of their quest, Cleo is confronted by the most important question of all: should she want to turn back time in the first place?


Screening Programme 2   Please CLICK HERE to BUY YOUR TICKETS

Germany | 2020 | 102’ | In German with English subtitles | Colour
Director: Michael Venus
Cast: Gro Swante Kohlhof, Sandra Hüller, August Schmölzer, Marion Kracht, Max Hubacher, Martina Schöne Radunski, Katharina Behrens, Agata Buzek, Andreas Anke, Benjamin Heinrich, Josefin Schäferhoff, Samuel Weiss

Special Mention, ToHorror Fantastic Film Festival Torino, Italy (2020)
Audience Award for Best Feature, Anomaly – The Rochester Genre Film Festival, USA (2020)

25/6/2022  8:15pm

The idyllic village of Stainbach is being haunted by a mysterious demon. It turns out that the nightmares of Marlene (Sandra Hüller) are responsible for the dark events. She is driving some of the inhabitants of the village insane during her terrible dreams. When she discovers her nightmares are about a real place, she tracks down the village of Stainbach to get to the bottom of the mystery. There, she learns about the consequence of her dreams and suffers a nervous breakdown. Soon after, she is admitted to a psychiatric ward. Her daughter, Mona (Gro Swantje Kohlhof), journeys to Stainbach to find out the reason for her mother’s breakdown and the demonic nightmares she suffered from. She comes into contact with the peculiar villagers and discovers the dark history hidden within the quiet village. Perhaps the nightmare isn’t the demon that threatens the town after all, but rather – the past.


Organised by: Hong Kong Arts Centre
Special Thanks: Goethe-Institut Hongkong

Programmes are subject to change without prior notice.

The following measures will be implemented for screenings, to combat the prevailing threat of Novel Coronavirus:
  • All audience must wear face masks and comply with the requirements and restrictions announced by the Government
  • No smoking, eating and drinking. Unauthorised photo-taking, audio and/or video recording is strictly forbidden
  • Staff have the right to deny the admission of any person with temperature higher than 37.5°C

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