Since the summer of 2019, Hong Kong has been going through one of the toughest periods of its history due to a political movement sparked by the government’s controversial extradition bill and the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the globe. Director and visual artist Anson Mak invites three local artists, who are also parents—performing artist and district councillor Clara Cheung, political comic artist Justin Wong and writer Cheung Yuen-man—to share their stories regarding the notion of fear. The film also examines how art responds to social unrest as well as innermost feelings and thoughts.
|* 07/11 5:05PM||PREMIERE ELEMENTS|
|* 10/11 7:40PM||Broadway The ONE|