Golden Scene Selection Screens ‘Ten Years’ and Other Contemporary Masterpieces
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Seven cherry-picked films, including ‘Ten Years’, ‘Still Human’ and ‘Napping Kid’, will be screened at the Hong Kong Arts Centre throughout the Christmas season.
Golden Scene is a Hong Kong-based film distribution company founded in 1998 with the mission to expand Hong Kong’s cinema viewing culture and diversity. Since its inception, it has numerous award-winning productions under its belt.
Co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Golden Scene Company Limited, the December screenings include seven insightful films that present a spectrum of Asian narratives. Selected shows will feature after-screening talks and/or live music performances.
Films screened are Still Human (2018), which tells the story of an unlikely relationship between a paralysed, divorced man and his new live-in Filipino domestic helper who has put her dream on hold to earn a living in Hong Kong; A Family Tour (2018), which portrays a blacklisted Chinese film director’s family reunion under the strict control of a Chinese tour company; Napping Kid (2018), a mystery drama adapted from Hong Kong novelist Mannshin’s eponymous award-winning novel; Ten Years (2015), a mosaic film of five short stories by five young local directors who raise questions about pressing issues concerning the city; Ten Years Japan (2018) which speculates what Japan could be like ten years down the line; Ten Years Taiwan (2018), which comprises five visions of Taiwan ten years from now; as well as Ten Years Thailand (2018), another spin-off from its Hong Kong counterpart.