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June 2023

Focus Hong Kong returns to The Garden Cinema in London for two acclaimed films examining contemporary Hong Kong

Join Focus Hong Kong at The Garden Cinema in June to experience two classics of contemporary Hong Kong cinema on the big screen. The short programme features two very different but equally fascinating looks at Hong Kong since the 1997 Handover, including Leung Ming-kai and Kate Reilly’s Memories to Choke On, Drinks to Wash Them Down, an anthology mixing the personal and the political through four gently provocative stories of everyday people, and Fruit Chan’s searing, challenging 1997 masterpiece Made in Hong Kong, a shocking, violent look at Handover-era Hong Kong youth.

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Made in Hong Kong

Fruit Chan’s 1997 masterpiece takes a searing look at urban alienation and despair in Handover-era Hong Kong