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Ten Years – LFF 2016 Review

Ten Years is made up of five short dystopian films by young Hong Kong directors. Each of the short films, set in 2025, work around issues within the society, such as language barriers between Mandarin and...
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Office – LFF Review

As an elevator pitch – Hong Kong musical corporate satire – Office takes some beating. Sadly, the result is less complex and less bonkers than that logline would suggest. There are some enjoyably quirky...

Women Who Flirt – Review

After the early 2014 success of Aberdeen, Pang Ho-cheung explores new frontiers in the mainland Chinese market in the humorous Women Who Flirt. Tomboyish Angie (Xun) chases the affections of her...

Blackhat – Review

Blackhat is that rarest of things: a thriller with an almost meditative pulse. The art of hacking is explored with a perfunctory and workmanlike rigour, as are the cast, let down by Foehl’s script. The...