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Ray Yeung

05.09 Galeries 21:30
Fiction . 92' . Hong Kong . 2019 . YUE / ST : EN/FR/NL

Deze film werd geselecteerd voor de Berlinale – Berlin IFF 2020 (Panorama) en Busan IFF 2019 (A Window on Asian Cinema)

Pak is een 70-jarige taxichauffeur die samenwoont met zijn vrouw. Hoi, gescheiden, woont met zijn vrome christelijke zoon en zijn familie. De twee mannen, die hun hele leven lang hun seksuele identiteit hebben verborgen, ontmoeten elkaar toevallig in de straten van Hongkong. Als Pak en Hoi verliefd worden, overwegen ze samen een mogelijke toekomst.

 

STARRING

Tai Bo

Ben Yuen

Patra Au Ga Man

Lo Chun Yip

Kong To

Lam Yiu Sing

WRITER

Ray Yeung

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY

Ming Kai Leung

SOUND

Dominic Yip

SOUND DESIGN

Nip Kei Wing, Chan Chi Yeung

MUSIC

Veronica Lee

FILM EDITING

William Chang Suk Ping

Nose Chan

 

PRODUCTION

New Voice Film Productions

DISTRIBUTION

Films Boutique (sales)

Ray Yeung

Director Ray Yeung

Ray Yeung is a director, an artistic director and a University of Columbia alumnus. Ray Yeung’s first feature film, CUT SLEEVE BOYS, premiered at the Rotterdam International Film Festival in 2005. The film won Best Feature at the Outfest Fusion Festival in Los Angeles and Best Actor for Chowee Leow at the Madrid Lesbian and Gay Film Festival. Ray’s second feature, FRONT COVER premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival 2015, and was in Competition at the Chicago International Film Festival. It was the Closing Film for the Asian American International Film Festival in New York in 2016. FRONT COVER won Best Screenplay at the FilmOut San Diego LGBT Film Festival, Jury Award for Best Domestic Feature at the Outflix Film Festival in Memphis and Audience Award at the Boston Asian American Film Festival. Ray has also written and directed eight short films. YELLOW FEVER, which won Best Short at the Madrid Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, A BRIDGE TO THE PAST, which was commissioned by the London Arts Council and PAPER WRAP FIRE, which won Best Short at the New Hampshire Film Festival. Ray has also directed two plays, which were staged in London and Hong Kong: BANANA SKIN, written by Ray, and THE THIRD SEX, written by his long-time collaborator Chowee Leow. Ray is a Columbia University MFA graduate. He is the Chairman of the Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Festival since 2000.

FILMOGRAPHY

2005 : CUT SLEEVE BOYS (fiction)

2008 : DOGGY… DOGGY (short)

2009 : HOMECOOKING (short)

2010 : DEREK AND LUCAS (short)

2011 : ENTWINE (short)

2015 : FRONT COVER (fiction)

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