As the Ho Chung village in the New Territories prepares for village festivities, we are shown the life and times of an 80-year-old matriarch whose extended family reveals how, in the ’50s and ’60s, many locals scattered to Europe for work. It is also a story about one poor rural village and its transformation from tradition to modernity. Now, this tiny place has blood relations in France, Holland and the UK.
Director: Tsui-shan Jessey Tsang - 2014 - France - Hong-Kong - 97 minutes
Producer: 24images - River Vision Ltd - Hong Kong Arts Centre
- Hong Kong - International Film Festival (World Premiere)
- Vancouver - International Film Festival (International Premiere)
- Hamburg - International Film Festival (European Premiere)