Posts Tagged ‘Fruit Chan’
By Ackbar Abbas
In Fruit Chan’s Made in Hong Kong, disaffected youngsters embody historical promises unkept.
By Ariel Esteban Cayer
Fruit Chan’s Made in Hong Kong captures the realities of Hong Kong’s marginalized people with immediacy and urgency.
By Vivienne Chow
On Fruit Chan and Made in Hong Kong
Made in Hong Kong
Directed by Fruit Chan
Chan’s raw, atmospheric portrait of nihilistic youth and a city on the brink, following a high-school dropout who sees little hope for his future, was
the first independent film released in post-Handover Hong Kong. Newly restored!
Available through Sep 29
October 15, 2020
By Susanna T.
Chan talks about part one of his ”Handover Trilogy,“ Made in Hong Kong, in this talk that first appeared in Hong Kong Panorama 97-98.