My A grade in A-Level Film Studies may suggest I know what I’m talking about... I do not.
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An inspiring tale of fighting against injustice and the power of young people in inciting real change; it’s reminiscent of the young people that organised the Black Lives Matter protests in my home city of Manchester in 2020. Evocative and moving, this documentary sheds light on Hong Kong’s political state whilst making it digestible enough for those less clued up on the issue (myself - although less so after watching the film). Power to the people.
FREE JOSHUA WONG, AGNES CHOW AND IVAN LAM.
A truly bizarre and captivating narrative with this documentary acting as closure to decades of pain and anguish at the hands of a narcissist. The film’s seemingly raw, unfiltered interviews are intriguing, with the subjects unafraid to get uncomfortable and express their true feelings. The original footage is mesmerising, though left me longing for an actual release of the film - I like to think this is intentional and is a true testament to the talent behind it.