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野犬與貓咪
The Little One
Director: Tam Wai-ching

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2012
Duration 30’ 00”
Colour Colour & B/W
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format Digital Betacam
Synopsis She is a domestic kitten without a friend and under long-term manipulation by her mother. He is a homeless dingo, with Oedipus complex and loss his father’s love. When these two hearts of brother and sister without kinship come across, they develop a relationship not accepted by people caused by the missing pieces. The disclosure makes brother a scapegoat for his lover who killed his father. But they forget the reasons they come together, just because of their inborn selfish and aspiration.
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Remarks shared after Festival visit


“Take part in the Film Festival can broaden our horizons, so that we understand the local film culture, and people around the world deepen our own views and opinions on the film. I think it is useful to local film students or makers to broaden their horizons. At the same time, we know and make friends with local film makers and students. I think the Hong Kong art Center should provide more chance for local film makers and film students to join the festival from all over the world. Because the film makers and film students should know their limitation in Hong Kong. As we know, there are lots of film festivals in the world, you don't go outside, you never know about how your own film is. The filmmakers would give you many good comments and you can meet some famous director and got many things from their shooting experience.”

— Shared by Tam Wai-ching, director of The Little One after attending 16th Tel-Aviv International Student Film Festival in Israel, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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