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Memory
Director: Cheung Ka-yung, Lee Chak-hin

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2012
Duration 3’ 12”
Colour Colour
Language No dialogue with English subtitles
Genre 3D Animation
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis There was an old man who went to Hong Kong History Museum to see the tram. He sits on the driver's seat, trying to have a taste of driving tram again, after his retirement from a tram driver years ago. Suddenly, the museum's wall cracked, and the tram started moving. As the tram travelled, the old man became younger, and more and more passengers appeared. He cherishes his tram very much. After he has completed his work every day, the man cleans up the body of the tram. He also sticks a unique logo on to the tram. One day, when he was driving a tram, the buildings next to the tram gradually disappears. After then the tram has travelled for some distance, a lot of buss overtake the tram from behind. New buildings also appear to replace the older. Finally, the last tram which is driven by the man disappeared, and the man wakes up from his memory.
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Remarks shared after Festival visit


“Thanks to this festival, I have had the chance to meet many foreign directors. I learnt to focus on the story when we are making a film. I learnt a great deal from these people, while the festival taught me how powerful the media truly is.”

— Shared by Cheung Ka-yung, director of Memory, after attending the 8th International Youth Media Summit 2013 in Serbia, under the sponsorship of NAE.

“NAEHK is a project good for the development of creative industries. After this program, I think NAEHK can introduce local creative talents to global audience, broaden the talents' scope in short film filmmaking and appreciation, and promote Hong Kong short films locally and abroad. However, I think NAEHK should publicity more to let more people to know about this project.”

— Shared by Lee Chak-hin, director of Memory, after attending the 15th Seoul International Youth Film Festival, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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