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Director: Ng Chak-hang


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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2012
Duration 4’8”
Colour Colour
Language No dialogue and subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Throughout our lives, we learn by imitating other people. Children imitate the behaviour of adults. Every saying, clothing, reading material, and habit penetrates into our everyday lives, slowly and surely turning you and I into the same assembly-line product.
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Remarks shared after Festival visit

“The main focus of the festival is the youth in film from different countries. In my view, the festival was well organised and I am glad to meet people from different part of the world. I have got to know many different people of varied culture background. Most of the videos are well produced and stories are told from a unique point of view.

The short film culture in Singapore is quite similar to that of Hong Kong, yet so many minor details have made us so different. For instance, Singaporeans are more proud of their country whereas Hong Kong people are still troubled by our own identities and political issues. My being in this international film festival has allowed me to understand how much does culture cause differences among one another.”

—Shared by Ng Chak-hang, director of Molding, after attending the Asian Film Focus 2016 in Singapore, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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