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積雲
Piled Cloud
Director: Wong Cheuk-man

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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2017
Duration 24'59
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Dong seems detached from this city. He used to be a sailor, who scarcely return to his family in Hong Kong. He lives alone in Sai Wan. One day, a film student Yang from Beijing came by and subleased one of Dongʻs room. Since then, Dong shares a new stage of life with another outsider.
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Remarks shared after Festival


“South Taiwan Film
Festival has adopted a remarkable curatorial value. They are putting a lot
focus on humanity perspectives, other than on the completeness and entertaining
elements of works and they are also concerning for the modern society
development. I have met the organizer of the festival and he really supports
Hong Kong Independent films.. [More]
“South Taiwan Film
Festival has adopted a remarkable curatorial value. They are putting a lot
focus on humanity perspectives, other than on the completeness and entertaining
elements of works and they are also concerning for the modern society
development. I have met the organizer of the festival and he really supports
Hong Kong Independent films. Besides, I have met some of the new independent
directors in Taiwan and I got to know about their working and creation
environment. Generally, people would like to see works with really high level
of completion and directors with well-developed skills and experience. However,
it is really interesting that this festival is welcoming greenhorns and diversity
and is so open to criticism.”





— Shared by Wong Cheuk-man, director of Piled Cloud after attending the South Taiwan Film Festival in Taiwan under the sponsorship of NAE.
“The
discussion section after screening lasted for an hour. Our topics included but
not limited to film narration, filming style, Hong Kong present creative
industry and mode of film co-production. Some audience even proposed that good
movie does not necessarily need to have political elements.. [More]
“The
discussion section after screening lasted for an hour. Our topics included but
not limited to film narration, filming style, Hong Kong present creative
industry and mode of film co-production. Some audience even proposed that good
movie does not necessarily need to have political elements. This direct and
objective discussion is really a blast to my mind. Reflecting to the
post-screening discussion in Hong Kong, it is mostly one-way and passive. I
hope that in the near future, audience in Hong Kong could have this kind of in-depth
discussion. “





— Shared by Wong Cheuk-man, director of Piled Cloud after attending the
Five Flavours Film Festival in Warsaw, Poland under the sponsorship of NAE.

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