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6th March
Director: Chun Wong


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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2011
Duration 30’ 00”
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Drama (Fiction)
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Since returning to Chinese sovereignty from the UK in 1997, Hong Kong has seen an increase in wealth disparity and a decline of human rights and freedom. On 6th March 2011, 113 protesters were arrested for “Unlawful Assembly” after they stormed the traffic lanes of Central during a demonstration against the budget proposal.

Protesters were placed in the canteen of the police station for questioning in groups due to inadequate rooms.

Three protesters and three police officers, six people with different political views sitting around the table. The copy machine is out of order; it’s going to be a long night. So they started chatting.
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"Filmmakers can refresh themselves with new ideas and have productive brainstorming when they are abroad. I think, apart from direct production support, NAE also provides a very effective platform for supporting new filmmakers to continue their productions and breakthroughs."

— Shared by Chun Wong, director of 6th March, after attending the 49th Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival, 2012 Kaohsiung Film Festival in Taiwan, Festival Paris Cinema 2012 and Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival 2013 in France, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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