Hong Kong Trilogy: Preschooled Preoccupied Preposterous

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    Hong Kong Trilogy: Preschooled Preoccupied Preposterous

    Hoeng gong saam bou kuk

    Directed by

    Hong Kong

    2015

    85 min

    • English
    • Cantonese
    • Mandarin

    Documentary

    Toronto IFF - Contemporary

    Renowned cinematographer and artist Christopher Doyle celebrates Hong Kong and its people with this documentary-fiction hybrid that focuses on Hong Kong residents in their childhood, youth, and old age.

    Festivals

    Credits

    Cast
    Connie Ming Shan Yuen
    Thierry Chow
    Ching Man Lip
    Vodka Pak Hei Wong
    Pui Kit Chung
    ShanDong Zhang
    Wun To
    Siu Nam Ho
    Miso
    Yuk Ying Tam
    Siu Ling Tsui
    Ho Wah Cheung
    Lee Wang Yiu
    Screenplay
    Christopher Doyle
    Cinematography
    Christopher Doyle
    Editing
    AQ Lee
    Jinpo Yip
    Music
    Kevin Cheuk Chung Lau
    Sales
    STRAY DOGS
    Festival Bookings
    THE FESTIVAL AGENCY
    Production
    PICA PICA MEDIA LTD

    Press

    Almost every frame is ridiculously gorgeous.

    Michael Sicinski, Cinema Scope

    Christopher Doyle

    Christopher Doyle

    Australia

    Christopher Doyle was born in New South Wales, Australia and lives in Hong Kong. As a cinematographer, he has collaborated with Wong Kar-wai, Zhang Yimou, Jim Jarmusch, and Gus Van Sant. He directed the fiction feature AWAY WITH WORDS (1999) and the segment 'Porte de Choisy' in PARIS, JE T'AIME (2006), both of which played the Festival. HONG KONG TRILOGY: PRESCHOOLED PREOCCUPIED PREPOSTEROUS (2015), his first documentary feature as director, screened at Toronto IFF. THE WHITE GIRL (2017) is his latest film co-directed with Jenny Yuen which premiered at Singapore IFF.

    Selected Filmography