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《三條窄路 Three Narrow Gates》

Online Film Screening

Date and Time:

Sat, Apr 10, 2021, 6:00 AM – Wed, Apr 14, 2021, 9:00 PM PDT

Language: Cantonese with English Subtitle

CAD$15 / Ticket

《三條窄路 Three Narrow Gates》

Leading actor- Dick Liu Kai Chi, a veteran actor known as "Uncle Zhi" who won two Golden Awards for supporting actor, was confirmed to have stomach cancer in December last year. He passed away at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Shatin on the evening of March 28 at the age of 66.

Hong Kong / 2008 /  105min

Director:Vincent Chui

Closing Film, Hong Kong Asian Independent Film Festival 2008

Film Synopsis

It has been ten years since the historical handover of Hong Kong from Britain to China. However, Hong Kong's progress toward democracy is still dis-satisfactory today while people in the society tend to play safe and be indifferent to the political environment.

 

6277 is a good-for-nothing who was kicked out from the police force due to his addiction to gambling and the subsequent debts, Eva is a green and aggressive woman magazine reporter who is eager for promotion. Mr. Ma is a pastor who is reproached for hosting a program on social commentary on the radio. The three have been unrelated until now that a murder in a law firm links them together, and leads them to unmask a scandal about some secret deals between the dominating business tycoons and the governments in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

The Bible says, "Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it (Mathew 7:14). "It is a long and difficult road to truths and justice. Could the three protagonists be conscious and determined enough to persevere in revealing the truth while people around them are either ignorant or indifferent?

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