Golden Scene Selection - August

Venue: Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre  
Date: 2021.08.25 - 2021.08.28
Price: Standard ticket: $80. Tickets are now available at  
Golden Scene and Hong Kong Arts Centre proudly present "Golden Scene Selection", showcasing the cherry-picked selections from around the world and bringing outstanding films to the audience at Hong Kong Arts Centre Cinema. 
Screening Schedule
25/8 (Wed) 8pm      Collective
26/8 (Thu) 8pm       Dad, I'm Sorry
27/8 (Fri) 8pm         Collective
28/8 (Sat) 2:15pm   The Great Buddha+
28/8 (Sat) 4:30pm   Classmates Minus




Director: Alexander Nanau
Romania, Luxembourg | 2019 | 109’ | In Romanian and English with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour 
25/8 (Wed) 8pm
27/8 (Fri) 8pm 
In 2015, a fire at Bucharest’s Colectiv club leaves 27 dead and 180 injured. Soon, more burn victims begin dying in hospitals from wounds that were not life-threatening. Then a doctor blows the whistle to a team of investigative journalists. One revelation leads to another as the journalists start to uncover vast health care fraud. When a new health minister is appointed, he offers unprecedented access to his efforts to reform the corrupt system but also to the obstacles he faces. Following journalists, whistle-blowers, burn victims, and government officials, Collective is an uncompromising look at the impact of investigative journalism at its best.



Dad, I’m Sorry
Director: Tran Thanh, Vu Ngoc Dang
Cast: Tran Thanh, Ngoc Giau, Le Giang, La Thanh, Tuan Tran
Vietnam | 2021 | 128’ | In Vietnamese with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour 
26/8 (Thu) 8pm 
Dad, I’m sorry is the story of Ba Sang – the second of the 4 noisy siblings: Giau, Sang, Phu, Quy who is a meddler, “too” kind and always sacrifice for others despite they want it or not. Quan – Ba Sang’s son is a modern young Youtuber. Quan loves his father and baby sister but in a rough way. Witnessing his father and baby sister are bullied, Quan often fight with Ba Sang. Continuous fights between father and son have led to a cracking relationship. Each generation has its own way of thinking. Are you sure you have stepped into others’ shoes before walking? The movie gives us a multifaceted perspective about family through destinies of each characters and the way they lead their lives


The Great Buddha+
Director: Hsin-yao Huang
Cast: Cres Chuang, Bamboo Chen, Leon Dai
Taiwan | 2017 | 104’ | In Mandarin, Taiwanese and English with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour & B&W 
28/8 (Sat) 2:15pm 
Pickle is a night security guard at a bronze statue factory, who also plays in a band at the funerals when time allows. Earning a meager income, Pickle lives with his elderly mother. His best friend Belly Button works as a recycling collector during the day, and Pickle’s biggest pleasure in life is flicking through the porn magazines Belly Button collects in the small hours in the security room. Having late night snacks and watching television are an integral part of their dull lives. One day when the television is broken, their lives are changed forever. 
At first, they watch the footages recorded on their boss’s dash cam for fun, and soon they get addicted to peeping into the boss’s colorful private life and accidently discover the boss’s unspeakable secret. As a result, a ridiculous chain reaction is triggered, and even the statue of Buddha, ready to be sent to the religious festival, is forced to play a role in this chaotic situation.

Classmates Minus
Director: Hsin-yao Huang
Cast: Cheng Jen-Shuo, Liu Kuan-Ting, Na Dow, Shih Ming-Shuai
Taiwan | 2020 | 122’ | In Mandarin and Taiwanese with Chinese and English subtitles | DCP | Colour 
28/8 (Sat) 4:30pm 
This is a story about four high school classmates. The storylines are intertwined with one another. Here are a middle-aged director who is frustrated with his undiscovered talents, a hard-working white-collar worker who is depressed about his lack of achievement, an idle part-timer at the Household Registration Office who is hesitant about love, and a paper offering maker who is able to communicate with the dead but doesn’t know why. 
This is not some film with important moral lessons. This is a film with the following central theme – life is just so fucking ridiculous!
Tickets are now available at 
Ticket price: $80 / 64*
*20% discount for full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and the minder. Concessionary ticket holders must produce evidence of their identity or age upon admission.
*20% off for each purchase of 4 or more standard tickets. 
Package discount: The Great Buddha+ + Classmates Minus (1 ticket for each of the 2 films): $128
.Free seating
.No smoking, eating and drinking. Unauthorised photo-taking, audio and/or video recording is strictly forbidden

The following measures will be implemented for Golden Scene Selection screenings, to combat the prevailing threat of Novel Coronavirus:
.All audience must wear face masks
.Cinema staff have the right to deny the admission of any person with temperature higher than 37.5°C
Ticketing enquiry: (Office hour: Mon-Fri 10am-7pm)
Programme enquiry: 2582 0248  
Co-presenters: Hong Kong Arts Centre & Golden Scene Company Limited

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