2016年4月15日星期五

Ten Years/十年

This is a desperate movie, though it won Best Picture in the Hong Kong Film Award in 2016.

The movie is a collection of five single short films, exploring the worries of Hong Kong citizens when Mainland China keeps deteriorating Hong Kong's autonomy while they had promised to keep it in 50 years after 1997. The five short stories seem ridiculous at the first glance, but so true and realistic as they are the real reality happening in the Mainland everyday. Now the Communist Party can't wait to transform Hong Kong as part of its red regime, as they can not bear the democratic movements in Hong Kong any more and the Party regard the democratic movements may establish bad signals for Mainland people. However, all the running system, which the Party wants to ruin, is part of Hong Kong's daily way of life, and what the Party is doing is to destruct the Hong Kong society. Now you can understand the unavoidable conflicts between the Mainland China and Hong Kong people.

Using the general theme of worrying the destruction of Hong Kong society, each short part tells a ridiculous and true story. For the Mainland audience, these stories are not fresh any more because they happen everyday domestically. But, when you see the bleeding and touching story in the screen, you just can not hold your tears and sigh.

As expected, the movie is banned by the Communist Party of China, also the ceremony of 2016 Hong Kong Film Award.




Ten Years (2015) on IMDb

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