Hong Kong Film Festival Starts Today

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Trailer for Johnnie To’s Sparrow

The Smithsonian’s annual Made in Hong Kong Film Festival opens tonight, co-sponsored by the Freer Gallery of Art, the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, and the Hong Kong Economic and Trade office. The films being shown this year range from light-hearted pickpocket capers to serious examinations of the effect of Hong Kong’s reversion to China on its people.

You can view the full schedule online, but I was pretty disappointed to see a total lack of movie trailers made available by the Smithsonian. I’ve done the YouTube legwork for you, because who are you kidding? You’re not getting any work done now anyway… YouTube Preview Image

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