Suk Suk

(

叔. 叔)

)

Ray Yeung

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2020

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Hong Kong

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Feature

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92

mins

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Cantonese with English subtitles

TW:

homophobia, ageism

Based on a collection of real-life stories, ‘Suk Suk’ is a quiet portrayal of a gay relationship between two men in their twilight years. Pak, a married taxi driver who refuses to retire, meets Hoi, a retired single father. Although both are secretly gay, they are proud of the families they’ve created through commitment and hardship over the years. As the two fall in love, they contemplate a possible future together while struggling against conventional morals.

DIRECTOR

Ray Yeung

Ray Yeung

Screenings

DATE+TIME

Wednesday 28 October

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16:30

The Cinematheque—Asta

Suk Suk

Based on a collection of real-life stories, ‘Suk Suk’ is a quiet portrayal of a gay relationship between two men in their twilight years. Pak, a married taxi driver who refuses to retire, meets Hoi, a retired single father. Although both are secretly gay, they are proud of the families they’ve created through commitment and hardship over the years. As the two fall in love, they contemplate a possible future together while struggling against conventional morals.

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Screenings

Wednesday 28 October

·

16:30

The Cinematheque—Asta