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Tracey

(翠絲)

 
 
Awards:

Film Festivals:

Hong Kong Asian Film Festival - Opening Film
Tokyo International Film Festival - Asian Future
Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival

Nominations:

Asian Film Awards - Best Supporting Actor
Golden Horse Awards - FIPRESCI Prize, Best Supporting Actress
Hong Kong Film Awards - Best Screenplay, Best Actor, Best Art Direction, Best Costume & Make Up Design, Best Original Film Score, Best Original Film Song, Best New Director
Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards - Best Actor (Ben Yuen, Philip Keung)

Awards:

Golden Horse Awards - Best Supporting Actor
Asian Film Awards - Best Supporting Actress
Hong Kong Film Awards - Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress,

 

 
Synopsis:

Tracey, the directorial debut of promising new Hong Kong talent, Jun Li, is a groundbreaking drama that explores gender issues with great sensitivity and humanity. Nominated for a host of awards including 9 Hong Kong Film Awards, the poignant film boasts an outstanding performance by Philip Keung (Trivisa) as a middle-aged family man who struggles with his identity.

 

51-year old Tung Tai-hung (Keung) owns an optical shop and appears to share a contented life with his wife Anne (Wai)and children Brigitte (Yu) and Vincent (Ng). His well-ordered and carefully modulated world comes crashing down when Ching, a friend from Tai-hung’s difficult youth, dies suddenly and his heretofore unknown, younger Singaporean husband, Bond (Huang), calls to request help to return Ching’s ashes to Hong Kong. The news and also thechance encounter with Brother Darling (Yuen), with whom Tai-hung worked as a teenager, trigger old memories and awaken deep feelings for Ching that Tai-hung had long buried inside his heart.

 

 

 
Cast:

Philip Keung, Kara Wai, Jennifer Yu, Ng Siu-hin, River Huang

Ben Yuen

Director: Jun Li
Duration (min) : 100 min (tbc), Th
Version: Theatrical
Grade: PG-13
Genre: Drama
Language: Cantonese
Subtitles: Chinese & English/English
 

Territory:

Origin:

Year:

 

Worldwide 

Hong Kong

2018