【Notice for The Treasure Box of Love and Death: Obayashi Nobuhiko Film Showcase】
In comply with the latest Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation (Cap. 599F) requirements, all screenings on 12 – 20 December of Obayashi Nobuhiko Film Showcase will be cancelled. (If other arrangements are to be made, details will be announced later.)
All tickets can be refunded. You can follow this link for the Refund Application Form – https://bit.ly/33vH8AB .
Please retain a photocopy of the completed and signed Refund Application Form and the original ticket(s) (both front and back) for record and future reference. Should any original documents be lost in the refund process and the applicant fails to provide the above for reference, refund would not be processed.
Refund Application Forms that are not signed will not be processed.
Please MAIL the completed and signed Refund Application Form and the original ticket(s) to the Hong Kong Arts Centre office’s address below BY 28 December 2020:
Moving Image Dept.
8/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre
2 Harbour Road
Upon receipt of the complete and accurate refund information and original ticket(s), the Hong Kong Arts Centre will refund the ticket amount(s) by mailing a cheque to the audience member.
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We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and thank you for your understanding.
The Young and WildSponichi Grand Prize New Talent Award, Mainichi Film Concours 1987
Date & Time: 20/12/2020 (Sun) 2:30pm*
*Veteran film critic Cheng Chuen-wai will attend the after-screening talk. Conducted in Cantonese.
The story of The Young and Wild takes place in a town located near the Seto Inland Sea in the days before the outbreak of World War II. A young boy is transferred to a primary school in the area and quickly starts a battle with his classmates to decide who will be the king of the children. Meanwhile, his beautiful older sister Osho-chan becomes the object of desire among all the male students, teachers, and even a young army officer, who compete with each other for her affection. When they find out that she is about to be sold to prostitution, all the men in town unite to save her… Made to commemorate the 10th anniversary of PSC, the production company founded by Obayashi Nobuhiko, The Young and Wild was adapted from Sato Haruo's semi-autobiographical novel, Wanpaku Jidai. By shifting the time period from the Russo-Japanese War to WWII, the film combines a jovial style with profound ruminations about war, and represents the start of a series of films with anti-war themes from the director.
The Young and Wild: After-Screening Talk
Date: 20/12/2020 (Sun)
Start time of screening: 2:30pm
Start time of talk: 4:45pm
Venue: Louis Koo Cinema, HKAC
Language: Conducted in Cantonese
About the speaker
Cheng Chuen-wai is a cinephile and an independent writer, and is Vice-President of the Hong Kong Film Critics Society (HKFCS). His articles have been published in the Hong Kong Economic Journal, Ta Kung Pao and on the website of the HKFCS.
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【The Treasure Box of Love and Death: Obayashi Nobuhiko Film Showcase】
Venue: Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Presented by Consulate-General of Japan in Hong Kong and The Japan Foundation
Co-presented by Hong Kong Arts Centre
Supported by Japan Autumn Festival in Hong Kong - Rediscovering Nippon