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Suk Suk

by Ray Yeung Window: Hong Kong

70-year-old Pak is a quiet man with a big heart for his granddaughter. The cab driver has cared for his wife and children all his life, but he has also carried a secret with him for just as long: Pak is gay. When he meets the divorced family man Hoi on a park bench, the two immediately feel attracted to each other. They increasingly withdraw together behind closed doors in order to spend time with each other. There’s a silent sense of hope in the air, but it threatens to vanish into the repetition of daily family life. SUK SUK calmly devotes itself with sensuous and warm images to a love that is considered taboo: the love between (old) men, which is almost entirely rebuked by traditional families and society. The acting won two Hong Kong Film Awards.

  • Genre: Drama
  • Country, Year: Hong Kong, 2019
  • Runtime: 92 Min
  • Languages: Cantonese
  • Subtitles: English
  • Director: Ray Yeung
  • Cast: Tai Bo, Ben Yuen, Patra Au Ga Man, Lo Chun Yip, Kong To
  • Screenplay: Ray Yeung
  • Cinematography: Ming Kai Leung
  • Editor: Nose Chan
  • Music: Veronica Lee
  • Producers: Michael J. Werner, Teresa Kwong, Sandy Wai Shan Yip, Chowee Leow
  • Executive Producers: Ray Yeung, Stan Guingon
  • Production Company: New Voice Film Productions Ltd.
  • World Sales: Films Boutique
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