Look Up

Genre
DRAMA
Release Date
23 Jun 2022 (Thu)
Category
IIA (HK), ---(Macau)
Running Time
117 Minutes
Language
Cantonese / Chinese and English Subtitle
Director
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Cast
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Synopsis
Jointly presented by Hong Kong’s four renowned film companies - Sil-Metropole Organization, Emperor Motion Pictures, Media Asia Film and One Cool Film Production - Look Up is a Sil-Metropole Organization production produced by John Chong and co-directed by young filmmakers Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip Set for theatrical release on 23 June 2022. Look Up is the only local film that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong Handover. On the occasion of this momentous anniversary, the film hopes to bring joy to everyone. It seeks to understand how young people pursue their ideals and grow by learning to embrace the people and things around them. Look Up depicts 25 years in the life of Shun (Kevin Chu), showing how he helps an autistic artist find self-confidence, resolves a conflict between father and son, promotes the cultural integration of pop music and traditional Cantonese opera, and encourages a South Asian young man chase his lion dance dream. Not only does

Jointly presented by Hong Kong’s four renowned film companies - Sil-Metropole Organization, Emperor Motion Pictures, Media Asia Film and One Cool Film Production - Look Up is a Sil-Metropole Organization production produced by John Chong and co-directed by young filmmakers Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip Set for theatrical release on 23 June 2022. Look Up is the only local film that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Hong Kong Handover. On the occasion of this momentous anniversary, the film hopes to bring joy to everyone. It seeks to understand how young people pursue their ideals and grow by learning to embrace the people and things around them. Look Up depicts 25 years in the life of Shun (Kevin Chu), showing how he helps an autistic artist find self-confidence, resolves a conflict between father and son, promotes the cultural integration of pop music and traditional Cantonese opera, and encourages a South Asian young man chase his lion dance dream. Not only does

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