香港 Hong Kong｜2018｜22 分鐘 min｜彩色 Colour｜HD｜
粵語、粵語、國語、英語、客家語對白，中英文字幕 In Cantonese, Mandarin, English and Hakka with Chinese and English subtitles
Peeping like James Stewart in Rear Window (1955), this film provides an alternate perspective to the faces of the Umbrella Movement. Shot at Chih Hsing Hall of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, people, environment, politics and metaphors all blend together seamlessly under the wide lens. While the movement’s storm rages on in the outside world, one can intently listen to the falling rain at the dormitory.
第十二屆鮮浪潮國際短片節鮮浪潮大奬 Fresh Wave Award, 14th Fresh Wave International Short Film Festival
Graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2012, Hing Weng Eric Tsang is now an independent film filmmaker and writer. He is the co-founder of Human Images and youth board member of Renaissance Foundation Hong Kong. His book Tales of Honey: A Collection of Interviews with Post-80s Directors from the Greater China was published in 2015. Eric’s short films earned several awards including the Fresh Wave Award (The Umbrella, 2018). His TV documentaries can also be found at National Geographic Channel, ViuTV and Radio Television Hong Kong. His feature screenplay The Dinner has recently been selected by the Film Lab Pilot Programme of the Hong Kong - Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF).