Suk Suk

Busan
Film Festival
Berlinale 2020
Panorama

Suk Suk

A Film by Ray Yeung

2019 - Hong Kong - Drama/LGBT - 2.35 - 92 min.

with Bo Tai , Ben Yuen & Patra AU Ga Man

Language: Cantonese
Produced by Michael J Werner , Teresa Kwong , Sandy Yip & Chowee Leow

Pak is a 70-year-old taxi driver who lives with his wife. His son is happily married with a child, and his daughter is pregnant and about to be married. Hoi lives with his devout Christian son and family after he divorced his wife. The two men, who have lived all their lives never revealing their sexual identities, meet by chance in the streets of Hong Kong. As Pak and Hoi fall in love they contemplate a possible future together.

Busan
Film Festival
Berlinale 2020
Panorama

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