Hong Kong was handed back to China in 1997 under a promise of autonomy for 50 years. That year, 59,250 babies were born in the city. Now at 23, five people of the handover generation embark on individual journeys to pursue dreams, love and careers. In a period of turbulence, each through their own way, strive to build a better future for themselves and the city they call home. Set amidst key political events occurring 23 years after the handover, in 2020, this documentary is an intimate and revealing portrait of people grappling with change sweeping across their city, and their lives.
Awards and Accolades:
Asian Academy Creative Awards National Winners 2021 -
Best Documentary Programme (one-off)
Episodes: 1 x 60 mins
Production year: 2020