Not One Less (film still)

Film still from “Not One Less”

Sundays for Hong Kong II

Not One Less

HK 2019, digital
Directed by Kanas Liu, Sam Tsang

Dear Audience, It is with great regret that we have to inform you that the event has to be cancelled due to the current developments connected with the spreading of the Corona virus.

  • 15 min
  • In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles

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The documentary “Not One Less” records the clash in Hong Kong Island on 31st August, 2019, and the assembly on Mid-Autumn festival night supporting protestors in custody. The protests initiated by the "Extradition Bill" has continued for more than 100 days. In this period, over 1000 citizens were arrested, a number of people committed suicide, and there are rumors that some protestors are missing. In the clash scene, protestors strive to protect their comrades from being isolated. After the clash, they still care about their comrades in custody. On the mid-autumn festival night, they sang loudly outside the Lai Chi Kok Reception Centre, to let their comrades know that they were not abandoned.

Kanas Liu was born in Hong Kong in 1986. She studied Cultural Sciences at the city’s Lingnan University and shot two documentaries about the so-called Umbrella Movement. Her film “Comrades” will be screened as part of Generation 14plus at the 2020 Berlinale Film Festival.