Brother and sister tale depicts the torn Hong Kong society left behind by 2014 Occupy protests

When Hong Kong’s Occupy street protests came in 2014, it would tear them apart. The troubled pair are the subject of Tête-bêche, a film directed by 20-year journalist Luther Ng which premiered on Friday at the Hong Kong Arts Centre. The title refers to …
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