Andrew Lam (left), Pakho Chau (centre) and Louis Cheung play characters sharing a subdivided flat in The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Stephen Ng and Nero Ng. The film also stars Bob Lam and Babyjohn Choi.
Andrew Lam (left), Pakho Chau (centre) and Louis Cheung play characters sharing a subdivided flat in The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Stephen Ng and Nero Ng. The film also stars Bob Lam and Babyjohn Choi.

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Film review – The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey is a rollicking parody of Hong Kong’s absurd social issues

An indebted young internet troll secretly moves into a subdivided flat, where he meets a colourful cast of neighbours, in this relentlessly dirty and profane fable told from the perspective of Hong Kong’s disgruntled youth

Andrew Lam (left), Pakho Chau (centre) and Louis Cheung play characters sharing a subdivided flat in The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Stephen Ng and Nero Ng. The film also stars Bob Lam and Babyjohn Choi.
Andrew Lam (left), Pakho Chau (centre) and Louis Cheung play characters sharing a subdivided flat in The Sinking City: Capsule Odyssey (category IIB; Cantonese), directed by Stephen Ng and Nero Ng. The film also stars Bob Lam and Babyjohn Choi.
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