Ben Yuen (front) and Tai Bo in a still from Suk Suk (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Ray Yeung.Ben Yuen (front) and Tai Bo in a still from Suk Suk (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Ray Yeung.
Ben Yuen (front) and Tai Bo in a still from Suk Suk (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Ray Yeung.

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Suk Suk film review: award-winning Hong Kong gay romance follows the twilight affair of two closeted family men

  • This story of two elderly men who find love after meeting in a neighbourhood park is quietly poignant
  • With sensitive direction and subtle, genuine acting, it is an insightful portrait of homosexuality in traditional Chinese society
Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Ben Yuen (front) and Tai Bo in a still from Suk Suk (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Ray Yeung.Ben Yuen (front) and Tai Bo in a still from Suk Suk (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Ray Yeung.
Ben Yuen (front) and Tai Bo in a still from Suk Suk (category IIB, Cantonese), directed by Ray Yeung.
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