Nai An (left) and Gong Zhe in a still from A Family Tour, a film by Ying Liang about a filmmaker from China living in Hong Kong and unable to return home to visit her mother because of a film she made. They arrange a reunion in Taiwan instead.
Nai An (left) and Gong Zhe in a still from A Family Tour, a film by Ying Liang about a filmmaker from China living in Hong Kong and unable to return home to visit her mother because of a film she made. They arrange a reunion in Taiwan instead.

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A Family Tour movie review: Chinese exile filmmaker’s semi-autobiographical drama about separation

  • Movie tells poignant story of a dissident Chinese filmmaker wanted by police over a film she made, who lives in exile in Hong Kong but aches to see her mother
  • Based on the experiences of its director Ying Liang, the film presages the fear of legal uncertainty the national security law introduced for some Hongkongers

Nai An (left) and Gong Zhe in a still from A Family Tour, a film by Ying Liang about a filmmaker from China living in Hong Kong and unable to return home to visit her mother because of a film she made. They arrange a reunion in Taiwan instead.
Nai An (left) and Gong Zhe in a still from A Family Tour, a film by Ying Liang about a filmmaker from China living in Hong Kong and unable to return home to visit her mother because of a film she made. They arrange a reunion in Taiwan instead.
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