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.
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

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
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.
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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