Bipin Karma (front) in a still from Look Up (category IIA, Cantonese), directed by Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip.
Bipin Karma (front) in a still from Look Up (category IIA, Cantonese), directed by Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip.

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Look Up movie review: bland and patronising stories of grown-up children chasing their dreams hardly make for a celebration of 25 years of Chinese rule in Hong Kong

  • Released as a celebration of Hong Kong since the handover, Look Up, an omnibus film directed by four upcoming filmmakers, offers a forgettable mix of stories
  • Their four short films lack period detail, social awareness or historical reflection, and instead push traditional values and the wisdom of elders

Bipin Karma (front) in a still from Look Up (category IIA, Cantonese), directed by Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip.
Bipin Karma (front) in a still from Look Up (category IIA, Cantonese), directed by Daniel Chan, Tim Poon, Elvis Hau and Sunny Yip.
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