<p>From a blatant riff on the seemingly futile pursuit of electoral reform, to a look back at the handover via the tale of three top criminals, and class warfare (literally) in a 7-Eleven, filmmakers offer a negative take on the city. Things that happen naturally come up in pop culture, one says </p>

Is Hong Kong at a dead end? Nihilistic films The Mobfathers, Trivisa and Robbery suggest it is

From a blatant riff on the seemingly futile pursuit of electoral reform, to a look back at the handover via the tale of three top criminals, and class warfare (literally) in a 7-Eleven, filmmakers offer a negative take on the city. Things that happen naturally come up in pop culture, one says

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<p>From a blatant riff on the seemingly futile pursuit of electoral reform, to a look back at the handover via the tale of three top criminals, and class warfare (literally) in a 7-Eleven, filmmakers offer a negative take on the city. Things that happen naturally come up in pop culture, one says </p>
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