Some of the surviving minibus passengers of post-apocalyptic thriller The Midnight After, which has struck a nerve with local cinemagoers. Photo: Golden Scene Some of the surviving minibus passengers of post-apocalyptic thriller The Midnight After, which has struck a nerve with local cinemagoers. Photo: Golden Scene
Some of the surviving minibus passengers of post-apocalyptic thriller The Midnight After, which has struck a nerve with local cinemagoers. Photo: Golden Scene
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Fear and loathing at the cinema: new films reflect modern tensions in Hong Kong

Mainstream filmmakers latch on to the prevailing anxiety about Hong Kong's future in a series of movies with a defiantly local appeal

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Some of the surviving minibus passengers of post-apocalyptic thriller The Midnight After, which has struck a nerve with local cinemagoers. Photo: Golden Scene Some of the surviving minibus passengers of post-apocalyptic thriller The Midnight After, which has struck a nerve with local cinemagoers. Photo: Golden Scene
Some of the surviving minibus passengers of post-apocalyptic thriller The Midnight After, which has struck a nerve with local cinemagoers. Photo: Golden Scene
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