Six music micro-movies, 8-10 mins each, 48-60 mins in total
In the future, young hacker Chao and his companions will use Rap to call for a “reformation revolution” to reform the big data system.
Set in the New Hong Kong in 2043, after the “MetaWarⅠ”, MC Chao, the number one “hacker” of the “Chill Club” gang, his teacher “Master Kong” and a group of members (the Seven Gentlemen) who have the dream of changing the system decided to convene hackers of different “schools” in the city. MC Chao initiates a Rap Battle with the radical Mr. Cannon (Sun).
MC Chao successfully charms the crowd in the conference, convenes all parties, launches an invasion of the central data system and searches for the system source code “Guangxu”, and “Renovation” to reform the system!
MC Chao gets revenged by the big data program “Cixi”, “Guangxu” is put on permanent standby, the reformists are hunted down, Chao’s companions are killed and injured. The Six gentlemen died, and the execution is broadcasted live on the Internet!
MC Chao wants to give up and surrender himself, but at the last moment when his dream is shattered, his father appears, and he changes his mind!
Not long ago, Hong Kong encountered a failure of reform, and the younger generation lost their direction. But from a historical point of view, one failure does not mean everything. This work hopes to draw on Liang Qichao’s historical reference and the spirit of hip-hop rap culture to encourage the audience to be more far-sighted and strive with courage!
NG Siu Lun
NG Siu-lun Nero is an emerging local director, scriptwriter and multimedia creative talent. From neo-wuxia epics to surreal sci-fi fiction and tokusatsu films, his works have taken the city by storm. Participated in several films as director/writer, his works include Hong Kong Will be Destroyed after 33 Years, Blade of Enforcer, Hong Kong West Side Stories etc.
CHAN Wai Kwok
CHAN Wai Kwok, a photographer and filmmaker, is good at integrating humanistic elements into his works. He attaches great importance to direct communication with his subjects, and believes that there is a story behind every work. Participated in films as producer/director, his works include Don’t Just Hear, Home is What Your Heart Believes (Community Music Film).
CHENG Wai-Lun, Alan
Alan Wai-Lun CHENG, member of the Hong Kong Film Editing Association (H.K.S.E.), served as the instructor of the 4th and 5th Hong Kong Film Training Program editing courses, actively contributing to the education of the next generation of filmmakers.
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