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The Way We Keep Dancing

Kuang wu pai 3
dir. Adam Wong
Hong Kong 2020, 128’
subtitles: Polish and English

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Polish premiere
Theatrical Screenings
St 20 Nov, 16:00
Kinoteka 1
Kinoteka 1
We 24 Nov, 20:30
Kinoteka 1
Kinoteka 1
Online Availability
17 Nov, 10:00 – 29 Nov
Additional Materials
Awards and festivals
World premiere: Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival Asian Film Awards 2021 - Best Composer
Credits
Hong Kong 2020
Duration: 128’
director: Adam Wong
screenplay: Adam Wong
cinematography: Karl Tam Ka-ho
editing: Mary Stephen, Adam Wong
music: Day Tai
cast: Cherry Ngan, BabyJohn Choi, Lokman Yeung, Lydia Lau, Heyo, Leander Lau, Ah Fucc
producer: Saville Chan, Jacqueline Liu
production: Golden Scene
language: Cantonese
colouration: colour
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Film description

A continuation of the hit music film "The Way We Dance," which introduced the world to the Hong Kong hip hop and street dance scenes. In part one, the energetic group of young, talented protagonists was fighting for their dreams and was looking for a way to express their identities through dance. Today, their creative passion is counted in dollars, and hip-hop is present not only on the streets and campuses, but also in big recording studios and the commercials and projects of developers, for whom the presence of young artists is a way to attract young investors.

Wong's bitter-sweet story is a unique insight into the world of music underground and a touching portrait of a young generation faced with the hard reality of contemporary economy, forced to confront their ideals with the pragmatic demands of everyday life. The director did not want to rely on the success of part one, this is why we are not just watching the subsequent events in the lives of the protagonists. The actors are playing fictional versions of themselves, facing difficult life choices a few years after the success of the film. It is an intriguing insight into the inner workings of the creative industry – young artists from all across the globe will surely recognize many familiar situations – but also a broad portrait of the modern Hong Kong, which is constantly changing, facing the incoming generations with completely new challenges.

text:
Jagoda Murczyńska

Adam Wong

Director and lecturer, graduate of the Faculty of Arts at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. For "The Way We Dance" (2013) he received a Hong Kong Film Award and a Hong Kong Film Directors Award for young directors. He did not want to make a sequel of the film right after its success, jokingly saying that instead of making "The Way We Dance 2," he'll go straight to part three, with all his protagonists already grown up. He decided not to make high-budget films, instead focusing on smaller productions.

Filmography:

2000 Glowing (kr. m.)

2004 When Beckham Met Owen / Dong Pek Ham yu sheung O Wan

2007 Magic Boy / Mor suit nam

2013 Kwong mo pai / The Way We Dance

2015 Na yi tian wo men hui fei / She Remembers, He Forgets

2020 Wciąż tańczymy / Kwong mo pai 3 / Te Way We Keep Dancing

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