Denise Ho: Becoming the Song

Rating: M18

Synopsis

The documentary follows the remarkable journey of Cantopop superstar Denise Ho, as she grapples with identity and the freedom of expression. It accompanies Ho on the road as she tours the US, Canada and the UK, while preparing to release a new song. She reflects on her life’s trajectory: her childhood, family life, her dream to work with the late Cantopop legend Anita Mui, stardom, and having to rebuild her career in the wake of pressures resulting from her outspoken views on social issues.

The film reveals her belief in personal freedom and liberty and her commitment to an open and democratic world where each person can find their own true voice.

Details

Director:

Sue Williams

Country:

USA

Duration:

83 Mins

Rating:

M18 (Mature Content 内容只宜十八岁及以上)

Year:

2020

Language(s):

Cantonese, English, Mandarin

Showtimes

Online

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Film will be available to view on
20 Nov 2020, Friday, 8:00pm until 11.59pm

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Film Credits

Director

Sue Williams is a documentary writer, producer and director. She formed Ambrica Productions in 1986 to produce documentaries of international scope and interest, including the CHINA trilogy and biographies on American icons. In 2016, she was awarded the Boston Globe Filmmaker Fund Award for Death by Design.

Cast & Crew

Producer:

Sue Williams

Cast:

Denise Ho