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Bank Robbery

Directed by Pang Ho-Cheung 

Hong Kong / 5 mins / PG

Bank Robbery

銀行劫案

Directed by Pang Ho-Cheung 
Hong Kong / 5 mins / PG

SYNOPSIS

Made in 1985, Bank Robbery was written, directed and edited by Pang with his older brother. The cast includes his youngest brother and mother. This film is a testament to Pang’s creativity and resourcefulness.

ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

A multi-hyphenate in Hong Kong’s film industry, his credits include director, screenwriter and actor, making him one of the most exciting names in Asian cinema. With intriguing dark observations laced with humour, we delve into what kickstarted Pang’s love for storytelling. 

Born in Hong Kong in 1973, Pang started filmmaking by using old video cameras. Since then, he has achieved international acclaim and commercial success with works like Dream Home (2010) and Love in a Puff trilogy (2010 – 2017). As producer, his works include Boo Junfeng’s Apprentice (2016) and Jason Kwan’s A Nail Clipper Romance (2017). For this screening, Pang will introduce his films to the audience in person and there will be a post-screening dialogue with him as well.

CAST & INFORMATION

Year:

1985

Language(s):

Cantonese

SCREENING INFO

Oldham Theatre
Wed, 27 Nov 2019 / 9:30 PM

Filmmaker in Attendance

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Short films Director Pang’s Mom Singing, Bank Robbery, The First Adventure of the Three Gangsta Bears, and Summer Exercise will be screened together under Pang Ho-Cheung’s First Attempt When He Was Fourteen.