Goodbye Stranger

Finding someone washed up on the beach.

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Documentary filmmaker and photographer Wong Ka Ki imagines a physical manifestation of a goodbye between two strangers in her shoreside short film.

Wong Ka Ki in recent years has participated in many main protests in Hong Kong, and makes short films with topics about strange human relationships and fantasies. Her work has been showcased in various film festival across the world, including Paris, Bangalore, Los Angeles, Reykjavík, London and Hong Kong.

Made as part of the FIRST ACTS scheme for young filmmakers

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