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本中心舉辦之「博群影院」獲藝術行政主任辦公室支持，由 2019 年九月起放映三齣精選電影，包括《比海還深》、《竊聽者》及《雲圖》，每場均設映後座談。
以上故事的主角都面對各種切身問題 ── 親情、愛情、誠信、公義；個人抉擇往往影響他人，甚或社會的未來。究竟如何取捨？這幾齣電影或可帶來一些啟發。
9 月 11 日｜晚上 7 時｜邵逸夫堂｜ 115 分鐘｜級別 I｜日語｜中文字幕｜ 導演：是枝裕和
映後座談 9 月 11 日｜晚上 9 時 05 分｜邵逸夫堂｜ 主持： 周保松教授（政治與行政學系） 語言：粵語
- 《雲圖》只准 18 歲或以上人士觀看，敬請帶備身分證作核對。
- 放映前 20 分鐘開始入場。座位先到先得、不設劃位。
Organised by this Centre and with the support of The Office of the Arts Administrator, the I·CARE Theatre is presenting to you a fine selection of films starting from September 2019. These films include After the Storm ; The Lives of Others; and Cloud Atlas. Each of the screenings will be followed by post-screening discussion.
The films feature different problems faced by the protagonists - family, love, integrity, justice. The decision of an individual may always affect others, or the society at large. How to make the right choice? These films may bring about some inspiration.
Details of the I·CARE Theatre 2019-20 are set out below:
After the Storm
11 September 2019｜7:00 pm｜Sir Run Run Shaw Hall｜ 115 min｜Category I｜In Japanese with Chinese subtitles｜ Director: Kore-eda Hirokazu
Post-screening Discussion 11 September 2019｜9:05 pm｜Foyer of Sir Run Run Shaw Hall｜ Host: Prof. Chow Po-chung (Department of Government and Public
Administration) Language: Cantonese
CUHK Students and Staff: https://webapp.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/ras/restricted/eventlist?id=71
- Registration will be opened to CUHK members (students, staff and alumni) only.
- Cloud Atlas is only suitable for persons aged 18 or above, please bring along your HKID card for verification.
- All screenings are free-of-charge.
- Admission for registered participants will start 20 minutes before the screening time, free seating is made on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Walk-in participants (if any) will be admitted 5 minutes before the screening time.
- Photo taking and video recording are prohibited.
After the Storm
A talented writer, Ryota published an award-winning novel 15 years ago. Since then he had not produced any quality work. He got a part-time job as a private detective to make ends meet and to find inspiration for his writing, but in fact he just wanted to escape from reality. Divorced with a son, Ryota could not afford alimony as he gambled away his earnings. He finally resorted to scouring his parents’ home to look for something to pawn. Feeling hopeless to get back his ex-wife, the only blessing he had is the opportunity to meet with his son once each month. On the other hand, Ryota’s mother appeared to be more tough and calm. She managed to start a new life alone upon the death of her spouse. To Ryota, he had always yearned for doing the best for his family. Still, he was unable to be the grown-up person he had wished to be.
On a stormy typhoon night, the above four were brought together in a house where they finally got a chance to contemplate and reconcile their family bond.
I·CARE Centre for Whole-person Development
Tel: 3943 8621