He’s Trying His Best To Make An Honest Living, But The Government Is Making That Hard

Still On The Bridge

"A daring, touching social portrait that also offers an insightful look of a fading Hong Kong neighbourhood and its particular customs.”

Cheong, the widowed man, sells an old school candy snack his wife used to love on the bridge. He stays in an old neighbourhood community, living an ordinary life. In a hot year, community reconstruction is ongoing and expediting. The flat which Cheong rented has to be sold. Even worst, Cheong receives warnings to ban the sale of candy snacks on the bridge. Facing all these vicissitudes, should Cheong insist on staying in this familiar place full of memories?