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In 2017, twenty years after the British handed over Hong Kong to China in 1997, young people, more politicized than any previous generation and proud of their land, do not feel Chinese and actively fight against the oligarchs who want to subdue them to China's authoritarian power.

  1. Alain Lewkowicz

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Benny Tai Yiu-ting

    Himself - Professor of Law

  2. Eddie Chu Hoi-dick

    Himself - Politician

  3. Emily Lau Wai-hing

    Herself - Politician

  4. Johannes Chan Man-mun

    Himself - Professor of Law

  5. Joshua Wong

    Joshua Wong

    Himself - Politician

  6. Leung 'Long Hair' Kwok-hung

    Himself - Politician

  7. Martin Lee Chu-ming

    Himself - Politician

  8. Nathan Law

    Nathan Law

    Himself - Politician

  9. Ng Ka-Leung

    Himself - Filmmaker

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Hong Kong: Retrocession Generation
Hong Kong: Retrocession Generation

Original Title Hong Kong: Génération rétrocession

Status Released

Original Language French

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