Myself Identity : Voices from Hong Kong l 2019
The live was at 인동소극장, Wonju on October 11th, 2019.
Performers : Jacklin Ramirez [DJ], Crazy Radio [VJ]
In July 2019, I went to Hong Kong. And I’ve interviewed my friend, Stella about anti-government protest and her own feelings on the issue. And I also met some young Hong Kongese on the streets of the city and I could hear their thoughts and feelings. After coming back to Korea, I put together their voices with the footages that I recorded there.
Hong Kong seems to be losing its identity. But What I’ve seen there was them struggling in trying to find the right direction to go. Every time I go to Hong Kong, I feel very cold in this city because people are busy and they all look distracted. But at the same time, I feel familiar as well. Because vey often, I’m confused about the direction my own life is taking just like them.
Directed and Edited by Crazy Radio (https://www.instagram.com/crazy.radio.film/)
Original Music by Jacklin Ramirez
Animation by melancholy (https://instagram.com/iammelancholy/)
Illustration by Lee Suyun (https://instagram.com/suyun_ian/)
Korean Subtitles by Maverick
Voices by Stella, Lim Natalie Rachel, Kenny Kan, Chan Hoi Hing, Roy, Two unidentified citizens
Sources from others
2019.8.9 萬人接機 Hong Kong Airport Protest
2019年香港七一遊行 1st July March 2019, Hong Kong
Hong Kong Protests: What Happened on July 1? | The Dispatch
Police step up presence after protesters target Hong Kong airport
Violence and vandalism sweep Hong Kong again
9/9/19 Human Chain Day in Hong Kong 9 Sep 2019
How Hong Kong’s Protesters Evade Police and Keep the Demonstrations Alive | Visual Investigations
Drone footage: Hong Kong Protesters Rally to Demand Leader Steps Down
Hong Kong students form human chains as protests continue