Col/ 30'00"/ In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
30 years after 1989, how do witnesses to the June 4th Tiananmen massacre come to terms with their own memories, and how do their memories affect their lives today? At the same time, Hong Kong gradually confronts the explosion of the Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Movement.
This film is about memories and beliefs. As time goes by, we are no longer young. Have we forgotten our old selves, and do we still hold on to the same beliefs? The veil of history is still murky. How do memories from the past, veracity and falsehood, right and wrong, gain and loss, success and failure influence us today?