Sunday, June 28, 2015
Q&A with Emily Ting, Jamie Chung, and Bryan Greenberg
Set among Hong Kong’s expat community, where foreigners can live for as long as 30 years without ever putting down roots, It’s Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong is a look at a world that isn’t the West, but isn’t the East either. Starring Bryan Greenberg (One Tree Hill) and Jamie Chung (Sucker Punch, Eden, The Man with the Iron Fists) as a guy and a girl in their early thirties who cross paths in Hong Kong one night, it’s that rare movie about the spaces in between: they’re in Hong Kong, but not of Hong Kong; they’re flirting, but not dating; they’re in relationships, but not bound to them; they’re adults, but they act like kids. Like Hong Kong, they exist in a constant state of uncertainty where it feels like at any minute everything will suddenly change forever—but not yet. Maybe tomorrow. Maybe in Hong Kong.
Presented with the support of Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office New York. Images © Josh Silfen.