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Ryo van Kooten
Chan Than San
Liu Peng Fei
Scud was born in mainland China amid the Great Culture Revolution and raised by his grandmother, before moving to Hong Kong at 13. He devoted the next 20 years to a career of IT, worked for multi-national companies, founded a public listed company, and acquired a bachelor degree thru part-time study. He then moved to Australia for a permanent residence. Realizing that he has fulfilled the dream of others but not his own, he returned to Hong Kong in 2005 to start an independent film company, Artwalker, wrote and made “City without Baseball” (2007), “Permanent Residence” (2008), “Amphetamine” (2009) , “Love Actually…Sucks!” (2010) and “Voyage” (2012).
Cinematographer: Charlie Lam
Art Director/ Costume Designer: Irving Cheung
Editors: Andy Chan, Matthew Hui
Composer: Yu Yat Yiu @ PMPS
A young psychiatrist ventures into a lone voyage to fight his depression. On the sea he records stories of people departed from this world prematurely, while what awaits him on the shore is the ultimate irony of life.
Original Title: Voyage / RED Camera / 35mm available / 1:2.35 / Colour / Dolby SRD / 100 min / English / Hong Kong 2012
News & Reviews
Screen Daily - 20 April 2012
"Hong Kong filmmaker Scud has made his first foray into shooting in Europe with his fifth feature Voyage which was filming in Germany’s Hanover this week before moving on to the Dutch capital of Amsterdam."
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