Described as nothing less than "miraculous", this low budget HK dance film became a box office sensation last summer and newcomer Cherry Ngan became an overnight star.
"A cracking spectacle that showcases some of Hong Kong’s best street dancers" The Hollywood Reporter
"The choreography shows flashes of genuine inventiveness that will impress even those unfamiliar with the street dance scene." Twitch
"After all these years, we have finally found the new hope for Hong Kong cinema." Shu Kei
Inspired by the collective experiences of Harriet Tubman and many Freedom Seekers who traveled to Canada through the Underground Railroad, Seth-Adrian Harris’s debut relates their journeys through Afro-modern dance, poetic realism, and the music of resilience and triumph performed by Canada’s national treasure, Jackie Richardson. Through a weaving of dream sequences, we are taken on a great voyage with a woman named Moses whose spiritual awakening becomes the beacon of Hope for all seekers on the quest for freedom.
A youthful companion piece to Fernando Trueba’s The Artist and the Model, made by his son Jonas (and dedicated to Fernando), this is another ravishing black and white reflection on the nexus of art and life - albeit a movie about movie making, not painting. "An engaging, free-rolling and faux-shambolic 16mm homage to lives lived for film far beyond the outer reaches of the film industry." Hollywood Reporter
"An engaging, free-rolling and faux-shambolic 16mm homage to lives lived for film far beyond the outer reaches of the film industry." Hollywood Reporter