LOST IN TIME (Derek Yee Tung-Shing, 2003)

A gentle, restrained drama about agonizing loss and the need to move forward, Mong bat liu, from Hong Kong, cannot compare with Tennyson’s “Ulysses” or In Memoriam, both written in the shadow of the poet’s loss of dear friend Arthur Henry Hallam. Those are two major works on the subject; writer James Yuen and director […]