Memories to Choke On, Drinks to Wash Them Down movie review: omnibus feature offers breezy, bittersweet slices of Hong Kong life

//Memories to Choke On, Drinks to Wash Them Down movie review: omnibus feature offers breezy, bittersweet slices of Hong Kong life

Memories to Choke On, Drinks to Wash Them Down movie review: omnibus feature offers breezy, bittersweet slices of Hong Kong life

3.5/5 starsIt might not sound like much of a pitch for a film to spend its entire 77 minutes watching characters walk, talk and reminisce, but this Hong Kong-set omnibus feature written, directed and produced by the husband-and-wife pair of Leung Ming-kai, cinematographer of such acclaimed films as Murmur of the Hearts and Suk Suk , and Kate Reilly, an American actress, does exactly that. And it manages to hit just the right note.A breezy, bittersweet tone pervades in Memories to Choke on,…

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