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[MOVIE] Utopians (Eng Sub)

[MOVIE] Utopians (Eng Sub)

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Utopians is a coming-of-age story about a young student, Hins Gao (Adonis He Fei), who unexpectedly finds himself deeply attracted to his male professor, Antonio Ming (Jackie Chow). Despite having had a conservative upbringing, Hins wants to get close enough to Ming to understand him. The experience transforms his life and comes to define his adult identity. The story is described as a "visually stunning paean to open love and pan-sexuality freely blending straightforward narrative and fantasy elements".


Utopians (Chinese: 同流合烏) is a 2015 film by the Hong Kong film-maker Scud, the production-crediting name of Danny Cheng Wan-Cheung. It is the story of a university student who becomes deeply attracted to his (male) professor, and whose life changes as a result. The film received its world premiere on 31 October 2015 at the New Directors Film Festival in Japan. Utopians explores several themes traditionally regarded as 'taboo' in Hong Kong society and features full-frontal male nudity in several scenes. 

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    Content No
    Category Movies
    Country Hong Kong
    Year 2020
    Director Scud
    Cast Adonis He Fei ... Hins Gao , Jackie Chow ... Professor Antonio Ming , Ching-Man Chin ... Swan (credited as 'Moe Chin') , Fiona Wang ... Joey , Jie Shui ... Mother , Ben Fu Wai Bun... Dean , William Lo ... Boy on boat trip / Bonfire Boy , Jung Jen Pao ...
    Language Chinese
    Subtitle English
    Viewing Option Online Streaming
    Duration 1:28:00
    Resolution 720P
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