Do Not Split: Film + talk
The Hong Kong protesters’ long and violent fight for freedom.
They remember what freedom felt like, but now they’re watching it fade away in front of their eyes. What will or won’t be allowed to say tomorrow? The proposed legislation allowing China to demand extradition of prisoners to mainland china is the final straw. In June 2019 the protests erupt in Hong Kong.
This documentary follows protesters who stand together and sacrifice everything in their fight for freedom. They are angry, brave and many. But the police have tear gas, and the support of the Hong Kong Chief Executive and China. Throughout one year we follow what becomes long and violent battles between protesters and merciless police.
The film is followed by a conversation between film director Anders Hammer and Democracy activist Joey Siu from Hong Kong, moderated by Stig Arild Pettersen.
This conversation is included when you rent Do Not Split on our digital film platform.