Last updated on 21 January 2017
For Love, We Can (2014)
愛，不難 ( native title)
The Red Ribbon Centre has been co-operating with the HKLGFF since 2006, recommending films, short films and documentaries relateing to AIDS issues. So far they have introduced more than thirty moving stories, promoting messages of AIDS prevention and the importance of early testing.
Since LGBT film production in Hong Kong is limited, Red Ribbon Centre and the Hong Kong Lesbian and Gay Film Fesitval (HKLGFF) decided to work together to produce film with a true reflection of the local gay community.
(For Love, We Can) which features Jun, a reckless, rebellious young man. His sexual orientation has made his father furious, with his mother (Han) stuck in the middle; even after the father’s death they are still unable to reconcile and even though Jun and his mother only have each other, they do not communicate. Knowing that being gay is not accepted, although they live together, there is a wall between the two.