浪人情歌
No Where, Now Here
導演 Director:林家威 Lim Kah Wai

日本、斯洛文尼亞、馬其頓 Japan, Slovenia, Macedonia|2018|90 分鐘 min|彩色 Colour|DCP| 土耳其語、斯洛文尼亞語、塞爾維亞語、馬其頓語對白,日英文字幕 In Turkish, Slovenian, Serbian, Macedonian with Japanese and English subtitles

25/1 (五 Fri) 7:45pm*

香港藝術中心古天樂電影院
Louis Koo Cinema, Hong Kong Arts Centre

*設映後問答
Post-screening Q&A

購票 Ticketing

旅居日本二十多年的馬來西亞籍導演林家威,以「獨立電影流浪者」身份,在過去九年間,以極低成本完成多部長片作品。今次他只帶着三名日本工作人員,闖蕩東歐,在當地找來素人演員,拍出他的東歐浪人情歌系列上集。故事講述來自土耳其的Ferdi和他那來自馬其頓的妻子Nurdan,夫妻檔於斯洛文尼亞首都盧布爾雅那經營賓館公寓,Ferdi沉醉在當地熾熱房產熱潮中,天天搵錢至上、晚晚夜夜笙歌;夜場酒吧中一個個漂亮單身女郎,穿梭身邊讓Ferdi心花怒放。被冷落家中的Nurdan看在眼裡,即使是虔誠伊斯蘭教徒的她,一氣之下也決定跟丈夫攤牌搬回馬其頓娘家。失去方知情重,Ferdi東奔西走遍尋妻子芳踪,希望贏回她的心。全片幕幕東歐美景,利用實景自然光拍攝,電影中滲出淡淡東歐不羈心,有如導演那浪蕩天涯海角的獨立電影人生。

Malaysian director Lim Kah Wai, who has lived in Japan for over twenty years, is a “cinema drifter” known for making independent features with a small budget. This time, he and three Japanese crew members ventured into eastern Europe, filming a romantic drama with non-professional actors from the region. The story centers the relationship between Ferdi from Turkey and his wife Nurdan from Macedonia. The couple runs a small inn in Ljubljana, Slovenia’s capital. But the profitable real estate boom and the allure of women at a local pub have distracted Ferdi. Feeling neglected, Nurdan left him and moved back to her home country. Lost without his beloved, Ferdi journeys to find Nurdan hoping to win her back. By fully utilizing natural light, the film captures the gorgeous scenery of eastern Europe with a touch of the filmmaker’s liberated soul.

2018大阪亞洲電影節 Osaka Asian Film Festival 2018 selection

林家威 Lim Kah Wai

1973年生於馬來西亞吉隆坡。1998年於大阪大學畢業,主修電機工程。於東京任六年網絡工程師後,再入讀北京電影學院、第一屆釜山國際電影節主辦的亞洲電影學院,並完成導演首作《其後》(2010),一年後再完成《兩個女孩一間房》(2010)及《新世界》(2011),入選了釜山國際電影節及香港國際電影節。他於2012年任東京國際電影節「亞洲之窗」單元評審之一。2013年獲南方影展選為「嚐新新導演」單元,放映新作《戀戀南方》(2013)及回顧其餘四部作品。《愛在深秋》(2016)於香港及中國內地商業院線上映,是少有的馬來西亞導演能有作品於中國及日本作商業發行。

Born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 1973, Lim graduated in Osaka University majoring in Electrical Engineering in 1998. Lim studied film in Beijing Film Academy after 6 years of Network Engineer in Tokyo. He is the first alumni of Asian Film Academy, Busan international film festival in 2005. He had his directorial debut After All These Years (2010) and one year later finished two feature-length movies titled Magic and Loss and New World (2011) which were selected for screening at Hong Kong International Film Festival and Busan International Film Festival. He was a jury member of Asian Mirror section at the Tokyo International Film Festival in 2012. Lim finished Fly Me to Minami (2013) and was elected as the “Director in Focus” at South Taiwan Film Festival in the same year. Retrospective of his four feature-length movies was screened at a renowned art-house cinema in Tokyo,Osaka and New York. Love in Late Autumn (2016) being released at commercial cinema circuits in both China and Hong Kong. Lim was one of a few Malaysian directors to have movies released commercially in both Japan and China.