Part four wraps up an hour-long audiovisual account of the social and political upheaval that rocked the city to its foundations in 2019 and still continues to have a profound impact on life in Hong Kong.
Contrasting with the visceral and distressing scenes of the previous episode at the height of the anti-government protest violence, this last episode covers the eventual subdual of the movement under the combined impact of Covid-19 restrictions and the national security law imposed by Beijing.
“Part four is the last episode in our series, but we’re very aware that the future could bring a part five, a part six, maybe even a part seven,” director of video Mat Booth said. “Much has changed in Hong Kong, but the issues that fuelled the protests are all still there. Nothing has really been resolved. We may not have heard the last of this.”
I knew that if I failed I wouldn’t regret that, but I knew the one thing I might regret is not trying.