Lost in Hong Kong


Imagine if all of your most mundane moments were set to a melodramatic Hans Zimmer soundtrack and filmed like a Hollywood suspense flick. That’s a bit what Edwin Lee‘s new video is like. It’s a straightforward piece of work: a guy in a “I Am Lost in Hong Kong” t-shirt stumbles around the city looking vaguely bewildered. But Lee has filmed him with an anamorphic lens, which has the ability to make anything seem more purposeful and dramatic than it actually is. The effect is cheeky but gorgeous, especially since Lee has gone a very good job of choosing locations, including the Mong Kok Road footbridge and the Western District Public Cargo Working Area.

This entry was written by Christopher DeWolf , posted on Monday October 04 2010at 08:10 am , filed under Asia Pacific, Film, Video and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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