Hong Kong is not a small city. And with its seven million inhabitants, you can be sure that it’s a city that never sleeps. Crowded nightly escapades are part of the DNA of this megalopolis. But for 17 night bus passengers, their trip through Hong Kong turns into a surreal nightmare. They’re driving through a ghost town. The streets are completely deserted. There’s no sign of life anywhere to be seen. The wildest theories are popping up: Fukushima 2, everybody’s at home playing Farmville, it’s the end of the world and they forgot to tell us? Our passengers are having a massive freak out. And it gets worse when their cell phones all start to vibrate at the same time. At the other end of the line thousands of voices crying out for help…

Fruit Chan has already collaborated with some big names in horror and thriller. In 2005 we screened Three, Extremes, directed by Takashi Miike, Chan-wook Park… and Fruit Chan. The Midnight After is based on a popular manga and masterfully plays both horror and comedy nerves. We’re already labelling this movie as cult. Wanna bet you’ll agree with us after the screening?

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