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Screening Room for LOVE by PMQ x MOViE MOViE


14 February 2015 (Saturday) & 1 March 2015 (Sunday)


2:00pm – 9:00pm

Asia/Hong_Kong Screening Room for LOVE by PMQ x MOViE MOViE DATE: 14 February 2015 (Saturday) & 1 March 2015 (Sunday)
TIME: 2:00pm – 9:00pm
Qube, 2/F

Qube, 2/F

Fee (HKD)

Admission Free (R.S.V.P required)

Sponsored by

PMQ will bring you a romantic Chinese & Western Valentine’s day with MOViE MOViE and Sennheiser! We will screen series of love films proudly provided by MOViE MOViE, at Qube on 14 February and 1 March for PMQ friends. Related festive events and exhibitions will be staged during the period. Join as PMQ Friends and R.S.V.P. for FREE entry. Seats limited, first come first served . See you at PMQ with your Valentine!

[Screening Schedule]

14 February (Sat)

  • 2:00pm, Love is in the Air (97mins) / Full House. Thank you!!!
  • 4:15pm, Fly me to the moon (104mins) / Full House. Thank you!!!
  • 6:30pm, Chinese Puzzle (118mins) / Full House. Thank you!!!

1 March (Sun)

  • 2:00pm, A Tale of Samurai Cooking – A True Love Story (122mins) / Full House. Thank you!!!
  • 4:30pm, The Angels’ Share (101mins) / Full House. Thank you!!!
  • 6:45pm, The Lunchbox (105mins) / Full House. Thank you!!!


14/2 (2:00pm) Love is in the Air
Director: Alexandre Castagnetti
Cast: Ludivine Sagnier, Nicolas Bedos
Duration: 97 mins
Category: IIB
Language : French (with Chinese and English subtitles)

On the flight from New York to Paris, where she is due to marry, beautiful Julie finds herself sitting next to Antoine, a charming hedonist she fell in love with three years ago. While Julie tries to avoid contact for six hours and Antoine plots ways of winning her back, we travel in time to revisit the stages of their love affair from first encounter to breakup—so many extravagantly romantic and deliciously caustic scenes that make this the most compelling journey of their lives.

14/2 (4:15pm) Fly me to the moon
Director : Pascal Chaumeil
Cast : Diane Kruger, Dany Boon
Duration : 104 mins
Category : -
Language : French (with Chinese and English subtitles)

In an attempt to subvert the curse that dooms all first marriages in her family, Isabelle comes up with a plan: find someone to quickly seduce, marry and divorce so that she can proceed with finding the true love of her. This would have been the perfect plan had her target not been the infernal Jean-Yves Berthier.

14/2 (6:30pm) The Chinese Puzzle
Director : Cédric Klapisch
Cast : Audrey Tautou, Romain Duris, Cécile de France, Kelly Reilly
Duration : 118 mins
Category : IIB
Language : French and English (with Chinese and English subtitles)

Xavier is now 40 and returns to the screen along with Wendy (Kelly Reilly), Isabelle (Cécile de France) and Martine (Audrey Tautou) 15 years after L’AUBERGE ESPAGNOLE and 10 years since RUSSIAN DOLLS.
Xavier still hasn’t really settled down and if anything, his life looks like it’s getting even more complicated. He has two kids now, and his thirst for travel has brought him to New York. Xavier is trying to carve out a place for himself as a son, as a father, and as a man in general, amidst the cheerful chaos of Chinatown. Separation, stepfamilies, gay parents, immigration, working on the black, globalization: Xavier’s life is like a Chinese puzzle. But although it lacks cohesion and calm – just like New York and the era in which we live – it does provide a rich source of material for his writing.

1/3 (2:00pm) A Tale of Samurai Cooking- A True Love Story
Director : Yuzo Asahara
Cast : Aya Ueto, Kengo Kora, Kimiko Yo, Toshiyuki Nishida
Duration : 122 mins
Category: I
Language: Japanese (with Chinese and English subtitles)

Haru has an excellent sense of taste and surpassing skill in the kitchen, but she has been divorced from her first husband after only a year of marriage because of her impetuous character. One day, Haru is proposed by Dennai Funaki, samurai chef from Kaga, to marry his succeeding son. The Funaki family who has served the Lord of Kaga not with the sword but with the kitchen-knife is well known as Kitchen Samurai for generations. However, now, her new husband Yasunobu wields a kitchen-knife with no skill at all. In order to save the family name Funaki and its position as kitchen samurai, Haru decides to teach him the art of cuisine. Inspired by a real-life family in Kaga that has survived countless upheavals with its cuisine, the film has been selected for the Culinary Cinema section at Berlin International Film Festival 2014.

1/3 (4:30pm) The Angels’ Share
Director : Ken Loach
Cast : Paul Brannigan, John Henshaw, Gary Maitland, Jasmin Riggins
Duration : 101mins
Category : IIB
Language : English (with Chinese Subtitles)

Winner of Cannes Jury Prize, ANGEL’S SHARE is a bittersweet comedy about a Glasgow boy locked in a family feud who just wants a way out. When Robbie sneaks into the maternity hospital to visit his young girlfriend Leonie and hold his newborn son Luke for the first time, he is overwhelmed. He swears that Luke will not lead the same stricken life he has led. On community service Robbie meets Rhino, Albert and Mo for whom, like him, work is little more than a distant dream. Little did Robbie imagine that turning to drink might change their lives – not cheap fortified wine, but the best malt whiskies in the world. What will it be for Robbie? More violence and vendettas or a new future with ‘Uisge Beatha’, the ‘Water of Life’? Only the angels know…

1/3 (6:45pm) The Lunchbox
Director : Ritesh Batra
Cast : Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur, Nawazuddin Siddique
Duration : 105 mins
Category : I
Language: Indian and English (with Chinese and English subtitles)

A wrongly delivered lunchbox connects a housewife – Ila Vaid, to Saajan Fernandes, a lonely man in the dusk of his life. Ila lives in Kandivili, the conservative middle class Hindu enclave. And Saajan lives in Ranwar village, Bandra, an old Christian neighborhood that is threatened by the new high rises of Mumbai. Very soon Saajan will retire and bid goodbye to a Mumbai that crushed his dreams, took away his loved ones one by one, and turned his hair white. Just then Ila comes into his life. In the big city, that crushes dreams and recycles them everyday, both find a dream to hold on to. They exchange notes in the lunchbox and create a fantasy life. As the lunchbox goes back and forth, this fantasy becomes so elaborate that it threatens to overwhelm their reality. In the end, they come to a crosswords where they must choose between the two Worlds. The Lunchbox is the story of loneliness, regret, nostalgia, and above all, of the mistakes that can also be miracles. A box office hit in India and beyond, THE LUNCHBOX won the Critics Week Viewers Choice Award at Cannes.

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