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Get Lost in Hong Kong on a 3-Minute Trolley Adventure | Short Film Showcase ctm magazine

Hop on board for a mesmerizing adventure through the vibrant streets of Hong Kong. In Hong Kong Tram, filmmaker Brandon Li celebrates the iconic streetcars and the craftsman who have built them by hand since 1904.
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Get Lost in Hong Kong on a 3-Minute Trolley Adventure | Short Film Showcase

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  • 📚 Amy Bookaholic 📚 on July 14, 2018


  • Mon Mac on July 14, 2018

    😎👍🏽. Brandon Li

  • Steve James on July 14, 2018


  • mubariz salim on July 14, 2018


  • Raphael Lo on July 14, 2018

    this video is shorter than 3 minutes.

  • Metti Mettwurst on July 14, 2018

    That eddeting thow. Wow

  • James Leggett on July 14, 2018

    Great video. Just wish there was air conditioning on the trams during Summer.

  • Dirt Hurt on July 14, 2018

    great job @Brandon Li !

  • Trevor D on July 14, 2018

    Hong Kong has been one of the places I've wanted to visit most for years now. It looks beautiful.

  • MERVYN TEO on July 14, 2018

    Simply wow

  • Dadang Mahfud on July 14, 2018

    Nice cinematic experience

  • Panji Privan on July 14, 2018

    Great cinematography!!! The picture & music is in right harmony, tip toeing your mood for a brighter day. 😃🤗

  • Manoj Silag on July 14, 2018

    Simply awesome video

  • weehawk on July 14, 2018

    Does the Hong Kong public transit system still use tokens? I thought Philadelphia was the last city on the planet to give those up. It's in the process of switching to metro cards right now, and they are about to stop selling them at the end of the month.

  • kavan shukla on July 14, 2018

    Very nicely shot

  • mkumar kumar on July 14, 2018

    Showing the story in such a way is good like the screenplay

  • Tummalapalli Sekhar on July 14, 2018

    Ohh superb

  • Katie Chan on July 14, 2018

    I live in Hong Kong but this is a side of trams that I’ve never been in touch with.

  • superchan7 on July 14, 2018

    The trams are an important reminder of old Hong Kong, and I hope they keep it running forever.

  • LandAhoy on July 14, 2018

    Beautiful shots and a beautiful video, but why are so many videos about Hong Kong all of a sudden? Some from another channel I'm subscribed to, and one song that was in my recommendations also had its video shot in Hong Kong. Weird.

  • Midnight Cravings on July 14, 2018

    Nice cinematography 👍

  • MrTurtle on July 14, 2018

    its official.. you can make anything cool..

  • Vee Cee on July 14, 2018

    A lovely, sweet short film. It packs a lot of punch in three minutes!

  • greylynnjr on July 14, 2018

    I went there this year. I went on this tram. Wow. Talk about big poulation. Im from 4million population.

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  • Pazu P on July 15, 2018

    The video was nice but the choice of language used by the actress (or model) could reflect the spirit of Hong Kong better if it's in Cantonese instead of Mandarin. Sometimes it takes these little details to see if the product team really understands what they are filming.

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  • Big Gus on July 15, 2018

    Not 3 minutes

  • k on July 15, 2018


  • Sok Sothearith on July 15, 2018

    This kind of short film inspires me to do like this as well

  • Robin Binder on July 15, 2018

    10 / 10 for the cinematography

  • Tesartmania on July 15, 2018

    Stunning, truely romantic film making. To become emotionally attached to the creation & use of these unique machines. 👏

  • MK Uis on July 15, 2018

    this is good, thx for making it

  • ladrena davis on July 15, 2018

    I love Hong Kong. Great video.

  • Lam Chan on July 15, 2018

    She spoke Putonghua instead of Cantonese? WTF?

  • joetwinz on July 16, 2018

    This is quality 👏🏽

  • Utpal Dey on July 17, 2018

    Loved the music 😍

  • TheTofuWeazel on July 17, 2018

    I know how it feels because I myself live in Hong Kong

  • progTom on August 7, 2018

    This was fantastic. I want to go back to hk now!

  • kesei.0 on August 20, 2018

    When I go to THE PEAK I use tram alot of ppl in line but worth waiting

  • Paul Sugano on November 19, 2018

    Brandon Li never disappoints when it comes to short film contents.

  • Tony Tng on March 8, 2019

    it's tram, why does the title calls it trolley

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