Director: Chan Kin-long
Chiu is a retired member of the Hong Kong Military Service Corps of the British Army, and now ekes out a living doing odd jobs. Mani is a small-time drug dealer who gets into serious trouble when his cousin steals a stash of drugs from him. While on the run from the criminal organization, Mani is taken in by Chiu and takes refuge in his apartment. The unusual living arrangement forces the two men to overcome their cultural and racial differences.
Chan Kin-long graduated from the Faculty of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong. He was discovered by director Fruit Chan to act in his film The Midnight After (2014). He directed and acted in the short films Seven Days in Meinong (2013) and I Can’t Live Without a Dream (2013). His first feature film as a director is Hand Rolled Cigarette, a project that has been supported by the First Feature Film Initiative under the Hong Kong government scheme.