A Canadian soldier, a hotel maid and a Chinese female journalist become trapped in a collapsing city during the Japanese attack on Hong Kong in 1941.
Historical Drama / English / 108 minutes / 4K / 2018
The film “Christmas at the Royal Hotel” is a recently completed movie about the Battle of Hong Kong. The film follows the story of a Canadian soldier TOM who is deployed with his unit to the city a few weeks before the surprise Japanese attack. The war is seen through TOM’s eyes and those of two Chinese women (MAYLING & LILY) who become trapped by the impact of the battle. This independently produced movie was filmed entirely in Hong Kong including the use of some of the actual World War 2 battle sites.
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Eastern Independent: eastindie.net/christmas-at-the-royal-hotel-craig-mccourry/
Next Magazine (video interview): facebook.com/nextmagazinefansclub/videos/10156403229290758/
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