All Shall Be Well

Ray Yeung

Ray Yeung





Feature film




1 h 33 mins

Previous Festivals/Awards

Teddy Award, 2024 Berlin International Film Festival




Asian, Family, Lesbian

Angie and Pat have lived together for over three decades in their flat in Hong Kong, a flat that often hosts friends and family for dinners and get togethers. When Pat unexpectedly passes away without a will, Angie learns that she has no legal right to the home they shared and finds herself at the mercy of a once supportive family displaying dwindling goodwill toward her. Supported by the group of queer women that make up her chosen family, Angie embarks on a later in life journey toward independence. Inspired by shocking true stories, director Ray Yeung explores the often precarious life of aging members of LGBTQ+ communities.

Canadian Premiere

May 26, 2024 6:45 pm
TIFF Lightbox 2
350 King Street West
Toronto ON

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