Twilight's Kiss

Ray Yeung

Ray Yeung



Hong Kong


Feature film




1 h 32 mins

Previous Festivals/Awards


International Showcase


Aging / Elders, Asian, Gay, Romance

Romantic encounters can happen at any age,and Ray Yeung’s new feature sweetly portrays the unexpected attraction between two elderly men in Hong Kong.

Pak, a 70-year-old taxi driver committed to his job, meets Hoi, a 65-year-old retired single father, in a park one day and they form an immediate connection. Closeted, they live conventional lives with their families. But Pak and Hoi’s mutual infatuation flourishes, and Hoi worries that his son will discover his secret. The new lovers must choose whether to remain grounded in their established way of life or embrace the freedom of personal desires.

Twilight’s Kiss explores the everyday moments of two men in their golden years who, in each other’s company, uncover their true longing for a full life together.

Oct 1st, Noon to Oct 11th, 11:59 PM (ET)

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