“Review of ‘Denise Ho: Becoming the Song’” (Mekong Review, July 2020)

Sue Williams’ new film about Cantopop singer-turned-activist Denise Ho is, at base, a love story. Since 1989, Williams has been directing documentaries about China’s past and present, including films that cover its century of revolution with dramatic narrative and historical detail. Denise Ho: Becoming the Song is also a revolutionary tale, one that weaves Ho’s career trajectory with the history of Hong Kong since her childhood, a period in which the former British colony became a Chinese special administrative region.

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