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St. Joseph Freinademetz: The First Saint to Ever Serve in Hong Kong ()


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This musical covers the journey of St. Joseph Freinademetz, a well-known SVD priest from Austria and missionary in China. His primary conviction, "love is the only language that everyone... See more »

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Voice Cast Saint Joseph Freinademetz, SVD
Francis Sung ...
Mountain Song Singer
Mildred Mei-Lin Chang ...
Narrator
James Kee-Kang Wong ...
Saint Joseph Freinademetz, SVD
Lawrence Wan ...
Chinese Convert

Directed by

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Lai Nor Ngan

Written by

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Lai Nor Ngan ... ()

Produced by

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Danny Anthony Shiu ... executive producer
Joseph Lei-Tao Tan ... producer

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Anthony Yu-Sum Cheng

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Edward Ko-Wah Chan

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Ho-tat Tsim

Set Decoration by

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Eddie Lee

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Lai Nor Ngan

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Pat Pik-Kei Yau ... hair department head

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Fred Chan ... technical advisor

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  • Youtube (2018) (Hong Kong) (video)

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Taglines 'A story of a European missionary devoting his best and final years to a nation that he always dreamed about; a nation to which he was willing to contribute his life even though doing so could mean he might never see his hometown and family again' See more »
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  • St. Joseph Freinademetz: The First Saint to Ever Serve in Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
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  • 113 min
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Budget $40,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The majority of the crew - including the Producer, the Director and most of the actors - had no experience in film making. The film's producer, Rev. Joseph TAN Lei Tao, is also a missionary of SVD himself. He wanted to make this film to honor St. Joseph Freinademetz because he decided to become a priest after reading the saint's letters to his hometown. See more »

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