Golem by 1927 (UK)

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Time Out says

Golem, the acclaimed multi-arts show in film by multi-award-winning British theatre company 1927 will be screened for the first time in Hong Kong! Inspired by the Jewish folklore of Golem, which tells the story of a man who created a creature out of clay to work for him, this original production is a visually stunning tale about the titular Golems – clay-made manservants – that have become an indispensable part of human lives and the consequences of this very dependence. Set in a fictional yet familiar world, Golem makes reference to the realities of tech addiction in modern society and explores the relationship between a man and his machines.

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