‘Sunshine of My Life’ stars light up red carpet at BJIFF

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The red carpet was rolled out on Friday for the opening ceremony of the 12th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) at Yanqi Lake. Over 100 top filmmakers and stars dressed to the nines to dazzle the audience during the event. Among them, the cast of “Sunshine of My Life,” including Hong Kong actors Kara Wai, Hugo Ng and Karena Ng, sent the media and onlookers into a frenzy. The 96-minute movie is due to be released on the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong SAR on August 26 and September 15, respectively. Wai, who plays the protagonist, an aging mother, described the challenges of playing a blind person while talking to a reporter from CGTN.

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