The Orphanage for Records
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Hong Kong
Release Year & TMFF Edition:
Remo Carlo Notarianni
19 minutes
TMFF Awards:
January Nominee - Documentary of the Month


Music lover Paul Au escaped war-torn Vietnam in 1975 to live in Hong Kong, where he fulfilled his dream of owning a record shop. His passion for vinyl has endured in an age of digital music. For Paul, downloading music is like “drinking champagne with a paper cup,” and vinyl not only reminds him of his youth, but also music that defines a lifestyle.



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