This is a glimpse of the protests that have been taking place in Hong Kong for the last months. The film encapsulates some of the events that occurred during the period 9.12 to 10.21, 2019. Millions of people poured onto the streets only to note how the city’s unelected CE turned a deaf ear to their demands. As a result, several incidents have happened all across the city. The movement that seeks greater democracy and freedom has been on a standstill since the outbreak of Covid-19. As protesters lose international momentum due to the pandemic, Beijing’s central government intends to enact the National Security Law, violating the agreements reflected in Hong Kong’s Basic Law and breaking the “One Country, Two Systems” premise. Under the new law, dissent will be effectively criminalized. Freedom of speech will be restricted, including controls of what is published online. The once self-proclaimed ‘Asia’s Finest’ Police Force has become a source of hatred, with countless claims of brutality and abuses of power. Tear gas rounds shot by officers are counted by the (ten) thousands, as are the protestors that have been arrested. Most recently, these include 15 veteran pro-democracy activists and lawmakers. No police officer has been held accountable for the time being, despite the vast amount of misconduct evidence caught on camera. Filmed and edited by Rafa Zub. Music licensed on Musicebed.com – Discovery by Makeup and Vanity Set. Additional sounds on freesound.org.