2.5/5 starsThe makers of The Way We Keep Dancing have their hearts in the right place, even if the movie about the plight of Hong Kong’s grass-roots performing artists is less an engrossing dramatisation of their stories than a needlessly bloated docudrama.The film does make a considered protest at the lack of support for Hong Kong’s creative industries, but any viewer expecting a competent follow-up to writer-director Adam Wong Sau-ping’s enthusiastic 2013 hit The Way We Dance – arguably the…



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