City Without Baseball features actual members of the Hong Kong National Baseball Team as themselves in a story set in 2004. Their isolated existence leads them to take unconventional choices in both love and friendship, and to summon great courage in the face of their lonely and disconnected existence. The story focuses on the easy-going, yet often detached, main character, Ronnie, and his relationships with others, both on and off the sports field. Considered a gay film.
City Without Baseball (2008) Drama, Sport | 101min | 19 June 2008 (Hong Kong) 5.3
Director: Lawrence Ah Mon, ScudWriter: ScudStars: Yu Chung Leung, Ron Heung, John TaiSummary: The actual members of the Hong Kong Baseball Team all prove themselves to be natural actors by playing themselves in this fictional youth drama set in 2004. In a city where baseball culture is non-existent, these baseball players are a minority by choice. The experience teaches them to be free-thinkers in dealing with love, friendship and their own sexuality. It also enables them to find the will to live in the face of death and the strength to conquer losing in a spectatorless sport.