Director: Yip Man-hay
Legendary chef Mo Yik-Tin is notorious for turning animals into spectacular dishes – tastes always rule over lives under the butcher’s knife. Equally thoughtful and fascist, Mo is a fascinating mentor in the eyes of his apprentice. In subtle tension with the TV programme’s host, Mo is poised to present his greatest culinary dishes which set off an intense debate with the programme host. A reflection on the general public’s food-obsessed culture and celebrity worship, this feature also highlights human’s decadence and corrupt excess through the aesthetics of food.