“The Price of Justice” is a documentary film that follows four women as they try to pursue cases against their former employers.

The narrative exposes the hardship of the lives of migrant domestic workers on the challenges they face while living in Hong Kong.

Taken into kafkaesque circumstances, these workers spend their days in waiting rooms, long queues and tribunal sessions in a frustrating attempt to get access to justice.

This documentary is my latest collaboration with Rights Exposure for Hong Kong Federation of Domestic Workers and has the support of the International Labour Organisation.

Coming on early 2020.