- 'Ten Years," a series of dystopian vignettes about Hong Kong's future, wins Best Film at local film festival
- Film offers dark predictions of city's future under greater Chinese rule
- Chinese media criticized it for "wanting to scare the public in Hong Kong and spread anxiety"
- Award-winning film outperformed Star Wars at the box office in Hong Kong
Hong Kong (CNN)"Ten Years," a controversial low-budget independent movie that predicts a bleak future of oppression and censorship for Hong Kong under increased Chinese rule has won Best Film at the 35th Hong Kong Film Awards -- the city's version of the Oscars.