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Meet Hong Kong-based Argie Seth, a student filmmaker, who has directed thriller Stranger Danger that explores societal issues.

By Vedaansh Kaushik

Brought up in India and Philippines, Argie Seth, 19, was always interested in listening to and telling stories and was keen to be part of the film industry.

He moved to Hong Kong

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