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Release year: 2017
Run time: 25 mins
Film type: Fiction
A trip to Taiwan has molded the character of a Chinese mother, where she meets up with her daughter exiled to Hong Kong. With a moving mother and daughter story, Ying Liang reveals the secrets hidden in the mother and subtly depicts the political dilemma of Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.
Ying Liang, born in Shanghai in 1977, studied film in the Art Department of Beijing Normal University, and later graduated from the Directing Department of the Film School of Chongqing University. This change of location fully observes the differences in the economy, lifestyle and spiritual outlook between the East and the West, and it is reflected in his works.
This short film is directed by Liang Ying, according to his personal experience in living in exile, he tells a moving story of a mother and her daughter, and the secrets hidden behind the mother, subtly depicting the political dilemma of Taiwan, Hong Kong and China.