A documentary about the fascinating and complicated process of the rebuilding of Holland's most famous museum, The Rijksmuseum. The film shows the people behind the scenes during the years of breaking down, renovation, building up, furnishing and reorganization.
Hidden in a back alley in Taichung is a forty-year-old familyrun saloon. The owner, Rei, has been working as a hairdresser for more than five decades. Her saloon has witnessed the lives of her neighbors.
Since rivers in cities have become safer and easily-managed, water is drifted apart from human lives. Only those streams which still keep wildness and vitality, are able to spread out the close relationship with human being.
Two operatives, a rebellious girl and a literary youth. This is a behind the scenes documentary on The Forgotten M2 (but it won’t be released in theaters). This film makes the audience think that The Forgotten M2 will soon premiere.
When I was little, I would listen to the radio with Dad. It was the most anticipated voice in that hard time, it drove people to continue with their lives. Hearing the same opening after 40 years, surprisingly, the voice has not changed.
The director uses modern perspective to re-edit archive footages of Taiwan from 1945 to 1985. The film displays a contemporary musical of historical images, the film displays the director’s knowledge of Taiwan history.
Chen Yu-fong pledged to make a thorough census for every single tree in Taiwan. He is devastated by the ignorance of the environment surrounding us. Shooting this film, I wonder if reconstruction of a devastated heart is possible?