Teletubbies in Taipei: Workers Against Privatisation

Teletubbies in Taipei: Workers Against Privatisation

Teletubbies in Taipei: Workers Against Privatisation

郭明珠KUO Ming-Chu
2010
  • Taiwan
59min
Colour
  • DigiBeta
G

Synopsis

In 2008, on the streets of Taipei, four Teletubbies appeared. They had monitors on their chests, and they dispatched DMs. They were four of Taipei’s government employees who had been laid off. No matter how hot the day or how heavy the rains were, they worked hard in the parking lots just to have stable work. But then the government shifted the operating rights to outer companies. This is a film about their anger to politicians who did not keep their words.
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