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發育.不良?
Undernourished? (Healthy · Not?)
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Production Country Hong Kong
Production Year 2014
Duration 17' 12''
Colour Colour
Language In Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles
Genre Drama
Shooting Format HD
Synopsis Summer grows up in a family very different form others. Her Parents lost their eyesight when they were kids. But They are both optimistic and hold a positive view towards life.Born in a seemingly handicapped yet mentally healthy family, summer is able to view the world with a unique perspective. When compared to those kids who are spoiled or overlooked, whose mentality is actually
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Remarks shared after Festival


"I met some other short film director and
knew some producers who work in Singapore. This programme is not only mainly
for Films, but it is a very good platform to explore music and dance where I
found new inspirations for my filmmaking. I feel grateful that I have this
opportunity to present my short film out of Hong Kong.. [More]
"I met some other short film director and
knew some producers who work in Singapore. This programme is not only mainly
for Films, but it is a very good platform to explore music and dance where I
found new inspirations for my filmmaking. I feel grateful that I have this
opportunity to present my short film out of Hong Kong. "



— Shared by Chu Fung-han Judy, director of Undernourished?, after
attending the 2015 Spotlight Hong Kong in Singapore, under the sponsorship of
NAE.
"This
festival was very well organised and diversified. I think the film works
selected by the Festival were of very high standard and had different main
themes. While I made friends with some young directors in the Festival, I think
the Festival was also a good chance to let investor or more producers to know
the New director and their New project.. [More]
"This
festival was very well organised and diversified. I think the film works
selected by the Festival were of very high standard and had different main
themes. While I made friends with some young directors in the Festival, I think
the Festival was also a good chance to let investor or more producers to know
the New director and their New project. "

— Shared by Chu
Fung-han Judy, director of Undernourished, after attending the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival 2015, under the sponsorship of NAE.

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