Director: Shuyue Su
Synopsis: The story centers around a woman awakening from the tedious and meaningless routine of work and breaking a certain formation of a workplace for women. A visual metaphor to discuss relativity and instability of the way humans perceive themselves and their own abilities and how this applies for women under restrains.
Bio: Shuyue Su is a Shanghai/Los Angeles based Chinese director, writer with a MFA in Directing from American Film Institute and an BA in VIsual Arts, Media from UC San Diego. Her shorts prior to AFI have been shortlisted in various international festivals. She has freelanced in writing and directing for short films, commercials and large-scale TV productions in China. Her works mix experimental and narrative storytelling and often focus on women’s social issues through a combination of surrealism and realism.
Program: Something is wrong… very wrong! – VAEFF 2023