Missing Johnny





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2017/07/01 19:10 Taipei Zhongshan Hall YES Sold out
2017/07/09 18:40 SPOT HUASHAN Cinema A One YES Sold out
2017/07/09 18:40 SPOT HUASHAN Cinema A Two Sold out




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Hsu Zi Qi is a young woman who lives alone in the city. Lee is the autistic son of Zi Qi’s landlady, who tries to free himself from his protective mother. Feng is a shy young builder, who struggles with the constant breakdowns of his car. Through its interconnecting characters, the film subtly and intimately explores the moments of loneliness and regret that punctuate lives in a metropolitan city and emphasises the importance and necessity of simple human contact.


HUANG Xi was born in 1975, Taipei, Taiwan. She graduated from New York University Tisch School of the Arts and interned on Hou Hsiao-hsien’s [Goodbye South, Goodbye]. She moved back to Taiwan in 2001 to work with director Hou Hsiao-hsien. Later she had worked in marketing and advertising for many years and was involved in the makings of [The Assassin], and [House] (short film). [Missing Johnny] is her feature directorial debut.

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