Best of the World
Human shortcomings tie the dramatic knot of this story. Everything happening to the characters is not yet true love. Everybody finds their own way to be unhappy. Everybody is looking for love.
In the summer of 1992, Dujung, an elementary student, goes to a farm in the suburbs with his parents. While his parents believe the expensive and rare specialty from the farm will strengthen their son’s body, Dujung suffers side effects.
Not all childhood memories are nice. Some of them reach out to the present, no matter how much time has passed.
Squame explores the body’s sensitive envelope, the skin. The ephemeral animated desquamations, created with the help of sugar casts, evoke fragile landscapes in a world at the edge of abstraction. Somewhere between archaeological artefacts and macroscopic observations, the friable frontiers of these human bodies elude our gaze.
In the most secret capital of the world a crowd attends a show while a disaster threatens the whole city...
Bao and Lili live at Bamboo Temple Street, a street that marks the border between the houses of wealthy upperclass people and the barracks of poor migrant workers. Despite this social inequality the two girls develop a clandestine and silent friendship. One day Bao decides to show Lili her friendship and leaves her parents’ house to find her friend.
Mo and Carl, two burglars, release dozens of cats into the streets of a neighbourhood and start the dogs barking. They use the din to their advantage and dig up a bag full of loot hidden in an old lady’s house. Unfortunately for Mo and Carl, the situation snowballs and turns into the worst night they ever spent.