Golden Horse Film Awards Focus Screening
4月16日(日) 14:30 -16:10
Teatro Clementina Leitão Ho Brito
2010 ｜鍾孟宏 CHUNG Mong-Hong ｜ 108'
The Fourth Portrait
2010 ｜Golden Horse Awards, Best Director, Best Supporting Actress, The Outstanding Taiwanese Film of the Year, FIPRESCI Prize
十歲的小翔與父親相依為命，爸爸病死後，他陷入三餐無以為繼的困境，某日，他因偷吃便當而結識了面惡心善的老校工，兩人四處撿舊貨之餘，小翔也以為找到了新的歸宿。就在這時，多年不見的母親突然出現，將他帶往新家與繼父同 住，然而性格暴虐陰沈的繼父卻使小翔陷入更深的恐懼，他開始隨朋友四處偷竊遊蕩，並畫下一張張神祕的圖畫。小翔一 直記得自己的親哥哥從小隨母親離去，如今他人去哪了呢？偶然間，老師從小翔的畫作中發現這個秘密，警察也開始關注 調查，隱藏在畫後的真相呼之欲出……。
After his father's death, 10-year-old Xiang is sent to live with his mother and a stepfather hebarely knows. However, a lurking threat of unspoken violence surrounds him in his new home.Scorned and resented at home and lost in the world at large, Xiang turns to portraiture as a way ofunderstanding the life unfurling around him. One night, Xiang dreams of his elder brother who wentmissing, his subconscious gradually bringing to light a startling secret revealed in his drawings.
A sterling follow-up to his debut, Parking, CHUNG Mong-Hong crafts a visually striking portrait ofTaiwanese life, as well as a delicate hymn to the bonds of family and society.