Ciné Asie | DAYDREAMING
Daydreaming, One Piece Film, One Take, AmérAsia, Familiar, unfamiliar, Stranger than paradise
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DAYDREAMING

DAYDREAMING

  |   ONE PIECE FILM, SHORT FILMS

DAYDREAMING was shot on a bus in Montreal during the summer of 2014. This one-take video captures a reflected sense of being in a familiar or unfamiliar temporal space.

Length: 5 minutes, Colour
Director Mi-Jeong Lee
D.O.P. Ariel Poupart
Editor  Laurine Jousserand
Concept Mi-Jeong Lee
Dialogue and voice acting Laurine Jousserand and Mi-Jeong Lee
Dialogue: French and Korean
Subtitle: English

Marie Boti and Malcolm Guy made their first films in the Philippines, close to thirty years ago, inspired by the people’s movement against the dictatorship of Ferdinand Marcos. Since then, they have remained attached to this country and its people. They have focussed their camera on stories of migrant workers, as the Philippines became one of the main exporters in the world of their most precious resource, their people. The two films above are the most recent in a collection of a dozen films about Philippine issues produced by their company, Productions Multi-Monde since 1987.



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