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Touch of the Light

[ 逆光飛翔 ]

Director:Chang Jung-chi

Youth Drama Music

10/22 16:50- 10/26 14:00-

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110min Mandarin Color | 2012 Taiwan=Hong Kong | 

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Siang was born blind. He expresses his hope and passion for life through the piano. Jie dreams of being a dancer but is struggling against reality. The encounter of the two encourages them to pursue their dreams.


Siang was born blind. Touching everything with his hands, he feels its uniqueness. He records sounds and voices with a recorder. These sounds enable him to see better than anyone with his inner eyes. Siang listens in the darkness while taking in the whole world. He expresses his hope and passion for life through the piano. Jie dreams of being a dancer, but her struggle against harsh reality renders her helpless. However, when she witnesses how Siang fearlessly pursues his ambition, she is determined to hold on to her dream. The encounter of the two sheds light on their potential and bright futures.

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10/22 16:50 - 18:40 (110min.)

Tickets ¥1300|Tickets at the Door ¥1300(Tax included)

Special student admission tickets at the door: ¥500(Tax included)



10/26 14:00 - 15:50 (110min.)

Tickets ¥1300|Tickets at the Door ¥1300(Tax included)

Special student admission tickets at the door: ¥500(Tax included)


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Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall : 1 hour before the first screening of the day
Cinemart Roppongi : Day of the screening 10:00

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Chang Jung-chi

Born in Taipei in 1980, Chang Jung-chi received a master's degree from the Graduate School of Applied Media Arts at the National Taiwan University of Arts. In 2006, his My Football Summer won Best Documentary at the Golden Horse Awards, and in 2008 The End of the Tunnel, his graduation film, won Best Short Film at the Taipei Film Festival. Inspiration for his work comes mostly from his everyday life.

Director : Chang Jung-chi
Executive Producer : Chan Ye-cheng
Executive Producer : Song Dai
Producer : Jacky Pang Yee-wah
Producer : Cheung Hong-tat
Associate Producer : Rachel Chen Pao-hsu
Associate Producer : Ren Yue
Associate Producer : Stephen Lam
Cinematographer : Dylan Doyle
Screenplay/Editor : Li Nien-hsiu
Production Designer : Wu Rou-yun
Original Score : Wen Tzu-chieh
Original Score : Huang Yu-siang

Sandrine Pinna
Huang Yu-siang
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