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by David Verbeek


A Dutch photographer takes a picture of a girl in a parking lot in nighttime Taipei as she plays with her kite. The photo transports us into her life. She is eight years old and is about to lose her best friend, a boy from a wealthy family who is moving to America. Back in the Netherlands, the photographer is confronted with his own constant loneliness. The photo of the girl evokes memories of his own childhood, when he still felt at home somewhere.

international title: An Impossibly Small Object
original title: An Impossibly Small Object
country: Taiwan, Netherlands, Croatia
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: David Verbeek
film run: 100'
screenplay: David Verbeek
cast: David Verbeek, Chung Chen-Hung, Klara Mucci, Lisa Lu
cinematography by: Morgan Knibbe
film editing: Luna Lee
art director: Klara Mucci
music: Taco Drijfhout
producer: Patrick Mao Huang, Sinisa Juricic, Leontine Petit, June Wen
production: Nukleus Film, Lemming Film, Flash Forward Entertainment (TW)
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