I have nothing to say
Hong Kong. 25 min. 2017
A Chinese mother gets a visit from the authorities because her daughter is making problematic films in Hong Kong. She hasn’t seen her daughter for five years but sets off to talk to her, at the government’s expense and in spite of her failing health. A combined examination of politics and a family tragedy.
YING Liang (1977, China) graduated from the Department of Directing at the Chongqing Film Academy and Beijing Normal University. He made several successful short films before directing his first feature, Taking Father Home (2005). In 2006, he made The Other Half, which was supported by the Hubert Bals Fund of IFFR. In 2010, his short film Condolences won a Tiger Award for Short Films in Rotterdam. When Night Falls (2012) won prizes for best directing and best leading actress in Locarno.