Directed by Lu Han
Wenhua, a Chinese immigrant living in Los Angeles, runs a nail salon, while her husband, Yong, drives the shuttle for the manicurists. Wenhua suffers from infertility, as well as Yong’s repeated infidelity. Wenhua becomes suspicious when the shuttle arrives late yet again.
Lu Han, a writer and director, was raised in Mainland China. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and Sociology. Always fascinated with the art of storytelling, Han utilizes filmmaking to deconstruct the complicated social relationships between religion, class, race, culture, and ideology. Her works explore issues of morality while portraying daily life.
Director: Lu Han
Writer: Lu Han
Producer: Lu Han, Ahleea Zama
Director of Photography: Matthew Ballard
Production Designer: Z. Khalilah W-windham
Editor: Sam Solino Mazahery
Casting Director: Paxton Eubanks
Shorts Programs / 99 minsWhat is Feminism? Does it mix well with Asian Culture and identities? Let's take an intersectional look on the artistic expression of our cultural zeitgeist, as we explore female friendship, sexuality, beauty standard, and the violence we rise against. - Ariel Du