Expired November 21, 2023 7:59 AM
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This screening will be followed by a pre-recorded Q&A with director Tsai Tsung-lung.

Nguyen Quoc Phi was a young Vietnamese man who came to Taiwan with dreams of a better life but was accused of car theft and shot dead by the police under questionable circumstances. This investigative documentary features never-before-seen body-cam footage and in-depth interviews, shedding light on the harsh reality of the migrant worker system between Southeast Asia and Taiwan. It exposes the discrimination and inequality faced by migrant workers who are brought to Taiwan to work in low-wage jobs, challenges viewers to question systemic injustices, and amplifies the voices of often-silenced migrant workers. 

  • Year
  • Runtime
    90 minutes
  • Language
    Taiwanese, Mandarin, Vietnamese
  • Country
  • Content Warning
    Graphic Content. Viewer discretion is advised.
  • Director
    Tsai Tsung-lung
  • Screenwriter
    Tsai Tsung-Lung
  • Producer
    Emma Lee, Nguyen Kim Hong
  • Cinematographer
    Zhan Hao-Zhung, Elvis Lu, Zhang Zhi-Lung, Wang He-Lou, Xiao Li-Jun
  • Editor
    Tsai Xien-Gung