A scandal breaks out in a small seaside town in southern China when two schoolgirls are assaulted by a middle-aged man in a motel. Mia, a teenager who was working at the reception desk that night, is the only witness. For fear of losing her job and revealing her illegal immigration status, she says nothing. Meanwhile, 12-year-old Wen, one of the victims, struggles to find support from her divorced parents as she faces the overwhelming situation. The police investigation quickly stalls; the girls’ credibility is in doubt, and the accused is an influential man… Trapped in a world that offers them neither safety nor justice, Mia and Wen will have to find their own way out.
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Vivian QUVivian QU
Writer, director and producer, Vivian QU is a key figure of the Chinese independent film circle. Her directorial debut, Trap Street, premiered to receive critical acclaim at the 70th Venice Film Festival in 2013, and was screened at over 50 film festivals worldwide. The film was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the Boston Independent Film Festival and the Dragons & Tigers Award Special Mention at the Vancouver International Film Festival. In 2014, Vivian QU produced Black Coal, Thin Ice, which won the Golden Bear and a Silver Bear at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival.