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Mother is so busy with her life at work and at home, but doesn’t forget to make time for her interests. Going off on her own, she has fun with friends at theatres, reading books, and even taking a solo trip. Daughter wonders whether this is her real mother or a stepmom, and husband sulks because his wife is always leaving him alone. But the whole family becomes exposed to arts, music and books under the influence of Mother, and learns that the family is based on caring and mutual respect of each other’s time and space, not on Mother’s unconditional sacrifice. (Billy Choi)
Chang Nai-yunChang Nai-yun
Chang Nai-yun is a student of the Department of Visual Communication Design, Da-Yeh University. Because of the strong influence from her mother, she was able to enjoy many cultural experiences such as various books and exhibitions. Oh! My Mum is her first documentary.