台北抽搐 TPE-TICS

台灣 Taiwan | 2015 | 68 分鐘 min |彩色 Colour | DCP
國語對白、中英文字幕 In Mandarin with Chinese & English Subtitles
導演 Director:林婉玉 Jessica Wan Yu Lin

30.12.2016 5:30PM


場地 Venue: 戀愛.電影館 Cinematheque · Passion
票價 Price: MOP 50(MOP 30 全日制學生/ 長者及傷殘人士 full time students, elderlies & Persons with disabilities)

竟然有像「孩子生了就來不及」這麼的一本書,教人不要把有「問題」的孩子生下來,預 防悲劇發生。黃大旺自覺是書裡所說的悲劇,懷疑自己是過動兒,從小被當是奇怪人, 雖然滿腦子想法,有正義感,有愛心,但憂鬱,孤獨,彎著身體,自卑。只有在音樂會 中,他的特立獨行能得到賞識;在廣闊的噪音抽象世界裡頭,他是個自在的藝術家。於是 他化身黑狼(黑暗校園民歌之狼)、姚映凡(Yingfan-Psalmanazar),配合Ian Curtis式 的舞蹈,在曲子完結前,完美的存在。

 

It is unbelievable that book like “The missing start key form the God’s” would exist. The book asks people not to give birth to “problematic” kids so as to prevent tragedy from happening. Huang Da Wang, who suspects if he suffered from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, feels like he is the “tragedy” mentioned in the book. He has been treated as a freak since childhood, he has a lot of ideas in mind, a sense of righteous and is also benevolent, however he is as well melancholic, lonely, crooked and feels inferior. Only in music concerts, his non-conformity is being appreciated; in the broad abstract world of noise, he is a comfortable artist. Hence, he incarnates as Dark Wolf (Wolf of the dark campus folk song) or Yingfan-Psalmanazar, dances like Ian Curtis and has a perfect existence before the end of the songs.

導演簡歷 Director Biography

林婉玉

林婉玉,1984年生於台北。獨立影像工作者,從事藝術紀錄片、影像設計相關。多 與聲音藝術表演者、編舞者、劇場工作者合作。合作對象包含周先生與舞者們、狠 主流多媒體工作室、旃陀羅唱片等等。她對於小眾藝術文化特別關心,作品多探討 不同生命活著的價值。《台北抽搐》是她第一部紀錄長片作品。

Jessica Wan Yu Lin

Jessica Wan-Yu LIN, born in 1984. Live and work in Taipei. She is an independent filmmaker now engaged in art documentaries and video design. She often cooperating with sound art performers, choreographers, and theatre workers.
The collaborators including Shu-Yi and dancers, Very Mainstream Studio, and Kandala Records. She was particularly concerned about the arts and culture for a small minority, and she aims to investigate the different value of living. TPE-Tics is her first feature length documentary