Chen Shing-chyi, a character from Tsai Ming-liang's films rather than an actress, in Chienn Hsiang's work plays a 45-year old seamstress from Kaohsiung trying to revive her fading femininity. Everything goes wrong in Ling's life – she suffers from symptoms of premature menopause and lack of dialogue with her adolescent daughter. The door lock breaks down, the husband on a job in Shanghai remains silent, and the sewing machine stops working. As she visits her mother-in-law in a hospital, Ling observes a man recovering from an eye surgery. She starts to look after him secretly, to tend and touch him, finding something more than just relief in the contact with another body.
Cinematographer, highly valued in the Taiwanese film circles. He worked with Chen Yu-hsun ("Zone Pro Site"), Chang Ai-chia ("20 30 40"), and Yee Chin-yen ("Blue Gate Crossing") among others. His TV film "Ranger" was nominated for Taipei Awards and received Special Jury Remi Award at WorldFest – Houston IFF. In 2012 Hsiang shot a short feature "The Monad."
2011 Ranger (tv)
2012 The Monad (kr. m.)
2013 Drzwi / Exit