我们一家人 All in My Family

我们一家人

All in my Family

导演|吴皓

编剧|吴皓

主演|吴皓及其家人

制片人|吴皓

摄影|吴皓

类型|纪录短片

时长|39分钟

完成时间|2019年

对白语言|英语、汉语普通话

字幕|中文、英文

地区|美国

制片公司|无

故事梗概

《我们一家人》是由吴皓执导的一部美国纪录短片。这部影片讲述了一个传统家庭的故事,这个家庭里的儿子是一名中国男同性恋者,他选择通过代孕生育后代。

导演介绍

吴皓是一位美籍华人导演、制片人、编剧。吴皓也是一位名为“Tian Yi”的博主。他的代表作有纪录长片《虚你人生》和Netflix原创纪录片《我们一家人》,前者获得了2018年西南偏南电影节评审团大奖最佳纪录片奖。

导演阐述

在精神层面,《我们一家人》可以看作是我对李安的电影《喜宴》的致敬。在那部电影中,一个传统的台湾家庭必须面对一个事实——那就是他们住在纽约的儿子是同性恋。1993年这部电影上映时,对我来说是一个分水岭。它给了我希望,让我知道我们这些身处美国的亚裔酷儿移民并不是隐形的,即使在做出了所有的妥协之后,幸福对我们来说也是可能的。

现在,我经历了出柜和建立自己的“现代”家庭的斗争,我想继续讨论什么是家庭,它们如何继续塑造着我们,以及它们是如何在我们告诉彼此的或真或假的故事中幸存下来的。我想向年轻一代传递这样的希望,无论是酷儿还是其他被边缘化的群体,确实有可能建立一个让我们感到踏实、有归属感的家庭。

Director|Hao Wu

Screenwriter|Hao Wu

Cast|Hao Wu’s family

Producer|Hao Wu

Cinematographer|Hao Wu

Genre|Short Documentary

Length|39min

Year|2019

Dialogue|English, Mandarin

Subtitles|Chinese, English

Region|United States

Production Company|NONE

Synopsis

All in My Family is an American short documentary film directed by Hao Wu. The film follows a traditional family where the son is a gay Chinese man who has chosen to have children via surrogates.

Director Biography

Hao Wu is a Chinese-American film director, producer and writer. Wu was also a blogger known as Tian Yi. He is best known for his feature-length documentary, People’s Republic of Desire, winner of the Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2018 South by Southwest, and All in My Family, a Netflix Original Documentary.

Director’s Statement

All in My Family could be viewed, in spirit, as my homage to Ang Lee’s The Wedding Banquet. In that film, a traditional Taiwanese family must deal with the fact that their son living in New York is gay. When the film came out in 1993, it was a watershed moment for me. It gave me hope that we, Asian queer immigrants in the US, are not invisible, and that happiness, even after all the compromises one might have to make, is possible.

Now that I have gone through my own battles with coming out and building a ”modern” family of my own, I would like to continue the conversation about what family is, how they continue to shape us, and how they have survived all the stories we tell each other, truths and lies. I would like to relay the hope to the younger generation, queer or otherwise marginalized, that it is indeed possible to build a family where we feel grounded, feel at home.

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