赛丁 Sydn

导演:艾⼒⽛尔·吐尔逊
编剧:李超琪
主演:艾⼒⽛尔·吐尔逊
制片人:李超琪
摄影:彭张
类型:剧情短片
时长:34分25秒
完成时间:2022
对白语言:中文
字幕:中英
地区:中国大陆
制片公司:无

Director: Elyar Tursun
Screenwriter: Chaoqi Li
Cast: Elyar Tursun
Producer: Chaoqi Li
Cinematographer: Zhang Peng
Genre: Short film drama
Length: 34min 25s
Year: 2022
Dialogue: Chinese
Subtitles: Chinese, English
Region: China
Production Company: None

故事梗概 Synopsis

街拍摄影师塞丁和朋友开车在城市游荡,他想要拍“最后⼀张照⽚”结束⾃⼰在异乡的漂泊,虽然他不知道回家是不是对的选择……朋友带他去了⼉时玩耍的场所,在这个地⽅,属于赛丁的回忆也纷杂涌现,随后⼀些奇怪的事情也发⽣了,迷失在记忆⾥的赛丁终于在深夜某个时刻按下了快门……

Street photographer Sydn and his friend drove around the city. He wanted to take the “one last photo” to end his wanderings in a foreign land, although he didn’t know whether it was the right choice to go home. A friend took him to the place where he used to play as a child. In this place, his old memories emerged, and then something strange happened. Sydn, lost in his memories, finally pressed the shutter sometime late in the night.

导演介绍 Director Biography

艾⼒⽛尔·吐尔逊,维吾尔族,在重庆⼤学美视电影学院就读纪录⽚创作⽅向研究⽣,热衷于创作关注边缘群体⾝份认同的影像。也是个扫街摄影师,但不满⾜于静态影像的表达,正在形成⾃⼰的某种不加修饰的,强纪实的,粗糙的影像风格。

Elyar Tursun is a Uyghur and a graduate student majoring in documentary creation at Meishi Film Academy of Chongqing University. He is passionate about creating images that focus on the identity issues of marginalized groups. He is also a street sweeper, but is not satisfied with still images, and is currently developing his own kind of unadorned and rough style of images.

导演阐述 Director Statement

⼀个社会中的少数族裔在处理⾃我⾝份认同时是需要依靠外界的审视的,当这种⾃我价值遭遇到某种从未有过且负⾯的带有族群绑带式评判时,对这个独⽴个体的伤害是不可磨灭的。那么此时他能做的也就只有封闭⾃⼰,甚⾄“想象”出⼀个能够完全理解⽀持⾃⼰的“朋友”来获得⾃我认同,确定⾃⼰可以存活在这个社会当中拥有的理由和⾝份。

街拍摄影师的⾝份让这部⽚⼦的主⾓不再仅仅作为社会的旁观者,在影⽚中通过主⾓的镜头可以偷窥到他观察社会的私密视⾓,更能渗透主⾓的内⼼。本⽚⼤部分篇幅都引⽤了我个⼈真实的⽣活经历,其中对于族裔仪式的反思,对于社会中个体⾝份的疑惑,都是我经常会去思考的内容。

A minority group in a society needs to rely on the gaze from outside when dealing with its own identity issues. When the self-worth is judged negatively with ethnic ties in a way that has never been done before, the damage to the individual is indelible. Then all he/she can do is to close himself/herself off, or even ‘imagine’ a ‘friend’ who can fully understand and support him/her in order to gain self-identity and to make sure that he/she have the reason and identity to survive in this society.

The role as a street photographer allows the protagonist to move beyond being a mere observer of the society. It allows audiences to share the protagonist’s intimate perspectives on society through his camera-lens and to dig deep into protagonist’s heart. The majority of this film draws on my real-life experiences, in which I often reflect on ethnic rituals and think into the identity problems in this society.

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