Genre｜Animated Music Video
Production Company｜Beijing Queer Chorus
This is a story about queer and straight people learning from, defending, and understanding each other.
None. The director would rather not disclose too much personal information.
With Safe Haven, we reached out to a wider group of people. After the release of our original musical short play Guo Haoran, Just Tell Me if You Can Change! during Spring Festival, we received a lot of recognition from the community; but I always felt that something was missing. This time in addition to the encouraging voices upon the release of Safe Haven, there were also some “discordant” notes. Some people expressed their disapproval of the LGBTQ culture or their belief that such a subgroup should not promote themselves and influence others. If we were angry about all of this, it was probably because we did not anticipate that some, or even most people would not understand us. Now I am happy that this short film has reached out to these people, so that we may stop being blinded and let more people outside our community hear our voices. This is the meaning behind this work.