Taiwan, 2014, 154 min
Eighty years ago, Seediq people living in the mountains of Taiwan organised an uprising against the Japanese colonial rulers, and the rebellion was known as the "Wushe Incident". In Pusu Qhuni, the descendants of the Wushe survivors talk about the history from their point of view and lead us to the places where the tragedies took place.
- Director Bio
- Festivals And Awards
TANG Hsiang-chu is an acclaimed sound recordist as well as a documentary director. His works invariably hold fast to his strong concern for the human condition. His homecoming trilogy, How Deep is the Ocean, How High is the Mountain, and How Long is the Road, won wide acclaim and received various awards, including the Golden Horse Best Documentary. Pusu Qhuni is his fifth documentary.
Taiwan Int’l Ethnographic FF 2018.
Taipei Film Commission, Taiwan