The elder Truku Temu continues to work in the field after he has passed the land down to his sons. One day, as the family is holding a ritual, Siqay, Temu’s eldest son, asks Halong, his younger brother, to talk to the land developer.
*The vision is not suitable for children
by Hung-En Su
Su Hung-En, born in Taiwan, received the MFA degree in film from Shih Hsin University in 2015 . He’s born to mixed aboriginal/Taiwanese parents. Constant switching between these two identities helps him to see this world from different perspectives. He has garnered awards for indigenous photographs and environmental short films. “The Mountain” is a 16mm film that supported by Indigenous Peoples Cultural Foundation. Recent film works are issues about indigenous people and social problems.