Don't Cover It Up, Step Up
Films For International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women • 3m 3s
The film is a public service announcement. The protagonist, a video blogger, teaches her fans in the video how to cover the bruises up with make-ups after being beaten by her husband. The story sees a twist as the husband enters the scene at the end of the video.
Directors & Producers: Huhe Yan & Qianyi Chen
2016 | 3 min
Languages: Mandarin Chinese
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