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My Swiss Blueberry Pie

DIR: Amy Wong
2012 / Switzerland / 59 min

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MY SWISS BLUEBERRY PIE illustrates the helplessness and heartaches of being a foreigner. In this poignant and comical diary film, Korean-Chinese-Malaysian-Canadian filmmaker Amy Wong debunks the myth of the glamorous expat life and lays bare her struggles with marriage and integration. In her quest for happiness that spans Switzerland, Canada and the England, she discovers the bittersweet reality of cross-cultural relationships and being truly international.

About

Director Amy Wong
Screenplay
Dir. of Photography Amy Wong
Editing Amy Wong, Thomas Schunke
Music Sarah Wong
Sound Philippe Ciompi, Eleonora Polato
Duration 59 min
Year 2012
Country Switzerland
Colour Colour
Tags emigration, filmic diary, private, student
Production Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne
Ecole cantonale d'art de Lausanne
Address:  5 avenue du temple
City:  1020 Renens
Country:  Switzerland
Web:  www.ecal.ch/fr/100/homepage
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