What do you think of those little houses that you see out of the window when you take the train? Who are the people that live there? How old are they? What jobs do they do? Have you ever imagined going back to these places by chance a year later and meeting the inhabitants? This film presents a journey into memory. Following the rails of the train, we set off on an adventure with these strangers who have become familiar to us.
Pang-Chuan Huang was born in 1988 in Taiwan, a graphic design graduate at Taichung University (Taiwan) and Cinema and Audiovisual in Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle (France), Pang-Chuan Huang begins his career in graphic design and photography, then cinema. His first film Retour has been presented at major film festivals such as Clermont-Ferrand international court métrage Festival, Poitiers film festival, FIPA, Kaohsiung film festival et Taiwan international documentaire festival etc, between France and Taiwan. This film has already won Le Grand Prix of Clermont-Ferrand, le prix Cinécran of Rencontres du Cinéma Européen and Taiwan Award of Kaohsiung film festival.
He is currently living and working in Paris and in Lille, France, at Le Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains.
Université Sorbonne nouvelle - Paris 3 Cinéma audiovisuel
Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains