Cult Critic : What inspired you to write a story? Did it stem from borrowed knowledge or from experience?
Chia Chi : This story adapted to one of my experience when I worked in the pediatric intensive care unit.
Cult Critic : Will you be creating films based on such emotions in future too?
Chia Chi : The subject of future creations won't necessarily be the same emotion. But, it must be something I can empathize with. whether it's a feeling or an emotion.
Cult Critic : Can you discuss the challenges that you and the crew faced while creating the film?
Chia Chi : First of all, at the time of filming, I didn't have a lot of directing experience, so I often had to tell the actors the emotions to be shown by words. Without more professional skills to guide actors. Due to time constraints, we couldn't take more make the story more complete. In addition, besides me and the producer, the team members have no medical backgrounds, so when presenting the communication screen, we must find a way to let other non-medical personnel understand why it is presented in this way.
Cult Critic : What inspired you to construct the cinematography that the film features?
Chia chi : When I started writing this story, my professor suggested that I watch "Le Scaphandre et le Papillon". Try not to tell the story in a heavy and sad way.
Cult Critic : What according to you are the current essence of films?
Chia Chi : Movies are life, and life is movies. Where there are people, there are stories.