Disorder (58 min., 2009)

Weikai Huang, Independent Filmmaker

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. Q&A post screening.

"At times the news is more dramatic than the movie." This is the theme and intent of Disorder. The movie shows about twenty different actual events without intervention, exposing absurdity and outrage. A madman dancing in the middle of the road without his shirt, pigs blocking people on the roadside, citizens hanging their laundry on city electricity wires, laborers attempting to continue construction even after finding cultural assets in the grounds, policemen beating people and locking them up in squad cars in broad daylight. There is no order that matters. As the title says it, it's complete chaos and disorder.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010 | 7:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Building 260 - Room 113, Main Quad

Center for East Asian Studies