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Taipei Exchanges


Director Hsiao Ya-Chuan  蕭雅全 | 2010 | 82mins | UNCL G

Awards 獎項


2010 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival - Best Original Film Song

第47屆金馬獎 - 最佳原創電影歌曲


2010 Taipei Golden Horse Film Festival - Nominated for Best Art Direction

第47屆金馬獎 - 入圍最佳美術設計


2010 Taipei Film Festival - Best Music, Audience Choice Award

第12屆台北電影節 -  最佳音樂、觀眾票選獎


2010 International Film Festival of India - Golden Peacock Award

第41屆印度果阿影展 - 金孔雀獎

Taipei Exchanges is a fun and quirky slice of life films combining fictional storytelling and documentary footage of street interviews. 


Sisters Doris and Josie open a cafe in Taipei. What starts out as a typical consumerist store becomes a place where customers barter goods for another. One evening, a man with 35 bars of soap comes to exchange his stuff. Little did Doris know that her life is about to change forever.




故事描述朵兒(桂綸鎂 飾)實現夢想,開了自己的咖啡館,妹妹薔兒(林辰唏 飾)卻在咖啡館辦了「以物易物」的活動,各個城市來的物品伴隨著故事匯流到這間台北咖啡館,但人們真的換得到最想要的東西嗎?


Filmmaker in Focus: Hsiao Ya-Chuan 焦點影人|蕭雅全

Born in 1967, Hsiao Ya-Chuan began making short films at 21 years old, before entering the advertising industry. In the late eighties, he received a request to shoot a music video from fellow filmmaker Hou Hsiao-Hsien (The Assassin, Millennium Mambo), leading to a life-long friendship. Hsiao served as Hou’s assistant director for Flowers of Shanghai (1998) and later directed his first feature, Mirror Image (2000). Mirror Image enjoyed a successful international festival tour, featuring at Cannes, Torino, Vancouver International Film Festival, and more.


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