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Blue My Mind
  • 블루 마이 마인드
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  • 블루 마이 마인드
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  • Drugs
  • Sex
  • Monsters
  • Schoolgirl
  • Switzerland
  • 2017
  • 97min
  • Asian Premiere
  • 15
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Synopsis

15-year-old Mia is facing an overwhelming transformation, which calls her entire existence into question. Her body is changing radically, and despite desperate attempts to halt the process, she is soon forced to accept that nature is far more powerful than her.

Program Note

When we become grown men and women, we would like to wrap up our adolescence regarding as growing pain which is a neat word, and stow it in a drawer. If we take diaries out and read them, however, we might find ourselves floundering in the deep water with being extremely embarrassed and anxious mentally as well as physically. The director, Lisa Bruehlmann bring back the chaos of the adolescence such as vivid dream even after waking up through fifteen year old girl, Mia in her first feature film, Blue My Mind. Mia, already lonely girl because of brusque parents, is struggling for obtaining her own position among new friends at new school in new town. It is not surprising at all when we find out that her efforts are pilfering, drinking and drug, even pretentious sexual intercourse. However, there is one more thing which her body starts changing. Fishes in a fishbowl whet her appetite, her toes are connected by folds of skin and her legs are covered by blue scales. Blue My Mind visualizes fear of teenage girl outstandingly by reinterpreting the「 Little Mermaid」 tale, which has been played many variations, as a bodily reshaping horror. At the same time, this film is very enterprising in that it breaks extinctive defeatism the「 Little Mermaid」 tale has connoted. (PARK Hye-eun)
 

Director

Lisa BRUHLMANN
Lisa BRUHLMANN

Born in 1981, in Zürich, Switzerland. She is an actress and director. Following theatre studies in Berlin, she played a variety of roles in various TV productions and films in Germany and Switzerland. With a desire to learn more about the process of filmmaking, Lisa studied film at the University of the Arts in Zürich.

Credit

  • ProducerStefan Jager, Katrin Renz
  • ScreenplayLisa Bruhlmann
  • CinematographerGabriel Lobos
  • EditorNoëmi Preiswerk
  • MusicThomas Kuratli
  • Production DesignMarlen Grassinger
  • CastLuna Wedler, Zoë Pastelle Holthuizen, Regula Grauwiller
  • SalesBe For Films