Fei makes a living in the big city working as a Moneyboy. His world collapses when he realizes that his family accepts his money but not his homosexuality. Broken-hearted, Fei struggles to create a new beginning in his life.
|Cinematography:||Jean-Louis Vialard A.F.C.|
|Key cast:||Kai Ko, Chloe Maayan, Yufan Bai, J.C. Lin|
|Producers:||Barbara Pichler, Gabriele Kranzelbinder, Guillaume de la Boulaye, Patrick Mao Huang, André Logie|
July 12, 2021Cannes (Un Certain Regard)
|Awards (selection):||Honorable Mention (Bergen), Special Mention Mermaid Award (Thessaloniki IFF), 2 Golden Horse nominations (Best Director,
Best Actor), Best Film Award (Madrid/LesGaiCineMad), Honorable Mention (Hawaii), Best Director Award of the Official Jury
+ Best Film Award of the New Jury (Santiago de Compostela/Cineuropa)
Max Ophüls Award for Best Feature Film + for Best Screenplay (Fritz Raff Screenplay Award) + Prize of the Ecumenical Jury (Saarbrücken)
Cannes 2021: GREAT FREEDOM and MONEYBOYS at Un Certain Regard
Lukas Valenta Rinner’s new project LANDSCAPES OF FEAR is invited to the Cinéfondation’s L’Atelier, Magdalena Lauritsch’s (not yet finished) debut RUBIKON is one of the seven genre films picked for the Frontières Buyers Showcase at the Marché du Film.