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Until Branches Bend

《Until Branches Bend》制作者在有关入侵物种的电影中加入原住民观点

从表面来看,温哥华编剧兼导演 Sophie Jarvis的作品《Until Branches Bend》并不关乎原住民议题。对一般观众而言,电影的主题是由Grace Glowicki饰演的怀孕白人女子在罐头厂上班之余,还需要照顾妹妹。在电影初段,Robin在一颗蜜桃内发现看似是入侵物种的生物,在未具名的水果种植地区引起争议。故事中的小镇名为蒙太古(Montague),而果园更是其经济命脉。

Until Branches Bend

《Until Branches Bend》製作者在有關入侵物種的電影中加入原住民觀點

從表面來看,溫哥華編劇兼導演 Sophie Jarvis的作品《Until Branches Bend》並不關乎原住民議題。對一般觀眾而言,電影的主題是由Grace Glowicki飾演的懷孕白人女子在罐頭廠上班之餘,還需要照顧妹妹。在電影初段,Robin在一顆蜜桃內發現看似是入侵物種的生物,在未具名的水果種植地區引起爭議。故事中的小鎮名為蒙太古(Montague),而果園更是其經濟命脈。

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We would like to acknowledge that we are gathered on the traditional and unceded territories of the Coast Salish peoples of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations. With this acknowledgement, we thank the Indigenous peoples who still live on and care for this land.