Directed by Beidi Wang
A late 20s virginal journalist, Terrance, whose experience of interrogating his roommate, Callie, a Camgirl, enlightens him from prior asceticism to his own liberation of sexuality – he later transforms to be an iconic sexuality mogul who creates his own publication representing sexual emancipation.
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Originally from Beijing, China, Beidi grew up as a single child in the hub of theatre and television. She was a child news reporter in CCTV-14, a Chinese national broadcast, and a child actor starring in sitcoms on national television.
Beidi studied Journalism at University of Oregon and graduated from University of Southern California’s MFA program in 2021, specializing in directing/producing. Her works were sponsored by Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Film Independent and KCET, which have been screened and awarded at Asian Film Festival, FILMETS Badalona Film Festival, Independent Shorts Award, Nowness Asia, etc.
Beidi is interested in making modernist films discovering underrepresented East Asian female stories. She believes in any innovative cinematic experience that will rejuvenate movie-making to a new era.
Inspired by childhood friend who has been a CamGirl, the story is written in a comedian eccentric tone demystifying the repression of sex from the subordinated male character and the overly sexualized female niche in the western society. The fluidity of sexuality is embedded in this film so as in the millennial age.