Created by: Xinyi Wu Created on: 02/05/2020

Project name

Looking Glass
五年前,吴孟夫妇在一场出乎意料的车祸中失去了在美留学的儿子。时过半载,夫妇俩人再度踏上美国这片陌生的土地。此次出行,两人安排了跟儿子器官受捐者的会面,但是加州的山火扰乱了他们的出行计划。阴差阳错中,一个美国姑娘决定帮助夫妇前往约书亚树国家公园赴会。在路途当中,夫妇和姑娘在彼此间发现了他们所缺失的一部分。但是慰藉与温存是短暂的,这三个人之间跨越界线的爱能否帮助他们面对过去的伤痕和不可知的未来? Five years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Wu's son died in a car accident while studying abroad in the US. Half a decade later, the couple re-embarks on a journey to America, where they plan to meet the organ recipient of their son. However, the wildfire in southern California disrupts their plan. Out of the blue, a young American woman decides to help the couple by driving them to Palm Springs. On their way there, the couple and the woman realize in each other what their lives have been missing. They find solace in each other's company, but their time together is fleeting. Can the transgressive love between strangers overcome their past wounds for a hopeful future?

Role name

23 ~ 28
cm ~ cm
西莉斯特在年幼时经历了很多搬迁。她是一对自由建筑师夫妇的第一个女儿。她父母在全国各地寻找机会,而她也被带着一起奔波。虽然她的成长并没有被忽视,但是相对于其他同龄人,西莉斯特的童年迥然不同。 8岁那年,她迎接了一个名叫汉娜的妹妹。妹妹出生后,一家人在加利福尼亚南部定了居,西莉斯特的生活也第一次恢复了平静。然而正常的生活并没有持续很久,大学四年级时,她的父母在一次船难中去世了。她怨恨父母抛下了她们姐妹两人和照顾她妹妹的重任。虽然心有不满,但在大学毕业后,西莉斯特决定暂停学业来陪在妹妹身边。慢慢得,她拾起了父母的身份和职责。现年28岁的她在圣巴巴拉经营一家民宿并且也是一家当地报纸的专栏作家。 Childhood for CELESTE (28) involved lots of travelling. Being the first daughter of a freelance architect couple, she was tied to her parents as they hunted for opportunities around the country. She wasn't neglected, but growing up was a different experience for her. At the age of 8, she welcomed a little sister named HANNAH. After the birth of her sister, the family settled down in southern california. CELESTE's life became normal again, until an accident took her parents life during her senior year of college. She resented her parents for passing away and leaving her sister as her responsibility. Yet she decided to stay behind for her sister after her graduation. She became domesticized and taken up the role of parents for HANNAH. Now at the age of 28, she is not very happy with her life running a little bed and breakfast business and writing columns for a local newspaper.