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by Emyr ap Richard, Darhad Erdenibulag


You’ve heard this one before, a land surveyor named K arrives in a distant village and becomes ensnared in the nearby castle’s procedural machinations. Yet this time round, things are different. As K traverses the vast Inner Mongolian plain, there’s no castle on the horizon and his arrival in the village is merely an abrupt awakening on a sunny afternoon. His two leather-clad assistants are hardly as alike as snakes, and Jeremiah, not Artur is to be their name.

This village is nearly all interiors, tight shots of hallways, lobbies and antechambers in various shades of white, green and blue. 

original title: K
country: China, United Kingdom
year: 2015
genre: fiction
directed by: Emyr ap Richard, Darhad Erdenibulag
film run: 86'
screenplay: Emyr ap Richard
cinematography by: Matthieu Laclau
film editing: Jia Zhang-Ke
art director: Emyr ap Richard, Darhad Erdenibulag
costumes designer: Yang Yunyi, Liu Shuwei
producer: Jia Zhang-Ke
co-producer: Emyr ap Richard, Justine O
production: Xstream Pictures, East Light Film Limited, Beijing Y&Y Film Development Co.,Ltd.
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