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Doo Doo

An irresponsible young couple got a possessed doll by accident, the doll quickly turns into an extremely high maintenance baby overnight, the couple must learn to care for this newly born before it wreaks havoc on their lives.

  • Jack HSU
  • Jack HSU
  • Dio WANG
  • Uilin ONG
  • Kiwi WANG
    Key Cast
  • Ting-yu LIN
    Key Cast
  • Tz-yang WEI
    Director of Photography
  • 7ucky XIE
  • Yi-chun TSAI
    Original Music
  • Ming-jen HSIEH
    Art Director
  • Ryan CHOU
    Costume Designer
  • Allen KANG
    Sound Designer
  • Shu-pang KAO
    Visual Effects
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    17 minutes 46 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 8, 2023
  • Production Budget:
    60,000 USD
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Distribution Information
  • The Graduate Co., Ltd
    Country: Taiwan
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Jack HSU

Born and raised in Chiayi Taiwan, except a few years living abroad during childhood, later studied film at SHU. Acquired the capability of getting the most out of limited time and budget while working as a first AD before becoming a fulltime director. Combining global perspectives with experiences from multiple major productions, an entirely out of the box creativity and unique narration was moulded.

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Director Statement

To breed, or not to breed, that is the question.

Our world is plagued by frequent global conflicts, rampant infectious diseases, natural and man-made calamities. Humanity is facing an existential crisis, yet the deadliest invisible killer might just be the low birth rate. A serious phenomenon of low birth rates in today's society, especially in Taiwan with its lowest birth rate in the world, people come up with all sorts of "reasons" for not having children, they tend to view reproduction as the root of all problems in life. This ideology of prioritising personal gain over the greater good leads people to see children as their biggest enemy in life!

This film exaggerates problems faced by parents in a hilarious fashion, emphasises that issues may be daunting but not unsolvable. Children are not our enemies, and it is everyone's responsibility to continue the human species. Make love, not war!