HE/SHE

The one's a drifter, drifting in the secular world, suffocated from isolation, violence and hatred, only because the one's no man or woman, the one's a he/she. Going through true love and confusion, the one finally decided to step into the unknown.

  • Norah Xi
    Director
  • Norah Xi
    Writer
  • Qihu Qiu
    Producer
  • Sheng Qiu
    Producer
  • Huixing Li
    Producer
  • Zhe Yuan
    Executive Producer
  • Tom Liu
    Executive Producer
  • Haoxing Chen
    Key Cast
    "XiaoWu"
  • Zhiwei Cheng
    Key Cast
    "XiaoHan"
  • Yuting Liu
    Key Cast
    "Worker"
  • Naifu Cui
    Editor
  • Xinglin Meng
    Cinematography
  • Jogger Xiong
    Original Score
  • Bangdi Zhao
    Original Score
  • Junli Zhang
    Production Design
  • Zichen Xu
    Production Design
  • Yuan Cui
    Production Design
  • Mengting Ni
    Production Design
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    无性之人
  • Project Type:
    Short
  • Genres:
    Fantasy, Romance, LGBT, Short
  • Runtime:
    19 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 1, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    35,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    China
  • Country of Filming:
    China
  • Language:
    Chinese
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Norah Xi

Norah Xi, a young Chinese female director and screenwriter, known for her fantasy series Songs of Solitude.

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Director Statement

People always seem unable to tolerate things different from themselves, especially guys who they consider “different”. They either prejudice against them or worse still, destroy them, as a way of defending their “absolute correctness”. But those so-called “different” people are no different from ordinary human beings, except for those harmless “differences”. They also crave for food, love and want to become flickering clouds in the sky in an instant.
“HE/SHE” explores from the perspective of gender into people's discrimination and exclusion against the so-called “alien” group in society. Sadly, this is a mere tip of the iceberg, since any "difference” is likely to invite criticism and isolation. But don’t just give up. There is still hope on the other side of isolation, and it is hope that transcends injustice and make us complete and better individuals.