PERFECTION [Short Films, 2004]

PERFECTION [Short Films, 2004]

“I’m just trying to make you more perfect.” – Mom From infancy, an Asian American woman learns the game of perfection – but if your goal is perfection, will …

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kontube00 says:

wow. . . . .? :0

Danny Shinestine says:

Wow this film is fantastically directed with an intriguing story and? background and kept my interest for the whole film:)

Bradley Bills says:

Beautiful.?

melanphilia says:

beautiful? done…beautiful idea,,,beautiful message!!

whatsnextmimi says:

Wow! Great concept!!!?

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Gee Male says:

Slick movie, but stereotypical. Asians have a great work ethic, because it is learned. See how many Asians are on welfare per capita. Hard work and education equals success. ? I can tell you right now, 52 percent of Chinese are not supporting the other 48 percent. Not going to happen.

lunatic20000 says:

and what is the? message..light me,please,cas i really didnt get it

rajesh khan says:

and? what is that message??? reply please…

Dallas Brown says:

Im thinking she had a time limit to be perfect but she knew if she kept the time limit she would crash because nobody is perfect. No matter if she reached all her goals her life would still crash just like the game does. Instead she? stopped the timer and was happy with all she accomplished and satisfied with her life therefore making perfection of her life. Thats just my take on it

Dallas Brown says:

Im thinking she had a time limit to be perfect but she knew if she kept the time limit she would crash because nobody is perfect. No matter if she reached all her goals her life would still crash just? like the game does.? Instead she stopped the timer and was happy with all she accomplished and satisfied with her life therefore making perfection of her life. Thats just my take on it

1234galoregalore says:

That’s the point of the film. It’s tackling that stereotype & the fact that it IS one. Great work ethic is more than “learned” but psychological pressures, & hard work + education does not always equal “success” unless you define that by societal standards by the norm. And hard work for one person is? going to be different for another who suffers from racial oppression, as do several unique Asians suffer from today.

Gmoneyqdog says:

Did anyone else pick up on the fact that her Perfection game set was incomplete? Dear old Mom had intentionally withheld the central piece the entire? time so the girl would continue to strive and strive and never reach a satisfactory stopping point. Of course in reality she’d have figured that out early but it serves it’s purpose brilliantly in this film. Great work ZuZuFilms!

deanmullen10 says:

Brilliant!?

kezia king says:

great short? film

Aki Puric says:

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RAHAStudios says:

One word? Awesome! It’s so inspiring to see such a wonderful film!

Joseph Lee says:

I believe the message was don’t feel that your pressured under something or someone to rush or such but to take your time and do as much? as you can etc

MoveOutMedia says:

awsome
? job

Samuel Thomas says:

Good Team Work!?

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Sassu Dada says:

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Silvia A says:

I didn’t get it until I read the description. I wasn’t even aware of this.. It’s great knowing things from other cultures!? Nice vid

montyhades says:

How come people can’t understand? I mean is nothing new now days people are so slow to understand things but not understand something you are watching? People really are becoming more stupid? I can see that.

rosemarycardona76 says:

Shut up i like? it

ibeatufil says:

I? remember that game… Failed at it everytime

LilahBones says:

Love? this!

Agatha Xaris Villa says:

That moment at? 5:23 when she looks right at you… and tells you exactly what words cannot say… this isn’t just my story. its yours too. *chills*

PeteTheCritic says:

Wow! Power film, excellent score! You said it all? without saying a word. Bravo!

sylarmastermind says:

No words can? compete to it!

Ramona Ramirez says:

outstanding!!

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Celina Hetlelid says:

amazing, well done :)?

Mónica X. Ortigoza says:

Perfection doing always the best of the things that you want not that others want, that? is to be authentic, and that is awesome and gives satisfaction for everyone. Great example without words!!!

mercurio5 says:

perfeccion es igual a madurez . MADUREZ HUMANA?

APFC95 says:

amazing!!?

Astaulan111 says:

Did the last piece stand for? death?

Vanessa G says:

Powerful and sublime? at the same time. Bravo!

Molly Gallo says:

No, it meant that no-one or nothing is perfect, because the game was called perfection and there was a? piece missing

Nadine Al Lahham says:

I liked it so much but I would have preferred not showing the mother’s face and concentrating on her hand movement. In this case, we can focus? more on the mother as a demander for perfection. Still, good job!

strykseffect says:

Quite a powerful piece and well put together in my opinion. Congratulations.

Without wanting to distract from the work itself the Womans face was bugging me, I knew I’d seen her before. Turns out Ming Na is Chun Li from the first street fighter film. Such a refreshing change of pace and this piece conveyed more emotion then anything? in that entire film. Again, Well done.

Mike Turner says:

It stand for a nervous break down of always trying to be perfect. Then she stops it one short meaning? to let go of the little things and be able to defeat them by still striving for perfection.

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