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Jiayi is a left-behind child. Her parents work outside all the year round, and each short meeting with them affects her young heart. After a long journey with grandfather to visit her working parents, Jiayi cries quietly on her father’s lap when leaving. After the Spring Festival, her mother goes out early to work. She does not say goodbye because she is secretly hiding in the bed crying.
However, life goes on and Jiayi still needs to forget the sadness after her parents leave. She happily plays with her classmates and coaxes her younger brother like an adult after mischievously teasing him to cry. Each day, Jiayi and her brother are wandering between crying and laughing, growing up between pain and joy.
On Children’s Day, Jiayi wears a red dress for dancing performance and is particularly beautiful. However, she returns home only to find her brother missing. Gasping for breath, she runs through the heavy rain to find her brother…
Length: 76 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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