Set in ancient Mongolia, a man spends years seeking redemption after abandoning his mother.
BIO: Hao Zheng is a director/writer working in both China and the US. Hao received his BFA Film Production degree at Emerson College and his MFA Directing degree at the American Film Institute Conservatory. With the support of his mentors Kevin Bright (producer, Friends) and Julian Higgins (director, House M.D.), Hao has directed many short films, music videos, and commercials with international recognition. He is currently in pre-production for a mini-series and working as a director on the Sina Burning Man Project. Other than directing, Hao has starred in many renowned Chinese TV shows and films such as Kang Xi Si Fang (2013) and Legend of Didao (2015).
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