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      REMOTE CONTROL

A feature film

New Current Award of Busan IFF 2013

Winner of Prince Claus Film Fund Grant 2009
Hubert Bals Fund Development Grant 2009 

Co-Producer: Lucas Rosant, France

           

Synopsis

Remote Control is the story of Tsog, a runaway boy who wants to take control of his dream-world and his harsh reality with the help of a remote control.

Tsog’s family has resettled from the deep countryside to a small train station near the Mongolian capital city of Ulan Bator. To support his family, Tsog resells the neighbor’s milk in the city. Tsog is nicknamed “Birdie” for his passion for flying.

After a senseless fight between his parents, Tsog runs away and makes a new home for himself on the rooftop of a city apartment building. He holds silent dialogues with the windows across from his little hideaway. 

The subject of Tsog’s yearning becomes a beautiful young woman, Anu, living opposite his little nest. 

Armed with the remote control Tsog starts to control the TV in Anu’s flat but once having this little taste of power he wants to manipulate lives.  He launches on a delusional power trip.

Illusions and Tsog’s attempt to rule Anu’s feeling collapses as a man appears in her apartment. Despair and misery tempt Tsog to take revenge and sends young gangs to Anu’s apartment.

By the end Tsog decides to face the reality and saves Anu’s flat from robbery using the remote control for the last time. Then he lets go of the painful experience of his first love by dropping the remote control from the rooftop…

 
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