Bio-filmography of Director：
graduated from the China Academy of Art in 2011.Drawing and animating independent comics and films are two of my greatest loves, Appreciation for art, film, music, literature, philosophy and other aspects that relate to a wider area is my best quality.
This film talks about anxiety and self. It tries to express some thoughts of Zen through the modern form. Relationships and desire are both mentioned, as well as Zen and metaphysical relationship.
Many elements of the story are based on a Buddhist tale of someone who was shot with a poisoned arrow. Others want to pull the arrow from his body, but he must first make sure what the composition of the curare is as well as the archer's sex, height and weight. The person finally dies from the poison -before he is able to find out all the answers he needs.
In the film, the journey of Flying Teeth searching for the missing reflection of his front is dealing with metaphysical expressions, The action of tearing out his heart means that he has abandoned finding the metaphysical , and turned inward.
The story is about a young man named Flying Teeth, who can not find the reflection of the front of his body in any mirror. What always appears in the mirror is the image of his back as he gazes into it. This deeply disturbs the man to the point that his anxiety becomes thick smog bellowing out of his heart. So, he decides to take a journey in order to find the missing image of his front. During his trip he encounters a man alone by a campfire and as he feels the anxiety grow within his heart he can no longer keep himself from attacking the man and stealing his motorcycle. Afterwards, Flying Teeth rides the bike through a hand-shaped tunnel and later takes a boat through an ocean of diamonds… In the end he tears out his exhausted heart and gives up searching for his missing reflection and realizes the real problem is his own desire.