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This short tale tells the story of a freshly-arrived Korean immigrant, trapped in suburban Auckland while her husband Kim is working. Su Jung befriends her neighbours who take her to their weekly swimming lessons, where she finds release in the water. But when swimming affects the cooking of dinner Kim is piqued. From 2009 Spada New Filmmaker of the Year Zia Mandviwalla, Eating Sausage was the first in a quartet of shorts exploring cross-cultural collisions (Clean Linen, Amadi and Cannes-selected Night Shift). It was selected for London and Pusan Film Festivals.

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 Zia Mandviwalla
 Annelise Coulam
 Chul Young Chung

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Festivals include:
2005 Brisbane, 2005 Vladivostok, 2005 Cinema Jove (Spain), 2005 Palm Springs, 2005 Rhode Island, 2005 Taipei Golden Horse, 2004 London, 2004 Pusan