Susu has been selected by the 41st Montreal World Film Festival in the First Films World Competition. More than 100 news articles have been published across major media channels, including BBC World Service, Montreal Festival Official Radio, China Xinahua News Agency, China News Agency, China Daily, Netease News, Sina Entertainment and many more.

Weipaipian: ‘Female director Yixi Sun’s debut selected by the Montreal World Film Festival’
The main shooting location is an English heritage mansion built in the 16 century, together with the millennium bridge on the Thames, the attractions of British countryside view, and the Georgian terrace houses where ‘Paddington Bear’ is shot form the British background of the film. Meanwhile, the use of Chinese Kunqu Opera, costume, and water ink painting also adds a touch of ‘Chineseness’ that compliments the main characters’ upbringing in China.
Sina Entertainment: ‘Female director Yixi Sun’s debut selected by the Montreal World Film Festival’
The international cooperation is reflected in all parts of the filmmaking. The British producer of the film Norman J Warren is an famous and established horror film director since the 1960s; the cast comprises aspiring Chinese actress and established British actors; French composer Fabien Garosi worked closely with Hong Kong born composer Wan Pin Chu for the original sound tracks. There is much international cooperation. Additionally, Director Yixi emphasized that the film used one of the most reputable postproduction company, recording sound with multi-awarded team in Bulgaria, are all part of the objective for the film to be a high-quality production.