As a fifteen-year-old Cantonese descent, Quan tries hard to fit into his adoptive home in Wales. On a dark winter morning on the school bus, his sister's nagging disrupts his routine and he is thrown into the situation he fears the most. The film is a three-time BAFTA winner Daniel Mulloy's second work and exhibits the creator's extraordinary talent through the depiction of human relations between people in the closed countryside in the setting of a school bus that runs through dreamlike mountains.
Daniel Mulloy studied fine art in London and New York, graduating in 2001. He is primarily interested in people, and like his paintings his films reflect this. With the sale of his graduation show Mulloy shot his first short, Dance Floor, which won many accolades, including an award that gave him the finance to shoot his next short as well as a BAFTA Wales for Best Newcomer. Mulloy's second film, Sister, released in 2005, won another BAFTA and a slew of awards internationally. Antonio's Breakfast premiered in Sundance in 2006 and has again gained international acclaim and won Mulloy his third BAFTA for Best Short Film.
Shorts "Dad" - 2006 "Antonio's Breakfast" - 2005 "Sister" - 2004/5 "Dance Floor" - 2001