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Good Morni MIT

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  • Taiwan
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105 min
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  • Ecological conservation


Amidst the deep mountain ranges shrouded in mist resides a peculiar and feather-footed tiny creature. Having existed on Earth for over a billion years, they have witnessed the flourishing of dinosaurs, the destruction they wrought, and the rise of human beings.

Despite its size, Taiwan is home to five unique species of Formosan salamanders, all of which are endemic to the island.

The film takes us on a journey into the forest alongside dedicated researchers who have spent over 17 years exploring and studying the wild terrain. In their quest to find the endemic salamanders of Taiwan, they persistently turn over stones in the forest, with some even sacrificing their lives on the mountains in the pursuit of this goal.

Festivals & Awards

2023 Taipei Film Awards - nominated best documentary



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