|Directed by Julia Kwan|
|Canada, 2001 (fiction, 22 minutes, colour, English)|
"Julia Kwan's Three Sisters on Moon Lake combines the lyricism of Chinese myths with the heartbreaking imagination of young girls. When the mother of three Chinese-Canadian sisters kills a rat, they raise the rodent to the status of Rat Goddess to whom they offer gifts. But the Rat Goddess is unable to protect the girls from imminent tragedy."
-- Liz Czach (source)