Ruosi Han


This graduate thesis film, Mr. Perfect is a 21-minute feature film. As the progress of economic, science and education in modern society, women's lives are changing. Their become to be more ambitious in career; they started to try different ways of division of work in family; they get higher vision for life, especially for marriage. However, in such a fast-paced, multi-tasked, high-pressure, and high-energy environment, successful businesswomen become very tired and begin to lose themselves in the life of substance and money unconsciously. Under certain situations, a great number of them still remain single to an old age after achieving their materialistic goals.

This story is about a successful woman, a typical example, but even more than that, a narrative film, which shows her outlook on life and sense of values. The film was shot in HD format using DSLR camera, Canon 5D Mark II, edited in Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Pro Tools.

This paper discusses the whole production processes, goals, and the actual legwork from its original conceptions to the film's first official screening at RIT.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Motion picture authorship; Motion pictures--Production and dicrection; Short films--Technique; Short films--Themes, motives; Businesswomen--Drama; Single women--Drama

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School of Film and Animation (CIAS)


Malcolm Spaull

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Skip Battaglia

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Peter Kiwitt


Physical copy available from RIT's Wallace Library at PN1996 .H35 2014


RIT – Main Campus

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