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March 16, 2020 9:09 p.m.

Graduate students craft whimsical set for short film ‘Dream Lollipops’

There is more to Yichi Zhang’s lollipops than meets the eye.
These colorful lollipops, which serve as the film’s most attention-grabbing prop, offer the audience a clue to the mystery that permeates the otherwise fantastical world of “Dream Lollipops.” Zhang’s new short film revolves around 15-year-old Su and her mother Yanying, who inadvertently becomes involved in the drug trade when she begins painting lollipops with drugged pigments, unknowingly delivering them to someone involved in the drug trade every day.

By Isabel Molina

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