The Sun Is Not Far (太陽不遠 Sunflower Occupation) was in many ways the flagship documentary which came out of the Sunflower Movement, as an anthology film consisting of a number of segments filmed by directors who were involved in the Sunflower Movement. The film includes focusing on prominent leaders of the Sunflower Movement, such as Chen Wei-Ting (陳為廷), while also zooming in at the ground level with regard to the processes which led to the politicization of Taiwanese youth, and reactions to major events of the movement such as the 324 attempted occupation of the Legislative Yuan, as well as backlash against the central leadership of the Sunflower Movement.
In some way, the film was a “crowdsourced film”, seeing as it was compiled out of footage taken by a number of participants in the Sunflower Movement, at all levels of the movement, then put together by a group of directors. Drone footage from major events of the movement is also included. The Untouchables’ Liberation Area was notably critical of the film in their book published on the Sunflower Movement, however.