The film juxtaposes the interviewing voices of queer individuals with the images of the spaces they stay in. These spaces are diverse, from a tent in a living room where one lives all their life, a share house just for queer individuals, to a home decorated by couples. These spaces are etched with their individual identity, values, and life purpose; but one commonality they all share is that these rooms are havens that protect individuals from external oppression and is a resting space before branching outside. [KIM Kyungtae]
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KWON AramKWON Aram
KWON Aram completed the Mediact Independent Documentary program and directed F word, a film about the feminist movement in universities. She co-directed To become 2 (2013), a documentary that chronicled the transition of a MTF transgendered person, and was the assistant director of Itaewon (2016), a documentary about the lives and spaces of the women who lived in the military camp town of Itaewon. She also directed 463 – Poem of the lost (2018), a documentary about Thailand’s Japanese military comfort women brothels.