The director meets and has conversations with those, including the director herself, who resist the age of violence and hatred. The issues they stand against are various: from entering an arts university to run up against military culture, to the Sewol ferry disaster which destroyed what little faith there was in the country, to the misogynic murder case of a woman in Gangnam station. The film inquiries into your and my pain, into the struggles we face, and most importantly into the possibility of change. Will the world ever be able to change? A number of appropriate hints to find the answer are scattered throughout the film. [AHN Boyoung]
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JANG SeojinJANG Seojin
JANG Seo-jin is an activist who has worked as a project manager at the nonprofit social justice organization THE NEXT for 3 years as well as a change maker at the Haja Production School, an alternative school, for 2 years after dropping out of high school. Her best known project is the NEXT QUESTION 2016, a 100-day conference that was co-organized with the Changbi School. A project that posed questions and brought together and perspectives to change the future of Korean society, NEXT QUESTION 2016 aimed to provide a space of discussion and collaboration for experts across fields, as well as young innovators.