HEO Ji-eun, LEE Kyoung-ho
So-Jin, who is training for the physical fitness test for police recruitment, is being stalked by a man, but she cannot find a strong means of confronting the situation. Meanwhile, Hyeon-Sook, who lives in the same apartment complex of So-jin, cannot get away from her violent husband. They work out in a schoolyard for their own respective reasons. The film depicts a repressing reality in which these two women can hardly escape dating violence and domestic violence. [KI Minji]
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HEO Ji-eunHEO Ji-eun
Born in 1988, HEO is a Gwangju-based filmmaker with a B. A. in Korean Language and Literature. Her films include: Replaceable, official selection for the 18th Jeonju International Film Festival, and Go Around, the closing film for the 8th Gwangju Women’s Film Festival.
LEE Kyoung-hoLEE Kyoung-ho
Born in 1984, he studied Korean Language and Literature and joined a film club in college that founded his interest in cinema. Working as a crewmember on the sets of local independent films, he has been developing his own screenplay with a goal to make powerful stories. He wrote the script for Replaceable.