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An animated documentary about the filmmaker’s family at the dinner table on an ordinary day. Pure Soup illustrates each of the family member’s unique personality during the four courses of dinner through simple, hand-drawn images. Their trivial conversations fail to be understood by one another; nevertheless, they happily eat together and rest contently afterwards. (Kim Hea-seung)
Dalit BekermanDalit Bekerman
Born in 1977 in Israel, Dalit Bekerman graduated from the Dept. of Digital Media at Camera Obscura School of Arts in 2002 and worked at an Internet company as a digital media designer. Pour Soup won the Excellence award at the 18th Haifa International Film Festival in Israel.