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A housewife from a seemingly peaceful family begins her day washing rice. She sets the table, works the washing machine, wipes the floor, cleans the bathroom, and cooks the meals. The boring, repetitive and monotonous house chores shield the woman from the outside world. The film effectively depicts the deadly vacant life of a woman through still images and audio. (Kim Hea-seung)
HONG Jae-heeHONG Jae-hee
She is a graduate of The Korean National University of Arts, majored in Film, TV & Multimedia. She had been writing scenario of She Is Bad. Her films include Misunderstanding (1997), How to Cross a Desert (1999), Dust (2003), which was invited at short competition in Torino Intl. Women’s Film Festival, and Lovers (2005).