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A middle-aged woman is on her way home from a grocery store. She sits down for a while to take a rest. She is refreshed by the breeze, but happens to lose a watermelon. Back home, she hurries to make dinner while her mother-in-law chides her endlessly. Exhausted, she dozes off sitting on a threshold. The banality of everyday life and the delicate quality of a woman’s psychology intersect to the last twist. (Kim Hea-seung)
Jung Hee-sungJung Hee-sung
Born in 1969, Jung studied Theater & Film at Kyung Sung University and continued her studies at the Korean Academy of Film Art. She directed Pause (1994), Man’s Pride (1996), We Are Hopeless (1999) and Park Life (2001).