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A girl, who is in a coma for years, experiences her first menstruation just like any other girl of her age. Now that her body has reached puberty, what would be on her mind? And what would be on the mind of the doctor looking at her ‘body’ that he saved? The lawsuit on her accident has been going on for years. What would be on her mother’s mind looking at her unconscious daughter? (Kim Hea-seung)
Shin Eun-youngShin Eun-young
Born in 1975 in Seoul, Shin studied Management at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science & Technology and continued her studies at the Korean National University of Arts studying filmmaking. Her shorts include Dream (1999), In Late Spring, or Early Summer (2000), Farewell to Her (2000), The Dead Square (2000) and Lesson (2001).