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This is a documentary that takes a serious look at love, marriage, and family through the lives of three women from different generations. It features their everyday conversations and the songs of women or grandmothers of the first generation, who are not uneducated but generous and witty. The younger generations are independent and confident, sharing their lives and thoughts with their grandmother. (Kim Hea-seung)
Lee Ching-huiLee Ching-hui
Lee has been an independent filmmaker since 1996. She studied at the Graduate Institute of Sound & Image Studies in Documentary at the National Tainan College of the Arts. Now she is a lecturer at Chaoyang University of Technology and National Chinan University. Her filmography includes Returning (1996), Where Is My Home? (1998) and Series of the Forest Dream (2002).