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Seven years old and full of curiosity, Young-hee appears to be precocious but is only innocently mimicking the adults around her. One day after she and her mother are beaten by her unfaithful father, Young-hee tries to console her severely beaten mother by giving her mother a cigarette. (Kim Hea-seung)
RYOU Eun-jungRYOU Eun-jung
Born in Chung-ju in 1974 and graduated from Chung-ang University with major in filmmaking, RYOU Eun-jung currently continues her studies at the graduate school of advanced imaging science, multimedia and film at Chung-ang. She worked as a continuity clerk on the production of a feature film Tube (2003). Her filmography includes Anidrosis (1996) and Smoked-flavored Life (2004). Her short film Smoke-flavored life won various awards at the film festivals in Korea and abroad, including a Jury Special Mention at the 27th Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival in France, The Best Short Film Award at the 11th Cinema Tout Ecran in Switzerland and the Best Drama Award at the 14th Aspen Film Festival in USA.