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Three friends enjoy a beautiful, pastoral life. One day, strange people arrive via plane and give them a machine and a pump. Feed a coin into the machine and it makes everything you need; the pump makes coins by absorbing light. Increasingly addicted to the convenience the machine provides, the three friends never stop pumping, and their beautiful world begins to lose its light. (Kim Hea-seung)
Jung Seung-heeJung Seung-hee
Born in Kwangju in 1970, she majored in painting at Hongik University and then attended the Graduate School of Communication & Arts at Yonsei Univ. Her films include Hu-gi (1998), Now, Here (1998), Lost Space (1999) and Jungle (2001). Jungle was screened at numerous film festivals worldwide.