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Dong-ah, a girl with a scarred face, happens to meet a blind boy named Hyun-woo. After spending a day together, they come to know each other better. Their physical traumas are the metaphor for their psychological wounds. The film beautifully captures the two’s healing process, who have already been deeply hurt. Seo Young-ju, the actor from Feel Good Story which won the Grand Prize at the 6th WFFIS, plays the role of Dong-ah. (Jay Sohn)
Kim Sei-rangKim Sei-rang
Born in 1977, Kim Sei-rang graduated from Ewha Womans University and pursued her film studies at Korean National University of Arts with a major in film directing. Since her first film The Story of Coffee in 1998, she made several short films including Subway (2001), Miss Hide (2002), Rainbow Me (2003) and The Stalker (2004).