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Kyu-ri always has had a difficult time with people’s assumptions about her based on her pretty face, while Jung-sun is often mistaken for a guy due to her plain, androgynous look. On opposite ends of the spectrum of people’s biased views on female appearance, they suffer and even get hurt. Through the use of a casual but well-structured story, the film examines widely-accepted preoccupations with female looks by problematizing society’s preconceptions. (Billy Choi)
Kim Eun-jinKim Eun-jin
Born in 1981, Kim Eun-jin finished her film studies at Korean National University of Arts in 2005. Since she wrote, directed and edited her first short film 301 in 2000, she made 2 other short works; Interview (2001) and Chicks don’t Fly (2003).