Fish killed by an environmental pollution are reborn as human beings. However, they do not remember their past, and they start to kill one another blinded by greed then finally nobody survives. A woman watching the scene holds a funeral for the dead fish. The director intends to think about environment in an oriental worldview and it is effectively presented. (KIM Sun-ah)
LEE Han-ahLEE Han-ah
Born in Seoul in 1982, LEE Han-ah entered the department of Animation in Hanseo University in 2001. She participated in the production of an independent 2D animation Esperanto, which received the production support from KOCCA, Korea Culture and Content Agency. The animation was aired through EBS program Anitopia and on E channel. It also received the Grand Prix at the Tokyo Digital Contents Convention. Respiration is her graduation work, and she is now works as composite artist in studio b, an animation creative studio.