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This film is a portrait of a Korean family living at a time in which the traditional family system and the modern one coexist. The man who is called ‘father’ in Korea seems to take absolute control over the family, but at the same time, he has no place for himself in the family. The film explores the masculinity which distorts the relationships among the family members and which enforces the strict regulation of gender in Korea. This film leads us the place of insight into and deep sympathy with pity father’s sufferance from heavy burden of patriarchy, loss and anger derived from such family relationships. This film won the Grand Prize in the Asian Short Film and Video Competition section at the 4th IWFFIS.
JO YunJO Yun
Studied Sociology in graduated school at Seoul National University. She further studied film at the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA). She focuses on connecting feminist experience involving family and gender and context of social-history with visual media. Her films include My Love, My Movie (1998), Lost Tree (1999) and An Experiment on Gender and Genre (2001). She now studies in Ph. D for film theory at Florida University.