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서울국제여성영화제

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ARCHIVE

10th(2008)



11

JUNG July

  • Korea
  • 2008
  • 25min
  • Digi-beta
  • color
  • 스릴러


Two women meet at the local police station in Kangwha, a place bearing the brand of the patriarchal and authoritarian police state: Koh Yu-jin, a female chief officer who is underestimated by male officers because of her sex, and Oh Myung-sook, who killed her own mother and was arrested while wandering around seashore. They are connected through their conversation, sharing wounded hearts, but Oh’s silence and murmuring, which painfully express why she had to kill her mother, are ultimately illegible to the bureaucratic, result-oriented masculine system. (MAENG Soo-jin)
 

Director

  • JUNG JulyJUNG July

    July Jung graduated from the Film, Television and Multimedia program at the School of Art, Sungkyunkwan University. She continued her studies at the Korea National University of Arts, where she produced A Man under the Influenza, which received the Sonje Award at the Busan International Film Festival in 2007. Her short film, 11, was invited to the International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul. After proving her potential with The Dog that Came into my Flashlight, Jung makes her feature directorial debut with A Girl at my Door.

Credit

  • ProducerHAN Kyeong-ji
  • Cast CHOI Hui-jin, CHOO Gui-jung
  • Screenwriter JUNG July
  • Cinematography LEE Kun-sol
  • Art director SEO Rak-won
  • Editor LEE Yeong-lim
  • Sound LEE Jong-bum