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A yellow bird is locked in a cage. Looking at the bird, Mom has sad eyes. However, in the next scene, it is not the bird but Mom who is locked in. Mom wanted to fly away like a yellow bird, but could not leave. Daughter, now a mother herself, remembers and understands her Mom in those days looking at a yellow bird in front of her. How many women have been shackled by the weight of the name, ‘Mother’? This film shows us that weight through beautiful black-and-white animation. (Jay SHON)
KIM SunahKIM Sunah
Born in South Jeolla province, 1984, KIM graduated from Dongguk University majoring in Film and Digital Media in 2008. She directed her debut film An Angel of Mine in 2006.