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A mother and her daughter-in-law prepare food together but they are not at all happy with each other. They are both nameless but called, ‘Moondy’. The mother repeatedly scolds her daughter-in-law for her lack of experience. There is a language barrier: the mother can’t speak English and the daughter-in-law can’t speak Korean. The day is horrible. As she is being scolded, the daughter-in-law escapes by looking at a painting of her husband on the wall. But love has a way of smoothing over differences. Whether the differences concern dialect, sacrifice for ancestors, or woman migrant, the camera captures the two women who address each other by the name, ‘Moondy.’ (PARK Seojin)
JUNG Hae-simJUNG Hae-sim
JUNG graduated from Sejong University with a major in Film Art and finished her MA studies in film making at the London Film School. She received the SIYFF Eyes Award at the Seoul International Youth Film Festival with her short film UFO(2003), and has directed more short films including Switch(2004) and My Happy Ending (2005).