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Peaceful Eden. Birds sing in blossoming trees, and deer linger in the meadows. However, peace is soon broken by the human who devours everything. Endless human greed destroys all living creatures - on land and in water. What remains at the end of that violent greed is mutual destruction. This film deserves attention in that it broadens feminism’s interest beyond women to nature, environment and peace. (Jay SOHN)
KIM Hye-wonKIM Hye-won
KIM studied animation at Hongik University and directed A Note in 2002. Her recent animation Eden was invited to the Annecy International Animated Film Festival as well as the Mise-en-scène Short Film Festival, Korea, in 2008, and was awarded the Best Short Film Prize from the Green Film Festival in Seoul.