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Synopsis Program Note
However much I may try, I could not erase your face. I miss you more and more.
Under the layer of tears, this film paints a picture of You, whom I miss but are so far away, and whom I try to erase but never goes away. This lyrical animation misses the lost with Lucid Fall’s song ‘Your Face, Your Face’ playing as background music. But your face, being lost, cannot be fully mourned as it already became part of me, which brings narcissistic melancholy. Lucid Fall sings: are you a piece cut from me? Or are you a flame burnt from me? (CHO Hye-young)
JO Su-jinJO Su-jin
Graduated from Korea National University of Arts, School of Film and Multimedia, majoring in Animation. Her film entitled On the Day… was presented at numerous international film festivals. Especially, A Path of Tears was screened interfilm - International Short Film Festival Berlin, Puchon International Student Animation Festival, International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul.