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Synopsis Program Note
Staying in bed till late on a cold winter’s afternoon, Eujin finds a small dust kid. She decides to do the cleaning she has been putting off for so long. Cleaning every corner of her room, she keeps finding other dust kids here and there, and starts clearing them up one by one. Just when she thinks she has cleaned up her room and the dust kids are all gone now, she comes face to face with another one....
One winter day, Eujin finds little dust kids on the bed when she wakes up. They look like her. She tries to clean them up but they constantly appear all over the house. It seems that her own shape, which she had forgotten or tried to forget at least for the time being, came to her to insist that she look back. Regardless how hard she cleans, the dust kids quickly come back to the room. This film is a simple but polished animation that brings us the moment of self-examination in our daily lives. It was invited to Cannes, 2009. (PARK Mi-young)
JUNG Yu-miJUNG Yu-mi
Majored in Fine Arts at Kookmin University and graduated from Korean Academy of Film Art in 2006. Her film entitled My Small Doll House won the Grand prix at Mise-en-Scène Short Film Festival, department of ‘The Extreme Nightmare’. Latest work Math Test is nominated at the Berlin International Film Festival, Berlinale Shorts.