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|Asian Spectrum: Post 98 Indonesian Women’s Cinema (9)||Polemics: Maternity in Question (6)|
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Synopsis Program Note
A seven years old child starts to cry out of the blue. For what? A camera goes into the tears of the child.
An obscure image flickers as the film starts. The voice of a counselor resonates as he confidently throws questions to figure out what the problem is. But the voice of a mother and daughter who take the counseling is hardly heard. At one point, the image of a daughter appears and she bursts into tears. Her crying seems to bear many meanings. She becomes the voice of the crying itself expressing her oppressed inner world. All the different images that have been bound till then explode. (CHO Hye-young)
HWANG Sun-sookHWANG Sun-sook
Graduated from Hongik University, Department of Oriental Painting and Graduate School of Media at Sogang University. She produced numerous animation films including Mannequin, Dream of Breath etc. And she made the experimental films like Saw the Life of Oharu, Father’s Father’s etc. They were presented at London International Animation Festival, Busan Asian Short Film Festival and others.