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서울국제여성영화제

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ARCHIVE

13th(2011)



Working on Saturday

KOO Eun-ji

  • Korea
  • 2011
  • 17min
  • HD
  • color
  • 드라마

In the hot Saturday afternoon, when an Internet service engineer arrives at the house of an applicant for service, a little girl stays home alone. Is the kind of a usual incident easily predictable going to happen? The film seems to hesitate for a while but sends the guy into the house. The story unfolds in a little different direction, keeping the precarious tension.


 

 

In the hot Saturday afternoon, when an internet service engineer arrives at the house of an applicant for service, a little girl stays home alone. Is the kind of a usual incident easily predictable going to happen? The movie seems to hesitate for a while but sends the guy into the house. The story unfolds in a little different direction, keeping the precarious tension. The bored, lonely girl won’t let go of the man even after his job is done and he can’t refuse her earnest request. Though the atmosphere is a little weird and charged with something risky, nothing happens in the movie and eventually it reaches another extreme situation. However, the movie does not choose a way to directly show the extreme end. This is a smart film that manages to escape the precariousness but at the same time supports itself with the very precariousness. (NAM Da-eun)

Director

  • KOO Eun-jiKOO Eun-ji

     

Credit

  • ProducerKOO Eun-ji
  • Cast BYUN Yo-han, PARK Seo-yeon
  • Screenwriter KOO Eun-ji
  • Cinematography KIM Ki-june
  • Art director JUNG Han-jin
  • Editor CHOI Kyung-yoon
  • Music KOO Eun-ji
  • Sound KOO Eun-ji