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A woman is tempted by a flower and loses her seed (her ego).
It is hard to keep our egos when we pursue our dreams. The director projects the struggle to do so to seeds (ego), trees (thoughts and dreams), and flowers (temptation), showing creative imagination about mental space and unique characters. The different natures of 2D and 3D merge into a harmony and give a spectacle to the film as they materialize the course of finding our egos. (CHO Hye-young)
PARK Jae-youngPARK Jae-young
PARK Jae-young graduated from Inje University and currently is enrolled in Chung-Ang University. Her works include Hello, Nature and End. Find Me was screened in many film festivals such as 2008 Indie-AniFest and PISAF.