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Angry Man is a film about secrets that shouldn’t be secrets. When the mommy-fish dies, Boj has had enough, and gets power from his own fantasy to go further.
Boj has a secret that shouldn’t be a secret in his heart. When the mommy-fish died because of daddy that became ’Angry Man’, it gets so hard for Boj to keep the secret any longer. Boj knows that the words mommy used to repeat as if they were a magic spell, ”It’s going to be all right”, is not true. Boj draws strength from his own fantasy to face up to the truth and to stand against ‘Angry Man’. This film is a beautiful puppet animation that expresses the influence of domestic violence from a child’s point of view. (CHO Hye-young)
Anita KILLIAnita KILLI
Born in 1968 in Norway, Anita KILLI graduated from the National College of Art and Design with main subject animation in 1996. She has established and is running her own animation studio, Trollfilm AS. Her film The Hedge of Thorns has received numerous international awards.