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Song-yeon, dreaming of being an actress, wakes up in the morning with hangover. She can barely remember what happened last night. It’s not a work day nor a day off.
Song-yeon wakes up in the morning after a night of heavy drinking, but cannot remember at all how she acted the night before. After a few phone calls, she vaguely senses that something must have happened while she was intoxicated. In order to endure her time alone in a dark, small house, she watches TV, smokes cigarettes, and orders black-bean-sauce-noodles after gathering some coins from her piggy bank. Like her life had always been, nothing special happens. Through natural performances and restrained cuts, The Time of Me with Myself shows from a distance the day of an incompetent and wretched surplus underclass. (SHIN Suwon)
CHOI RinCHOI Rin
She graduated from the Department of Theater and Film at Kaywon High School of Arts in 2005 and studied film at Seoul Institute of the Arts and then graduated in 2008. The Time of Me with Myself is her second work.