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서울국제여성영화제

사이트맵

ARCHIVE

14th(2012)



Cheung

KIM Jung-in

  • Korea
  • 2012
  • 17min
  • HD
  • color
  • 드라마

One exciting afternoon, Hong can’t help pretending not to see her blind father.

 


 

Hong, an elementary school child who lives only with her father, is a bit embarrassed of her loving but blind father. Hong has difficulty getting along with other children in school but makes a new friend. On one afternoon when Hong was playing with other children for a change, her father comes to look for her. What is it that she sees at the moment that she closes her eyes as a tagger in front of her father? It is a film that makes us think about the meaning of not being able to see and choosing not to see in a visual culture greedy for images, which makes the act of not seeing unbearable. It is also worth paying attention to a child’s delicate depiction of emotions and the fresh reinterpretation of The Story of Shim Cheung. (KIM Hyeyoung)

Director

  • KIM Jung-inKIM Jung-in

    Born in 1985. In 2007, she entered School of Film, TV & Multimedia at Korea National University of Arts.

Credit

  • ProducerLEE Hyun-bin
  • Cast SEO Da-in
  • Screenwriter KIM Jung-in
  • Cinematography HA Hye-jung
  • Art director KWON Woo-ri
  • Sound LEE Ko-eun, JUNG Han-jin