|Opening Film (1)||New Currents (28)|
|Asian Spectrum: The Coming of Age in Asian Women Filmmaking (16)||Polemics: The Constellation of the Violence against Women (12)|
|Actress, Muse with a Movie Camera (7)||Queer Rainbow: Queer×Feminism (10)|
|Open Cinema (5)||Special Screening: Technology and Gender – Virtual Present, Actual Future (2)|
|NAWFF AWARD 2012 (1)||Asian Short Film & Video Competition (18)|
|Documentary Ock Rang Award (1)||Multicultural Media Academy: Talk! Talk! Wings Grow (5)|
|Special Screening: Barrier Free Screening / Promise for 10 Years (3)|
Synopsis Program Note
Da-young is in love with the man living across the street. Da-young’s grandmother Young-sook wants to see her ex-husband again. Da-young envies her friend wearing a bra so she steals her grandmother’s bra and wears it, then goes to the man she loves to confess her fondness for him. Meanwhile, Young-sook hopes to see her ex-husband in her prettiest look but he is in a critical condition.
What is it about women’s breasts? And brassieres that hold them up? Da-young, who is temporarily staying with her grandmother, feels like her heart skips a beat around her crush Min-suk, the boy across the street who is good at soccer. Her grandmother is buoyant with expectations about seeing her ex-husband again, who is now sick and married to someone else. It’s d-day at last. After much contemplation, Da-young and her grandmother put on their brassieres before setting out to meet the two men separately. However, in front of Min-suk, Da-young’s heart bursts, and while waiting endlessly for her ex-husband, her gandmother’s heart collapses. What is to be done about these brassieres that pose problems whether they are on and off? [SIM Hye-kyong]
WON Jan-diWON Jan-di
Directed a short film Drawing Room in 2010. Her 2011 short film Be Dyed was invited to the Non-Competition Section at Seoul International Youth Film Festival.