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|Actress, Muse with a Movie Camera (7)||Queer Rainbow: Queer×Feminism (10)|
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Synopsis Program Note
Games that lovers play.
Love Games wittily visualizes the point that “love” is a kind of “game” or a “role play” with set rules in itself. The impressive black-and-white images on the screen, with the background minimized, allow people to focus on the game that the two lovers play on screen. The gender differences subtly suggested in this role-playing game of love make the audience laugh because of their ridiculousness, or leave a bitter aftertaste, but the director\'s detailed direction that makes such a perspective come alive is quite impressive. [HONG So-in]
JOUNG Yu-miJOUNG Yu-mi
Studied Animation Directing at Korean Academy of Film Arts. My Small Doll House (2009) has been screened in the Competition section at Hiroshima International Animation Festival and at many other international film festivals. Math Test (2010), which was invited to the official short film competition section at Berlin International Film Festival.