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World Premiere Synopsis Program Note
From early childhood, Do-yeon has heard negative words about her father from mother. Now she becomes estranged from the father.
With a mother who is always unhappy with her husband and never fails to say negative things about him, Do-yeon gradually finds herself estranged from her father. In school, she does not open up to anyone, and only concentrates on improving her grades. By showing the audience several episodes that shed light on Do-yeon\'s relationship problems with her family and friends and her anxiety over
her grades, the film depicts the angsts of teenhood in a natural way. [KANG Ba-da]
PARK Sang-ahPARK Sang-ah
She is majoring in Filmmaking at Gyeonggi Art High School. As a staff, she participated in 17 films’ production and as a director, she made two short films.