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Yeon-joo lives with her grandmother after her parents got divorced. “Taking Vacation Photos with Parents” is her assignment for fall vacation. She does not want to let anyone know about her parents’ divorce.
Ever since her parents’ divorce, 11-year-old Yeon-joo has been living with her grandmother. For fall vacation, she is assigned homework called “Taking Vacation Photos with your Parents.” This film is told completely from a child’s point of view, calling back to when stickers, slap-match picture cards, and vacation homework are more important than anything else in the world. Actress CHOI Soo-in, who surprised everyone from her performance in The World of Us, once again wonderfully portrays a girl with a complicated psychology. The pastel colors of the film depict the bright and warm world of an child, but the open ending of the film leaves the audience with a peculiar feeling and a lingering sense of melancholy. (CHO HyeYoung)
JEONG Ga-youngJEONG Ga-young
Born in Ulsan in 1993, JEONG Ga-young graduated from Cheongju University as a film major. Directed the short film Change of the Season for her final graduation project.