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On a holiday, out of her childhood memory, Mis. Anom, who leads a tedious life, visits the house in her childhood. But the house crumbled down, and the ground is under construction. Getting sullen, Anom sits on a chair to fall asleep. When she awakes, she finds herself in the past standing in front of her.
A film that wittily and vivaciously unfolds the story of typical businessman Mr. so-and-so‘s special day with a unique sense of humor. With the contrasting juxtaposition of the protagonist Mr. so-and-so, who is portrayed as a deadpan and expressionless man, and his younger version, who always has a bright cheery smile on his face, the film consoles the adult audience who are living a mundane and boring life every day. The film spends some time to show the filmmaking of what would be this film’s epilogue during the credits, which was also thoroughly enjoyable and delightful to watch, as it allowed the audience to hold back their laughter as they witnessed the filmmaking process. (BAE Ju-yeon)
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Having grown up under two theater and stage actor parents, I have always been exposed to a variety of performing arts and therefore was naturally always drawn to the arts. After trying out and pursuing different interests, I discovered that films were my true passion. I am still diligently living with that passion and interest. If I, as a woman, an adolescent, graduate of an alternative school, and in some way a social minority, am able to present a different and refreshing perspective with my films to the audience, it would be nice if I could be that person.