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서울국제여성영화제

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20th(2018)



Observation and Memory

LEE Som Yi

  • Korea
  • 2018
  • 12min
  • DCP
  • color/black and white
  • Experiment, Documentary

The first scene is reminiscent of the film Bipolar Disorder (2012), a film about the director who had been sexually harassed by an old man when she was young and suffered from bipolar disorder. In the first scene, the director of Bipolar Disorder stares into the camera and bursts out in tears. However, in this film, the director sits sideways but still tries to speak. The film starts from the victim’s face, which is the hardest evidence. The sound, image, unclear reenactment, and monologue seem to be directly linked with the memory and senses in her own brain. [KWON Eunhye]

Director

  • LEE Som YiLEE Som Yi

    LEE Som Yi studied film at the Seoul Institute of the Arts and currently studying documentary filmmaking at Korea National University of the Arts. In 2014, she directed Observation and Memory, her debut film, and began to remake the film again in 2018 for special reasons. 

    eyes3145@gmail.com

     

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