school / gender / music / gender equality / discrimination
Chaemin and Seonhwa are friends who major in playing ajaeng, a Korean string instrument, in high school. Right before the selection of roles for their regular concert, Chaemin feels that the teacher is playing favorite with Seonhwa but overlooks it. Now in their 30s, Chaemin and Seonhwa run into each other in the lobby of a concert theater.
Where did all those women who used to be active in the arts and sports go after graduating from school? What kind of experiences did the field of education offer them? These are the kind of questions that //Frontman/ wants to explore in a placid and delicate way. The film alternates between the past and present (or present and future) of Chaemin and Seonhwa, who majored in ajaeng in high school. Focusing on the event of role selection for a concert, the film then adamantly turns to the bigger and more essential underlying problems. [SON Sinae]
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MA in Moving Image at the Konkuk University
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