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서울국제여성영화제

사이트맵

Drifting Letters

트레일러 재생

JEON Boreum

  • Korea
  • 2019
  • World Premiere
  • 36min
  • G
  • DCP
  • color
  • Documentary

The film follows the situation in which a family has drifted, and conveys the sense of drifting that the family members feel. The story starts with an indebted family leaving home. The parents close down their academy and start greenhouse farming. However, they still can’t get rid of the debt—rather, the debt penetrates into their new home and workplace. Their lifestyle, the appearance of their house, and the nature of their labor completely change. “Can a ‘house’ be comprised of only one room?” poses the director, but instead of finding a clear answer only a few options are available. For instance, the family gets dogs named Baya and Heuro when they move to the farm and soon after, the dogs make a family of their own. There may still only be one room but their life continues in the drifting house and their family continues to increase in number. In the meantime, the director decides to observe the seemingly undecipherable father. [JEONG Jihye]

schedule

Code Time Theater Grade
301 2019-09-01 | 10:00 - 11:32 MEGABOX SangamWorldcup 3 GV
518 2019-09-03 | 17:00 - 18:32 MEGABOX SangamWorldcup 9 GV

Director

  • JEON Boreum
    JEON Boreum is studying documentary film-making at the Korea National University of Arts. JEON directed House Video(2016) employing images of 'cradles’ and ‘graves' found in vinyl greenhouses collected during her time living in a farm village. She gathers fragments of society and families, and creates works that archive micro-histories.

WORLD SALES

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