Ilrok secretly lives in a tent at school to escape from her oppressive family environment. One day, she gets caught by a classmate by chance and sets up a homestay in the tent. Her classmates spend a night inside the tent, sharing their worries and growing pains with each other.
Ilrok is a high school student who believes life is a disaster, and a Bohemian, who sets up a tent at school and lives there. She becomes a confidant for her friends, listening to their concerns in her lodge and pondering her “true freedom.”
This teen film reveals that even during seemingly bright school days, everyone has their shadows. The ending reminds of the touching moments in Jeon Go-woon’s Microhabitat (2017). Despite life feeling like a disaster, let us take one step forward because our lives cannot be standardized. [LEE Seona, Cinefemme]
With a dream of becoming a film director, Yun Hyemin formed a youth film production crew at the age of eighteen. Within the team, she produced three films and directed two of them. Through the experience of film production, her dream of filmmaking became solidified, leading her to pursue professional education at an art high school in the summer of her eighteenth year.
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