The term \"passing rain\" denotes rain that falls briefly on a sunny day. In this film, it also denotes the dilemma of whether one girl\'s awkward but brave overtures of love to another girl will lead to a new relationship. Using the metaphor of a hot summer day, the director describes the unsettled passions of two girls who have just discovered romantic desire, using a dramatic twist at the end to resolve the entangled desires of a lesbian and a straight girl. The moment of uncertainty hangs tranquil and suspended like passing rain. (KWON Eun-sun)
KIM Myoung-hwaKIM Myoung-hwa
Born in 1997 in Geochang, Gyungnam province, KIM Myoung-hwa once studied filmmaking at Hoseo University. Her short Still… Summer (2005) was screened at the short film competition section of the 5th Mise-en-Scene Short Film Festival (2006) and also at the competition section of Busan Asian Short Film Festival (2006).