With a deep story and rich details, the film tells the story of Eun-hui, a second-grade middle schooler living in Seoul in 1994, as she connects to the world. Through the film the viewer can be reminded of their own memories of the past. At a time of prosperity when happiness seemed to be everywhere, Eun-hui's family plants the seeds of misfortune. Schools, a central part of that world, strictly divide students by their grades. Eun-hui fails to live with her surrounding relationships and feels as if she is walking on a bridge in an incomprehensible world in which she tries to find space to breathe. (HAN Song-yi)
[Screening Information]-Theater Screening / 11.27(Fri) 15:30 / Alps Cinema 2
Kim Bo-ra is a Korean filmmaker with an MFA in film directing from Columbia. Her debut feature, House of Hummingbird, won the Grand Prix for Best Feature Film at the 69th Berlin International Film Festival Generation 14 plus, and won NETPAC and Audience awards at the 23rd Busan International Film Festival.
Alps Cinema 2