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  • Korea
  • 2021
  • 112min
  • DCP
  • Color
  • Fiction
  • G

SYNOPSIS

After her husband’s sudden passing, Min-hee moves to Jeju Island with a few unresolved questions in mind. She settles into the house he had always wanted, and gets to know a neighbor named Mok-ha and her twenty-year-old son, Tae-kyung. She takes a liking to self-confident and exuberant Mok-ha, but at the same time, has odd feelings toward Tae-kyung. As Min-hee learns more about them, she is swept over by turbulence of emotions.

PROGRAM NOTE

Minhee moves to Jeju Island that her late husband used to love. She mourns even there and befriends her neighbors Mokha and her son Taekyeong. Confident and bold Mokha approaches Minhee, and somehow, Mokha's son seems familiar to Minhee. When her late husband's relationship to Mokha and Taekyeong is revealed, it seems like the women are rivaling for a dead husband. Minhee is introvert and quiet while Mokha is sonorous and brave. The energy of Yoo Da-in and Cho Eun-ji who play such contrasting characters drives the film to an unexpected place.(Kim Songhee)​

DIRECTOR

Lee Young-ah

Born in Seoul in 1973, Lee graduated from Korea University with a Bachelor’s degree in Korean Literature in 1996. She graduated in 2015 from the Korean Academy of Film Arts as the 31st batch with a major in Film Directing as well. 

  • ProducerKim Kyoung-soo
  • CastYoo Da-in, Cho Eun-ji, Hah Kyoung
  • ScreenwriterLee Young-ah
  • CinematographerLee Joo-hwan
  • EditorLee Young-ah
  • MusicPyo Chang-hoon
  • SoundWaveLab

Schedule

TimeRTTheaterCodeRateSubQ&ALive ConcertTicket
2022-08-14  13:00112CGV Jecheon 2311GE QA-Go