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Fiction ㅣ JEONJU Lab

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KIM Dasom
Korea 100min 2K color Fiction
Production Status Scenario Development
Participation Purpose Financing, Production meeting, Distribution meeting
LOGLINE

Hyeon-jae wants to abandon her family to become Hae-in's daughter.

SYNOPSIS

Seventeen-year-old Hyeon-jae cannot understand her mother at all. Her mom hesitates to break free from dad Il-soon's violence, who pours out feelings and leans on her. It is her limit. She wanders around the neighborhood and happens to see Hae-in for the same reason. Hyeon-jae, who secretly watches Hae-in during the day she stumbles upon her, learns that she is looking for her daughter, who had gone missing ten years ago. Hyeon-jae wishes to fill the place of Hae-in's lost daughter. She eventually decides to abandon her own family. Hyeon-jae succeeds in bringing Hae-in into her plan. But the anxiety that she cannot replace Hae-in's daughter persists. Hae-in is struggling with guilt for her daughter and complicated feelings for Hyeon-jae. She soon gets a report on her missing daughter leaving for Yeosu. Hyeon-jae, wishing for the unattainable, makes a choice for Hae-in.

DIRECTOR’S STATEMENT

“Actually, I was pretending to be asleep.” Children wait for ‘that time’ to pass, even in the hot summer. The main character, Hyeon-jae, throws off the blanket and struggles to escape the violence. Children cannot choose their parents, but they can choose their own lives. As a domestic violence survivor, Hyeon-jae regains her lost routine, her family separates, and her loved ones move away from her. However, some families are restored, just as Hyeon-jae, who has passed through a dark tunnel with Hae-in's help, has accepted her mother Seok-yeong.

DIRECTOR
KIM Dasom
Studied film directing at the Department of Film at the Korea National University of Arts. She continues the theme of the alternative family in her shorts Two Lights, Aloha, and Proud Mary.
Two Lights (2014), Aloha (2017), Proud Mary (2019)
CONTACTbacchus1015@daum.net
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