INTERVENTION
FOCUS ON DIRECTORS: CINEMA OLD & NEW
Director KIM YONG-WAN
Country Korea
Year 2011
Running Time 15'40"
Definition/Color Color
Genre Fiction
Premier Status World Premiere
Introduction
Before being introduced to her boyfriend’s mother, Eun-jin was smoking a cigarette dismissing her nervousness. A plain-clothes police officer who saw her throwing away the butt on the ground asked for her ID, and soon found out she was deaf. A scuffle broke out due to miscommunications, Eun-jin ran away to get herself out of the sticky situation, and the chase begins between her and the officer.
Director
KIM YONG-WAN
Graduated from Hanyang University in Journalism and Mass Communication. He directed shorts such as <MAZE>(1999), <HELIOPOLIS>(2002), <CHRISTMAS MEMORIES>(2007), <BEATING MY HEART!>(2008), and <BAR-CODE MOM>(2010) and also worked as an assistant director in feature films <LOVERS OF 6 YEARS>(2007), <A LITTLE POND>(2009), <HAND PHONE>(2009), <RABBIT AND LIZARD>(2009), and <QUICK>(2011).