Miho and I
Director Kim Jae-eui
Country Poland
Year 2002
Running Time 18'
Genre Documentary
Premier Status World Premiere
One day, a Korean woman studying in Poland named Jea-eui visits a Japanese woman named Miho in another city in Poland because once a friend had told her that in ten years Jae-eui would be the same as Miho. Miho has lived in Poland for 15years, translates for a living, and dances the Japanese modern dance, 'Buto'. One day Miho performs in the city where Jae-eui lives, and during the performance Jae-eui realizes that she can see herself through the dancing Miho.
Kim Jae-eui