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2018, Color, 37'55", Live Action
Dir: BOO Ji-young
Keyword: Drama, Family


Film Awards
The 20th Daegu Independent Short Film Festival (2019,Korea)
The 21th International Women's Film Festival in Seoul (2019,Korea)
The 20th Jeju Women's Film Festival (2019,Korea)
The 2nd Hongseong International Short Film Festival (2019,South Korea)
The 3rd Anyang Shinfilm Art Film Festival (2019,South Korea)
The 6th Gyeongsan Women Film Festival (2019,South Korea)
The 9th North Korean Human Rights International Film Festival (2019,Korea)
The 44th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2018,Korea)

Jeong-eun is embarrassed that her mother, who is suffering from dementia, wants to meet and call her sister who was separated by the Korean War. On the other hand, Jeong-eun accidentally receives a wrong call from a North Korean woman and is asked a favor. 

Director's Note

Even if it happens by chance, I wanted to talk to the people living in the nearest but furthest country.

Everything starts with a conversation.
Asking their regards, listening to them and feeling a move.
Director's Bio / Filmography
- BOO Ji-young

Born in 1971
Graduated from Ehwa Women's Univ.
Graduated from The Korean Film Academy

1997  [Spark] 16mm, color, 14min.
           2nd Seoul Int'l Short Film Festival (2000, Korea)
           No Budget Competition, 15th Hamburg Int'l Short Film Festival (1999, Germany)
           IndieForum, Korean Independent Film & Video Makers' Forum (1998, Korea)
           Encouragement Award, 24th Golden Crown Youth Film Festival (1998, Korea)
2000  [His Humming] DV 6mm, color, 12min. 
           Excellent Film Awards, Daegu Independent Short Film Festival (Oct.-Nov, 2001, Korea)
           Competition, Busan Asian Film Festival (2001, Korea)
           Excellent Film Awards, 1st Woman in Film Korea Festival (2000, Korea)
2001  [The Way They Are] 16mm, 15min.
2002  [A Drop of Clear Salty Liquid] 16mm, b&w/color, 17min.
           Korean Film Special Screenings, 22nd Upssala Int’l Film Festival (2003, Sweden)
           2nd Jeju Tmong Film Festival (2003, Korea)
           Gwangju Int'l Film Festival (2002, Korea)
           Special Prize, Daegu Independent Short Film Festival (2002, Korea)
           6th Puchon Int’l Fantastic Film Festival (2002, Korea)
2008 [Sisters on the Road] 35mm, color, 90min.
          8th New York Korean Film Festival (2010, USA)
          8th Festival of Korean Cinema In Italy (2010, Italy)
          3rd Chennai Women's Film Festival (2010, India)
          8th Third Eye Asian Film Festival Mumbai (2009, India)
          Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (2009, Hong Kong)
          2nd Asian Women's Film Festival (2009, Japan)
          22nd Tokyo International Women’s  Film Festival (2009, Japan)
          14th Aichi International Women's Film Festival (2009, Japan)
          44th Karlovy Vary Int’l Film Festival (2009, Czech Republic)
          11th International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul (2009, Korea)
          13th Pusan Int’l Film Festival (2008, Korea)
2010  [Nima-an episode of If You Were Me 5] 35mm, color, 143min. (23min.)
          10th Florence Korea Film Fest (2012, Italy)        
          13th International Women's Film Festival in Seoul (2011, Korea)
          36th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2010, Korea)
          15th Pusan Int’l Film Festival (2010, Korea)
2011 [Moonwalk-an episode of A Time to Love] HD, color, 80min. (40min.)
         8th InDPanda International Film Festival (2012, Hong Kong)
         5th Samsung Women's International Film Festival (2012, India)
         13th Cinemanila International Film Festival (2011, Philippines)
         Korean Cinema Week, 24th Tokyo International Film Festival (2011, Japan) ‘Moonwalk’ screened only 
         30th Vancouver International Film Festival (2011, Canada)
         12th Jeonju Int’l Film Festival (2011, Korea)
         [Myselves] HD, color, 93min, Documentary, Co-directing
         Opening film, 37th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2011, Korea) 

2014   [Cart] 103min.