Asian Cinema Fund 2018

2009 Projects

2009 Post-Production Fund

Project Moscow
Category Korean Project
Project Moscow
Director WHANG Cheol-mean
Country Korea
Director's Profile Whang Cheol-mean graduated from the German Film school in Berlin in 1996. His first feature film, [Fuck Hamlet] (1997) screened at the Berlin International Film Festival. His film [Spying Cam] (2004) won a number of awards including the FIPRESCI Award at the Rotterdam International Film Festival.
 
Synopsis
After a long time of no contact, two middle-school friends meet again. One has become a secretary at a large enterprise and one has been fired after working as an irregular worker. They become reminiscent about their past and have fun. During their adolescence, they had the same dream which was to become an actress. Although they have fun when they recall their past, they become at odds with each other when they return to the present. A wall made by society stands between them. Where did their friendship go?
Director's Note
Although our living conditions and values differ greatly, we can become one if we go back to our childhood dreams.
Festivals
2009 Pusan International Film Festival - Korean Cinema Today: Vision
2009 Seoul Independent Film Festival
2010 International Film Festival Rotterdam - Spectrum / NETPAC Award
2010 San Francisco International Film Festival - World Cinema
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