• Director
    AHN Seon-kyoung
  • Year
  • Nationality
  • Genre
  • Status
    Release(July 7, 2015)
  • Starring
    KIM Sohee, SUNG Hojun
  • Running Time
  • Festival & Review
    • 2013

      18th Busan International Film Festival - New Currents Award


      38th São Paulo International Film Festival

      9th London Korean Film Festival

  • The world doesn't allow a woman in her forties to love a 17-year-old boy.

      Forty-something screenwriter Gaeul lives with a 17-year Joseph. Her family cannot understand any aspect of her life: raising a cat, living on vegetables, and moreover, a 17-year old lover! To them, Gaeul's love life is nothing more than a dirty scandal. To make things worse, Gaeul becomes pregnant, and when Gaeul's family gets to know about it, their conflict goes deeper. Joseph tries to persuade his family but soon he's confined to a psychiatric hospital by his own parents. To save Joseph, Gaeul decides to have an abortion. However she suffers from the terrible guilt after abortion, and this drives her so far to demand the hospital to give back her killed baby.
      • AHN Seon-kyoung Ahn Seonkyoung began her cinema career in 2000, after her years of devotion in theater field as a planner and director in Street Theatre Troupe. Her first short film Monologue(2002) and The maids(2003) and About love(2004) were screened at several major film festivals in Korea. The phantom sonata(2007), which is her thesis film in Korean Academy of Film Arts, was the opening film at the Indie Forum. Her first feature film A blind river(2009) advanced to the competition at the Zurich Film Festival.