Daughter of Mobius

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Kim Eui-seok | 1981 | Fiction, Documentary | B/W | DCP | 15min 15sec

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SYNOPSIS

This is a documentary-type fiction film featuring a real dancer Kim Ki-in. The protagonist Ki-suk is a 29-year-old single woman and dancer. In the early 1980s, when prejudice against independent women was natural, the film follows Ki-suk who agonizes over her identity as an artist and a woman. It also shows the landscape of Seoul, a metropolitan city where she belongs. We can see an experimental and challenging artist consciousness, including the zeitgeist with female characters in the front, the composition of narration, and the beautiful ending scene with group dance on stage with double exposure. The film won Special Award at the 7th SIFF in 1981.

DIRECTOR

Kim Eui-seok

1984 West Country
1984 Chang-soo Gets the Job
1992 The Marriage Life
1993 The Woman And The Man
1995 Gun And Gun
1997 Holiday Inn Seoul
1999 The Great Chef
2003 Sword in the Moon

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Director Kim Eui-seok