Again The Wind Blows


KIM Tae-il,JU Ro-mi | 2022 | Documentary | Color | DCP | 103min 36sec (KN, E)

12.1(목) 19:00-22:00 CGV Apgujeong 4 KE, G
12.3(토) 12:00-13:43 CGV Apgujeong ART2 KE, GV, G
12.8(목) 17:00-18:43 CGV Apgujeong 3 KE, GV, G

Ha Mun-soon, a peddler at Daein Market in Gwangju, and Park Bok-ja, a Chinese diner owner, watched the 5.18 Uprising. The 5.18 Uprising, which they saw in the field of life, was left with pain and pride. Sli and Neyap, living as a minority tribe in Cambodia, endure hard work, but they are worried about how long they will be able to survive this life. Palestinian women who did not stop their lives in the occupation: Noura and Fatma, who grew old in a refugee camp, watched their children die. How long will this situation last? Will they be able to return home again? No one can say hope. And the Gypsies living in Bosnia: when people divided by religion and ethnicity and made enemies of each other, they did not belong anywhere and were treated as public enemies. Ramiza and Amela calmly talk about the unstable lives of gypsy women who have been subjected to racism for a long time. Meanwhile, the director’s two children have grown from children to young adults in their twenties. The director’s family, Sanggune, and all those women they have met, are going while shaking as if they are somehow similar.


A People’s History of the World project has always been a process that had to overcome difficulties. It was difficult to determine the region, the person and the period, and the language was difficult to understand. So we had to go through the things that beginners always had to go through. Meanwhile, we started working on the fourth one again. It was a work about the Gypsies who suffered the pain of civil war in Bosnia. After finishing the first filming, while preparing for the second filming, the world stopped due to COVID-19, and the work stopped as the lockdown time became longer without any promise. When we stopped, we could see the lives of the women who stood by the main character in each work. They were swaying from the lowest position, but they were strong enough to defend their lives. Despite their different environments and cultures, they resembled each other. Borders, ethnicities, religions, and languages cannot be barriers. We wanted to share “that” sympathy with them and find another “that thing” with the audience.


2022 Busan International Film Festival

KIM Tae-il

KIM Tae-il

2010 No Name Stars
2012 Wellang Trei
2016 All Live, Olive

JU Ro-mi

JU Ro-mi


Directors KIM Tae-il, JU Ro-mi
Production Company Sanggune
Screenwriter JU Ro-mi
Cinematographers KIM Tae-il, KIM Sang-gu, JU Ro-mi, KIM Song-i
Editors KIM Tae-il, JU Ro-mi
Music JUNG Min-a
Assistant Director KIM Sang-gu