A woman comes home with her tired body. As she lies down on the bed and closes her eyes, the memories of the past recall her, with cooking sounds from the kitchen.
Animation allows you to express anything. So you can make a bolder, imaginative attempt than live-action films and an unconstrained metaphor for subject matters. The strength applies to any animated work with a unique theme and situation development. Egg Curry Rice has a flexible possibility in the ordinary setting of cooking and eating. The process of making curry and preparing for ingredients is interestingly linked with the time pressure, uncomfortable encounters with rude people, and the fatigue from a day’s heavy burden. The director vividly illustrates the abstract image of how people endure day by day and feel stuffed into a tiny box. In our daily living, we often encounter lonely moments. This animation has the power to comfort every depressing moment. (LEE Eunsun)
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