Yu-nan, who took a role of a drummer in director Shin’s debut film, is preparing a solo album. Shin gives her a camcorder used in her film Passerby #3 and asks her to take a selfie. One day the camcorder that Shin lent to Do-yeon arrives. In the box, there was a documentary of her daughter she shot. Shin wonders who were the first woman to hold a movie camera in Korea.
* This film will be screened with A Woman Judge of the Korean Cinema "Hommage: SHIN Su-won and Korean Women Directors" section.
This film is one chapter of Shin Su-won’s documentary film called TIME made for MBC for its 50th anniversary of foundation. The documentary is about the filmmaking of female directors—SHIN lends a female rocker who appeared in Passerby#3 to make her own film and shows a housewife’s brave efforts to make a film in Busan. The later part of the film is about HONG Eunwon, who is the second female director in Korea and whose films include A woman judge. Shin visits Hong’s place and gives the audience a chance to feel her by looking over articles left by. Shin also meets Kim Young-hee, the woman editor who worked with Hong then. This story is also dramatized in Hommage (2021). [MOON Seok]
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