Image of movie "Le-deu-pil-teo-ga cheol-hoe-doeb-ni-da."
Image of movie "Le-deu-pil-teo-ga cheol-hoe-doeb-ni-da."
Image of movie "Le-deu-pil-teo-ga cheol-hoe-doeb-ni-da."
Shorts

"Le-deu-pil-teo-ga cheol-hoe-doeb-ni-da."

"The red filter is withdrawn."
Kim Minjung
South Korea (Republic Korea) 2021
12min
OmekoreanU

If you look into the entrance of one of the huge caves on the Korean island of Jeju, it looks like a camera lens. If you walk into the cave, it looks like a screen, a rectangle showing clouds and white light, just like a film. Director Kim Minjung delves into the bloody history of Jeju, where tens of thousands were killed in a massacre in 1948. The camera follows the traces in the landscape, sometimes transformed by a strident, distance-creating red light, accompanied by a commentary by avant-garde filmmaker Hollis Frampton. Film as a means to address history and its taboos. (Gunnar Landsgesell)

This film will be shown as part of the screening SHORT FILM PROGRAMME 6: MYSTERIOUS OBJECTS.

Credits
  • Kim Minjung
  • Kim Minjung
  • Kim Minjung
  • Kim Minjung
Kim Minjung, Kim Haeyeon

Kim Minjung

DCP
Farbe/SW
Wed 27 Oct
16:00
Filmmuseum
OmekoreanU
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