South Korea | 2020 | DCP | Color | Korean | 79 min | Kwon Min-pyo & Seo Hansol
Director / Director: Kwon Min-pyo, Seo Hansol
Guión / Screenplay: JI Min-jeong
Productor / Producer: Park Ki-yong
Fotografía / Cinematography: Park Jae-man
Edición / Editing: Kwon Min-pyo, Seo Hansol
Sonido / Sound: Park Ga-yeo
Compañía Productora / Production Company: Tiger Cinema & Dankook Graduate School of Cinematic Content
Reparto / Cast: Seol Si-yeon, Bae Yeon-woo, Park So-jung, Han Song-hee
Sinopsis / Synopsis:
Sometimes a train can take us beyond the end of the world.
Four middle school students, who are the members of a photography club, receive an old-fashioned analog camera from their teacher. The teacher asks them to take pictures of 'the end of the world' during summer vacation. While they discuss where would be the end of the world, as one of the girls suggests, they just get on the subway to go to the very last station.
Biografía / Biography:
Kwon Min-pyoKwon was born in Wonju, Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea in 1991. In the film department of Cheongju University, he directed the short film Heat Wave in 2017. He entered the Graduate School of Film and Contents at Dankook University in 2018. He co-directed his feature debut film Short Vacation with Seo Hansol.
Seo was born in Daegu, Republic of Korea in 1991. After graduating from the history department at Sungkyunkwan University, he entered the Graduate School of Film Contents at Dankook University in 2018. He co-directed his feature debut film Short Vacation with Kwon Min-pyo.
Festivales / Festivals:
-Berlin International Film Festival - 2021, Germany
-Busan International Film Festival - 2020, South Korea
-Taipei Film Festival - 2021, Taiwan
-New Directors/New Films - 2021, USA
JUEVES 7 | CINETECA NACIONAL SALA 3 | 19:00 HRS. | 79 MIN
DOMINGO 10 | CINEMEX INSURGENTES SALA 5 | 20:30 HRS. | 79 MIN