At a meeting with the actress, but also other directors whose work had been entered in the 17th Busan International Film Festival, she aknowledged that her work wasn’t perfect. “It’s too flawed to show off, or to be in competition with other people,” she said. “I’ve only been studying for six months, and I have a lot of questions of how my first work came to be looked upon so favorably. I think the film would be successful if everyone who watches it understands the themes and my reasons for making it. In the future, I’d like to study more and have another chance to enter with a new film.”
The short film ‘Knitting’ is about a woman who is packing her things to move to a new home, she then finds an unfinished knit, the story evolves from that event. The film was invited to be screened at the 17th Busan International Film Festival.
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