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Junha´s Planet
 
Director_ HONG Hyung-sook
 
Korea 2018 109min DCP color feature Documentary
Program Schedule
Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
244 2019. 05. 04 16:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 7
K E 12 GV
401 2019. 05. 06 10:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 4
K E 12 GV
730 2019. 05. 09 16:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4
K E 12
Overview

Junha is one of the most difficult children at the school. His autism causes him to attack his classmates and even teachers without warning. Each outburst further isolates Junha from his community as his teachers and peers struggle to find a way to live "with" Junha. The camera provides an intimate look into this society, leaving the question; what is human entity and how is it connected?

Review

Everyone tries to help with autistic Junha but it is not easy. Hong focuses the camera on Junha, the protagonist. She tries to capture the planet inside Junha’s head not as a child with certain symptoms but who has his own world. The ones surrounding Junha’s planet includes his parents and many others. Are they his satellite or from another galaxy? The microcosm is a place where various debates, concerns and opinions are repeatedly discussed, practiced and corrected. Humans carry their own pain and wounds but then eventually form balance when concerns and practice are repeated together. It looks risky but the revolution and rotation do not stop. The film captures the depths of the very universe in which we live. [LEE Sang-yong]

CREDIT
  • DirectorHONG Hyung-sook
  • ProducerKANG Seok-pil
  • CinematographyLEE Juhwan
  • EditorLEE Yeon-jung
  • MusicLEE Minwhee
  • SoundPYO Yongsoo
CastKIM Junha, Cherry, Stag
FILM SOURCE
KANG Seok-pil / forzorba@gmail.com
DIRECTOR
HONG Hyung-sook
 
Hong Hyung-sook took part in the independent film group “Seoul Visual Collective” in 1987 and worked as its representative until 2000. In her film Where We Live, Where We Struggle (1990), she deals with the housing policy and the tenants who suffered from the surge of rental price in 1990. In Doomealee: A New School is Opening (1995), she spread her purpose as she investigated the meaning of community though the struggles in Doomealee. Junha's Planet reveals Hong’s constant interest in the fissures and problems of a small community. While she highlighted the site of strikes in the 1990s, she moved onto exploring the Korean society in a wider range since the mid-90s, probing into both large and small places. Her major works have been screened at the Jeonju IFF’s Documentary Special as Korea’s representative documentary director.
Jeonju Office

(54999) 2F, Jeonju Cine Complex, 22, Jeonjugaeksa 3-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Republic of Korea

T. (063)288-5433 F. (063)288-5411

Seoul Office

(06740) 2F, Kyeongwon Bldg., 56 Bawoomoe-ro 43, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

T. (02)2285-0562 F. (02)2285-0560

Jeonju Cine Complex

(54999)22, Jeonjugaeksa 3-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, Republic of Korea

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