Finishing her senior year, Hyerang is about to graduate and pursue a career as an art director. When her mom decides to move away, she is forced to survive on her own.
Hui Jiye’s ''Graduation'', as the title tells, is a story about the future path of a university student who is going to graduate soon, but different from gloomy Korean independent films from the time, this film is bright and has no shade. One day, when Haerang, majoring in film production design at college, comes home after taking pictures to be used for graduation album, her mother says she has decided to separate from daughter. As she starts unprepared independent life, she is all by herself without mother or any close friend next to her. Living alone without the fence so called family or friend is so natural in a sense, but she has to struggle dealing with the situation, which makes her look cute, desperate and hopeful at the same time. Hui Jiye’s directing is lively and young, so she delivered the bright energy intactly into the screen. [KIM Youngjin]
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