Searching Eva is the tale of a young woman Eva growing up in the age of the internet, turning the search for oneself into a public spectacle, challenging you on what a woman “should be.” Through her fragmented personalities the film finds the emergence of a generation, in which the concept of a fixed identity has grown old. A portrait of modern existence.
Sex worker, writer, musician, SNS addict, anarchist, feminist, immigrant. There are many words defining Eva. However, the sex work that Eva chose is labeled as "money" even in this liberal utopia called Berlin. Searching Eva is a quest for identity. The web-diary style narrative flows nonlinearly and jumps time and place reflecting Eva’s mind and sense of direction. Walking away from Eva’s life and the world of wage labor brings a sense of freedom to the audiences, but sex work and drug abuse take the audiences to a more controversial area. [JANG Byungwon]
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