|221||2016. 04. 30||13:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||KE12GV|
|525||2016. 05. 03||17:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 3||KE12GV|
|842||2016. 05. 06||21:30||CGV Jeonjugosa 5||KE12|
Keeping a balance among characters, the story moves ahead with life. A man is fired and his family members struggle in their own situations. The film tries to pull energy from characters’ responses on the issues of layoff, unemployment, and community. Like Shim’s Family(2007) directed by Jeong Yoonchul, Kim makes a bold approach which is rare in mainstream narrative films. Rather than contemplating people who are suppressed by the society, the director describes the strong nature of characters. In the story, people keep pushing ahead and don’t hesitantly budge. Such drive often goes against the rhythm of the film but it is great to see sheer optimism which is very rare in Korea’s independent cinema. (KIM Youngjin)
|Producer||CHOI Yoon, KIM Namhae|
|Art Director||LEE Hyunsoo|
|Cast||YANG Jiwoong, KIM Sooahn, LEE Jung-b, PARK Chanyung|
A Film Study graduate of Dong-Eui University (MFA). He was on the production crew of various feature films and won the award for Best Picture at the Busan Indi Film Festival for Brother & I(2007). He later produced short films like Rest(2008) and Run in the Twilight(2008), which won him the ´Ronginaty´ at the Cortisonici International Short Film Festival in Italy. Long Inside Angle Shot(2013) was screened at many film festivals in Korea that same year and was invited to the New York Film Festival, the Fukuoka Film Festival and the Glasgow Film Festival. A Field Day is his feature debut.
Middle-aged Cheolgu is laid off with no advance notice. Looking for a new job is not easy and neither is the situation that his family members are in. A movie that takes a cheerful, positive look at life while maintaining the balance of a group drama involving diverse characters.