|325||2016. 05. 01||14:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 4||KE15GV|
|510||2016. 05. 03||11:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||KE15GV|
|749||2016. 05. 05||21:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 6||KE15|
After his impressive performance in The Journals of Musan(2010), Jin Yongwook plays his first leading role, a worker in a press factory. He isn’t favorable in any way. His obsession with broken machine decreases productivity and irritates colleagues. He doesn’t get along with people and isn’t charming at all. However, viewers come to accept him. The director follows his simple, boring life which causes extraordinary tension and makes viewers sense the anxiety of his life. Even a little happening with a social worker seems to make sense. In a simple narrative, the film depends on the power of camera and the trustworthy performance of actors. It isn’t showy but still stylistic. (KIM Youngjin)
|Art Director||WANG Minjung|
|Cast||JIN Yonguk, MOK Gyuri, KIM Hakryong, CHOI Eul|
Born in 1973, Seoul. Worked in the film production team at FILMZ. After leaving the company, he worked as a crew member for various independent films, wrote several scrips for shorts and features and directed numerous short films. Wild Flower(2009), a short, was in competition at the Con-Can International Short Film Festival and at the Busan International Short Film Festival. Some of his later works include A Cut of Fish(2011) and an Asia Art Project titled The View(2012), which was screened and exhibited in Korea, China and Japan. In 2014, he directed his first feature film, Path. PRESS is his second feature.
Middle-aged and living along, Yeong-il works at a factory that deals with pressing equipment. Then the young Bora enters his monotonous, repetitive life. A simple narrative that shows outstanding focus on the characters and society.