|335||2016. 05. 01||17:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 7||KEK15GV|
|533||2016. 05. 03||18:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 5||KEK15GV|
|741||2016. 05. 05||18:00||CGV Jeonjugosa 5||KEK15|
Grandma-Drawer is the last of Kim Jigon’s Grandma trilogy. The series takes a look at the lives of elderly residents who rely on each other in a rundown neighborhood. The camera tries to embrace the traces of the people, the objects, and the space as it looks upon the elderly residents and the trivial incidents that occur without being tied down by formality. This makes the crew step out from behind the camera to mingle with the characters. Grandma-Drawer is a documentary has a similar attitude in filming the lives of elderly women who will be living in a new town. Like the previous films, the warm bond between the director and the crew is naturally reflected on the screen and each scene appeals to the audience like the outcome of the friendship they are forming with the characters via the camera. It reminds us what it means to live together. (KIM Youngjin)
|Screenplay||KIM Jigon, OH minwook|
|Editor||SON Homok, OH minwook|
|Cast||HA Malpil, YANG Geumyeon|
Born in 1983, Busan. Unfamiliar Dreams(2008) won the Express Poetic Awards at the 13th Brazil International Student Film Festival and was at Seoul Independent Documentary Film & Video Festival, Cinema Digital Seoul, and Paris Korean Film Festival. He made Grandma(2011), Grandma-Cement Garden(2012), Monthly-Grandma(2013), and Highway Stars(2014). Grandma-Cement Garden(2012) and Highway Stars(2014) were at the Jeonju International Film Festival.
A bare hill lies between a high school and a hillside road. People used to live there with the grass, the flowers, the trees and the birds. The place is abandoned now. The people who used to live there are still living their lives.