Nuclear Family

USA, 2013, Colour, 15 min

Eun-Seo who came to US misses her father back in Korea. In her dream, her father teaches her how to pray in order to overcome fear. As her mother, Seo-Hyun, hears that Eun-Seo doesn’t get along well with her classmates, she decides to throw her American Birthday Party. Seo-Hyun makes Eun-Seo invite her friends but the invitation card that Seo-Hyun made for her is too childish so her friends make fun of her. Embarrassed, Eun-Seo rebels against her mother but she is too weak to win over her mother. In strained atmosphere, they stop at the gas station where Eun-Seo hears the bad news to her father...

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Bongkeun Kwon was born in Chunchon, South Korea. During his sophomore year in high school, he began taking private composition lessons to enter a highly ranked university in Seoul. With the help of a private teacher who was also a professional writer, he began to visualize the invisible, that is, the world of art. He listened to stories of artists, understood the characters in novels and felt the emotion of a work of art. He became a dreamer, immersed in feeding his creativity with new materials.
Columbia University FF 2013.

Bongkeun Kwon
1795 riverside drive apt 3c
New York, NY 10034
+646.643.6219
lians714@gmail.com

Screening

19.08, 12:00, Shtëpia e Kultures

Category

Youth

Director

Bongkeun Kwon

Producer

Jessica Hua Shen

Cinematography

Jordan T. Parrott

Sound

Won Kim

Editing

Heeyoung Choi

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