This film follows two major strands. One is a travelogue of a Korean woman as she journeys between Phnom Penh and Battambang to conduct research on Cambodia’s ecological farming, and the other is another woman’s narration of her letters written to her father in France. The filmmaker applies the fictional narrative of the latter to the former’s documentary images to create a connection between France, Korea and Cambodia, and by doing this, conveys an environmental message. (KIM Se-jin)
Korea-Born ﬁlmmaker and visual artist. His ﬁrst feature ﬁlm, Synching Blue(2007) was introduced Vancouver IFF and Jeonju IFF. Some of recent films went ﬁlm festivals; Mar del Plata IFF, Busan IFF and etc. Now he is a Prof. of VIS at Kongju National University.