Repeated Memories

Jong-in studies in Uzbekistan and works as a part-time carer. He spoon-feeds patients, cleans rooms, and also the toilet. One day, he gets a call from his friend, Ha-Yeong. “I have a job for you. There is one old man who is blind and deaf. He is just waiting for his dying day. Your job is to act as his son and eat dinner with him. It’s 100 dollars for a day. I’ll send you some details.”

Jong-in decides to eat dinner with Ra-him as his fake son.


Soo-min Park



The cinema is trying to overcome a serious crisis …
This time a global crisis …
This is not the first cinema crisis …
It is not even its first global crisis …

But in contrast to its previous crises – outside it or partially inside it, this
crisis threatened and still threatens the motive of the existence of cinema
in modern times …,
the desire to consume the film together…

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