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What I Ever Wanted was

South Korea202110min12 +DCPColor/B&W

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REVIEW

One day, a husband tells his wife that he wants to buy a new car. It is a car named 'Ray'. He choose to invest in cryptocurrency to make his dream come true. Miraculously, the graph keeps going up and the future seems closer. The film tells the story of that very special summer day through two narrators, a wife and a husband. As miracles happen one after another, the husband, buoyant with expectations, talks about investment as if he were an expert, but the miracles ended there. The money disappears like a mirage. He finally gets a grasp on reality and looks back on his collegues. What would be the dreams of his colleagues who invest? There is no grand story here. Paying tuition, buying tools for color correction, or buying a slightly better car are what they dream of. The film asks and embraces our conditions through a simple screen and a witty form.

SYNOPSIS

A story of one summer day when I invested in cryptocurrencies to raise money to buy a "Ray" made by Kia Motors. The graph on the cryptocurrency chart kept going up, and the miracle seemed likely to continue.

DIRECTOR

KWON Heesue

KWON Heesue is interested in image and corporeality and creates works that overlap film and performance. Her most recent focus is body language as a medium that relocates power.

 

LEE Byung-Ki

LEE Byung-Ki is a member of Docustory in 기록영화제작소 . From 2014, LEE creates works crossing the boundaries of fiction, documentary, and experimental film.

 

LAM ChingYi

LAM ChinYi is from Hong Kong and have completed M.F.A. program in Cinema at Yonsei University Graduate School of Communication & Arts. She is presently a slave of capitalism.

 

Schedule

Code Time Theater Grade
301 2022-09-25 | 10:30 - 12:06 Megabox Baekseok 2 GV VV
615 2022-09-28 | 13:30 - 15:06 Megabox Ilsan Bella Citta 101 GV VV

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