25th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
synopsisA voyeuristic evocation of a three-day funeral ritual presents death as a poetic and political affair. The phantasmagoric details of a dead body, hair, and human skin intersect erotically with intimacy, mystery, and fascination. Wet Dream is the haptic externalization of inner death in an oppressive society.
“The film was shot without a screenplay, I don't maintain continuity of time and space, characters or story in it. The result is internal images created by combining fantasy and film experimentation.” Kim Yun-tae
biographyKim Yun-tae (1962) is South Korean director. He completed a film course led by German experimental filmmaker Christoph Janetzek. His films include the shorts Dowsing (1996), Video Ritual (1997) and The Name of the Night (2000).
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