24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival
This slow-moving film creates intensive experience of continuously nearly indiscernible - yet in the length of the whole film invariably distinct - changes of shadows, spaces and shapes carved by dark branches into the light mist that besets the statue-like steadiness of the thickening forest just to relinquish it the very next moment.
“I wrote poems on the streets, wary of irresponsible parables of nature. The imagination of the street was pain and I loved it. But I still believe that the greatest subverbs are in nature.” M. Yi
biographyKorean director Yi Myun (1973) graduated in music composition. The film soundtrack is inspired by traditional music, combined with melancholy images of urban landscapes, seemingly alive regardless of the absence of their human inhabitants. The Ji.hlava IDFF has screened Myun’s films Field (2014) and Afterimage (2016).
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