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경 [videorecording] = Viewfinder / 제작, 영화사구경 ; 각본, 감독, 김정.
Kyŏng [videorecording] = Viewfinder / chejak, Yŏnghwasa Kugyŏng ; kakpon, kamdok, Kim Chŏng.
[Seoul] : At'ŭ Sŏbisŭ, 2010.
[Seoul] : 아트서비스, 2010.
1 videodisc (94 min.) : sd., col., 4 3/4 in.
Yŏnghwasa Kugyŏng (Firm)
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"Viewfinder captures the diverse moments in life of the people who pass through Namgang Rest Stop. Jung-kyoung is looking for her younger sister Hoo-kyoung while Chang is a computer whiz who stays on at the rest stop after losing his job. KIM Bak is a reporter and photographer for the local Tongyeong media who frequents the rest stop. Onna is a famous blogger who works at the rest stop and dreams of a new Asian highway. It is also the virtual journey of the 880-thousand-won generation. They show the sense of loss, loneliness, and communication in this digital age. An older sister searching for a young sister who has run away from home, an animator who wanders around aimlessly after leaving his job, a reporter, and the employees of the rest stop. Director KIM Jung presents a wide range of frames composed by people who are all searching for something. They are information and life's movements within photographs, on the Internet, in messages, and most of all, in the film itself."--Korean Movie Database (KMDb).
Originally released as a motion picture in 2009.
Chejak, Yi Wŏn-jae ; ch'waryŏng, Pak Ki-ung ; p'yŏnjip, Ŏm Yun-ju ; ŭmak, Chang Chae-ho.
제작, 이원재 ; 촬영, 박기웅 ; 편집, 엄윤주 ; 음악, 장재호.
15-se kwallam ka.
DVD; NTSC; region 3; anamorphic widescreen 1.85:1; Dolby digital 5.1 surround / 2.0 stereo; dual layer.
Yang Ŭn-yong, Yi Ho-yŏng, Kim T'ae-un, Kong Ye-ji.
양은용, 이호영, 김태운, 공예지.
In Korean with optional subtitles in Korean or English.
Gift; Korean Film Council; 2010.
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