Satellite Kids Blues
Sing collective memories.
The short film, Satellite Kids Blues, metaphors the memory of a new city, planned along with the economic growth during the late ’90s. In the satellite buildings and faces are constantly replaced and Today is wiped with another day. Nonetheless, what are we nostalgic for?
In 1999, the world is in panic of the Y2K pandemonium, and another edge of chaos occurs to Jihye, a 10-year-old kid in the satellite town. These two disorienting events happen in parallel around her until she catches a glimpse of an end. Soon she heads to the corner store for her biggest breach ever.
The Film has been nominated for the 19th Mise-en-scène Short Film Festival (2020 MSFF).
Fiction Film, Drama
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