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A Landscape Between Past and Future
적막의 경관
  • 한국 환경영화의 흐름
Synopsis1. A stream of water starts from the deep end of the mountain. The afterimage of its surface and the small life forms beneath the water. The static forest and rocks. As we pass this landscape, we enter a long-stretching two-lane road that leads to a memorial park surrounded in silence. 2. A present buried under the past. A future which will be filled with idle hope. A present from a distant past. A present from a future to come. A present in sequence where the past and future endlessly meet. A present surrounded by silence.
Director
OH Min-wook 오민욱
Born in 1985 in Busan, South Korea. Using a documentary format, his works have persistently focused on observing the layers of time embedded in the landscapes of Busan. Recently, he directed A Grand Festival (2016), A Roar of the Prairie (2015) and b. 1985, Korea (2015).
DirectorOH Min-wook
CountryKorea
Year2015
Running Time21min
GenreDocumentary
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