Fri, Jul 10 at 8am
Republic of Korea | Directed by Bora Lee-Kil | 1 hour and 20 minutes
Sang-kuk, a Deaf man, never forgets to smile while he makes furniture for a living. Kyung-hee, a Deaf woman, shows her natural beauty and outgoing personality while enjoying her job at a sign language interpretation center. Together, they have two hearing children: daughter Bora and son Kwang-hee.
After moving eight times since marriage, Sang-kuk wants to move one more time, but Kyung-hee opposes him. Bora films the silent world of her parents, exploring the experience of herself and her younger brother, who both grew up moving back and forth between two worlds–one of silence and the other of sound.