A Matter Of Interpretation
A small-time actress is devastated to learn that no one has come to see her play and storms out of the theater. While wandering the streets, she receives a call from a friend who says she's had a disturbing dream about the actress, advising her to stay out of trouble. The actress takes no heed to her friend's warning and heads to the park in hope to find peace. There, she accidentally meets a detective who is investigating the suicide case of a young man, and to her surprise the case resembles her dream the night before. As they talk, they discover that their lives are intertwined in a strange way.
"As I started to make films I realized I thought a lot about dreams. When my father was sick, there were many incidents where he was confused between dreams and reality. I think that made me start to look at dreams and reality more closely."
Kwan-kuk Lee in an interview with Korean Film Biz Zone
Cast: Dong-mi Shin, Kang-hyun Kim, Jun-sang Yu
Screenplay: Kwang-kuk Lee
Director of Photography: Dae-hee Gang
Film Editor: Yeon-ji Son
Composer: Yong-jin Jeong
Production Designer: Sang-kyung Cho
Costume Design: Sang-kyung Cho
Sound: Young-ho Kim
Producer: James Do
Production Company: A BYEOKDOL FILMS
World Sales: M-Line Distribution
Director: Kwang-kuk Lee