2019년 6월 완성예정
After the femicide in Gang-nam station on 17th of May, 2016, a new feminism generation, so called ‘Young Young Femi’, made its appearance to fight against misogyny. Among them, there is a feminist activism group ‘Flame, Femi, Action’ whose main issue is the female body and sexuality by focusing on the pro-choice movement, knowledge of sexuality, etc. As one action of its movement, five feminists decide to let their hair under the arm grow and shave their heads with the question: What makes women loose their power on even a hair, the most tiny element of the body? Now they do the action and what prejudice they will confront in their routine?
The Part-time Workers’ Union (2016) This is indeed a time of part-time work. Everyone struggles with unstable work, inadequate pay, and unsustainable livelihood. Although you work hard, it is hard to afford transport or a decent meal. Once you pay the rent you begin to worry about next month. Your bills pile up, and the council cuts electricity supply. Part-time workers are used to this life. Even if I sell 20 cups of 3,800 won coffee, I only get paid 6,030 won an hour. I used to hate myself. How could I have pride in what I do? How could I be respected for what I do? Through this film, I follow three female part-time workers on their journey to learning about their rights and becoming political, and of course, the struggles they encounter.