Promotional poster for ...ing
|Directed by||Lee Eon-hee|
|Produced by||Hwang Pil-seon|
|Written by||Kim Jin|
|Music by||Bang Joon-seok|
|Edited by||Lee Hyeon-mi|
|Distributed by||Tube Entertainment|
|Running time||104 minutes|
The unusual title of this introspective and well-executed film refers to the present continuous tense in English. Directed with confidence and a clear-eyed perspective by Lee Eon-hee, it captures a sense of what it feels like to be on the inside of an everyday tragedy. At the same time, the film's warmth and humor help the viewer to appreciate the joy and poignancy of the present.
Min-ah (Im Soo-jung) is a young woman who has become reserved and aloof to the world as a result of her chronic illness and deformed hand. The film quietly portrays the unconventional, yet endearing relationship between Min-ah and her mother Mi-sook (Lee Mi-sook), as well as Min-ah's development as she is befriended by the high-spirited and carefree photographer Young-jae (Kim Rae-won) who moves into their apartment complex.
- 그녀에게 "Within Her"
- 첫사랑 "First Love"
- Beautiful One
- Tres Quarto
- 기다림 "Waiting"
- 구름우산 "Cloud Umbrella"
- 선물 "Gift"
- 잘있어요...? "Goodbye...?"
- 버스 "Bus"
- 기다림 "Waiting" (Piano Version)
- Cinema of Korea
- Contemporary culture of South Korea
- Index of Korea-related articles
- List of Korean language films
- http://www.oooing.com/ (Korean)
- ...ing at HanCinema
- ...ing at the Korean Movie Database
- ...ing at the Internet Movie Database
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