Director: Kangyu Garam
Runtime: 85 minutes
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean with English subtitles
Rating: PG 13 (Some mature content)
This documentary sees director Kangyu revisit her fellow ex-members of Young Feminists, a student group formed from several colleges in the ’90s. Now in their forties, these women have forged their own paths, with different jobs, neighbourhoods and family types. Yet the concerns that united them years ago remain. We follow them as they continue to integrate their beliefs into daily life, as a women’s health movement activist, a feminist singer, an anti-sexual assault activist, etc. This quietly remarkable documentary is a beautiful time stamp on how feminism ha taken and persevered, even when the everyday always seems to be taking over.
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