Move the Grave
Seung o Jeong
South Korea. 2019. 98 min
With the story of a family gathering before moving their father’s grave, this film is full of episodes that make us realize the wearifulness of living. The eldest daughter Hye-young receives a message saying that she has to move her father’s grave, on the day she was asked to leave the company. She contacts with her younger sisters and brother, and they assemble at their uncle’s house. Her younger sister Geum-ok has a hard time with marriage, Geum-hee feels stressful with preparing for her wedding, and Hye-yeon is struggling with her belated college life. The only male in her family, her youngest brother Seung-rak has not even shown up at all. They constantly quarrel and scratch themselves but ironically affirm their respective dignity.
JEONG O SEUNG
Born in 1986, Incheon, South Korea. He has directed 5 shorts which include Birds Fly Back to the Nest (2016). Move the grave is his first feature film.
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