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She renames herself "Audrey," after Audrey Hepburn, and awkwardly begins to take on a new identity.Physically, she has returned to her youth, but her mind is the same.(Written on May 30) Reviewed below: Miss Granny (Jan 22) -- Venus Talk (Feb 13) -- Tabloid Truths (Feb 20) -- Broken (Apr 10) -- Han Gong-ju (Apr 17) -- A Girl at My Door (May 22) -- A Hard Day (May 29) -- The Admiral: Roaring Currents (Jul 30) -- Haemoo (Aug 13) -- My Ordinary Love Story (Aug 20) -- Tunnel 3D (Aug 20) -- Tazza: The Hidden Card (Sep 3) -- Hill of Freedom (Sep 4) -- The Wicked (Sep 11) -- Cart (Nov 13) -- My Love, Don't Cross That River (Nov 27) -- The Royal Tailor (Dec 24) -- How to Steal a Dog (Dec 31).Having lived a hard life and reached her seventies, Oh Mal-soon is a woman who doesn't take any crap from anyone.Meanwhile, the Sewol ferry disaster in April brought about a widespread sense of pessimism and despondency in Korean society as a whole.
At any rate, both films were massive hits: Silenced took 4.7 million admissions at the Korean box office, while Miss Granny ended up with 8.7 million admissions.
Stunned and despondent, she walks out of the house and starts aimlessly wandering the streets.
It's then that she comes across a curiously old-fashioned looking photo studio known as "Youth Photo." Charmed by the look of the place, she decides to treat herself to a portrait.
Among independent films, Han Gong-ju, which premiered at the Busan International Film Festival in October 2013, enjoyed a particularly successful commercial release for a film of its size, after winning a number of high-profile international festival awards.
In May, the Cannes Film Festival played host to three Korean features, none in competition: debut feature A Girl at My Door, produced by Lee Chang-dong, in Un Certain Regard; thriller A Hard Day in Director's Fortnight; and The Target, a remake of the 2009 French thriller Point Blank.