Plastic Girls

“I love Plastic Girls! It’s so beguiling and gorgeously shot and the music is really eerie and evocative. We need more men filmmakers thinking about these things.” (Jude Dry – IndieWire)

“A unique film that shows the rawness of Korea’s reality in a different way.” (Lee Myung-Se – director of Nowhere To Hide, Duelist, M)

With slow graceful movements and digitally generated messages, Plastic Girls make a conspicuous contribution to the sexualisation of public space in front of their owners premises.

PLASTIC GIRLS is the last film of a Korea related trilogy following BIKINI WORDS and LAST LETTERS