Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
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The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow

In this charming and fanciful animated tale from South Korean director Chang Hyung-yun, a broken-hearted musician, Kyung-Chun, has been turned into a milk cow. That by itself would be bad enough: He’s also forced to outrun the nefarious Mr. Oh, who’s determined to steal and sell his liver. And in an even more confusing turn of events, Kyung-Chun may be falling in love with Il-ho, a satellite who has taken the form of a girl in order to study the behavior of humans. As Kyung-Chun laments, “A satellite and a milk cow –it can never work!” Or can it? Wild, sweet, and delightfully unhinged, The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow may be the only love story ever told in which a magical roll of toilet paper is instrumental in bringing a lonely boy and girl –or is that a cow and a satellite?– together forever. Either way, it’s a match made in Milky Way heaven. SZ


Título original: Woo-ri-byul Il-ho-wa Ul-ruk-so
Spanish title: La Chica Satélite y Vaca Lechera
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: Color
Minutes: 81
Seconds: 0
Country:
Team:

D, G: Chang Hyung-yun  

DA: Kim Young-jae  

S: Pyo Yong-soo, Koh Eun-ha  

M: Ko Kyung-chun  

P: Cho Young-kag  

PE: Goh Young-jae, Bryan Kim  

CP: Animation Studio Nowornever  


Cast:

I: Yoo Ah-in, Jung Yu-mi, Lee Don-yong


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Indiestory. Choi Hyo-ju
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Sunday 19 - 13:25 h
Village Caballito Room: 4
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Tuesday 21 - 19:30 h
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Chang Hyung-yun Corea del Sur

Born in South Korea in 1975, he studied Political Science and Diplomacy at the Hankuk University, and Film at the Korean Academy of Animation Arts. Some of his films are Maybe I Am Blind (2002), The Wolf Daddy (2005), A Coffee Vending Machine and Its Sword (2007), and My Friend Go-ra-ni (2009).



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