Samuel Kiehoon Lee

2005, 15:49 minutes, colour, English


HANNAH is a palindrome.
A young Korean woman coping with a panic disorder attempts to go out on a blind date.
The film is a story told twice: once backwards and again forwards.
Hannah is caught in a cycle of panic attacks and prescription medication.
She seeks liberty from her mental illness.
She seeks liberty from popping
She seeks liberty from herself.

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