“You’re so precious to me” Director “It wasn’t easy to deal with the hearing and hearing impairment…I want to talk about the difficulty of communication”

[Reporter Han Hyeon-jeong, Daily Economy Star Today]

Director Lee Chang-won of “You Are So Precious to Me” explained that he wanted to talk about “Difficulty in Communication” through audio-visual impairment materials.

Director Lee Chang-won said at Lotte Cinema Konkuk University entrance in Seoul on the afternoon of the 27th, “I was interested in the difficulty of communication in terms of the difficulty of communication.”

Director Lee said, “I felt like I was in prison even when I was with my family. But I don’t think it’s just people with disabilities who have trouble communicating right now. Everyone is experiencing some disabilities in communication,” he said. “In that sense, I think it’s not a movie about the disabled, but about the difficulties of communication that humans face.”

Jin Gu said, “I’ve never done a warm and healing work from the beginning to the end, so I wanted to challenge a different work.”

“Jae-sik is pathetic, frustrating, and things don’t work out,” he said. “I tried to give you a laughing point to rest because I thought you might be bored for two hours.” “I can’t even see Jae-sik (Jin Gu), a movie that the public doesn’t know, but feels the world with his fingertips.” Jin Gu, Jeong Seo-yeon, Kang Shin-il, Jang Hye-jin and Park Ye-ni will appear. Released on May 12th.

Photo by Yoo-Seok Yoo/ kiki2022@mk.co.kr

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