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Title Award-winning 'Planet of Snail' documentary out soon
Name 런던 Date 06/12/2012 Hit 4447

WINNER – Best Feature-Length Documentary – IDFA, 2011

In cinemas 22 June 2012

“An elegant and moving documentary... a real joy” Screen Daily

Seung-Jun Yi’s
second feature Planet of Snail, which won the prestigious Best Feature Length Documentary prize at IDFA, is a lyrical and gentle story that deftly touches on the world of disability.  Out in UK cinemas 22 June 2012 courtesy of Dogwoof, Planet of Snail is an unique, refreshing, often funny film that demystifies what life means for people who live with physical impairments.

The film focuses on the relationship between Young-Chan who is deaf-blind and describes himself as a ‘snail’ because he only uses his tactile senses and his wife Soon-Ho who has a spinal injury. They communicate by touch – gently tapping on each other’s fingers, and navigate the trials of daily life with slow, tender shared experiences; the changing of a light bulb is an hour-long, methodical process. But Young-Chan and Soon-Ho will not be together forever and she will not always be there as his eyes and ears to the world, the couple needs to learn the painful process of navigating life without each other.

 
For further information on the film

Yung Kha

020 7831 7252

press@dogwoof.com