Nobody’s Daughter Haewon
A young film student named Haewon finds herself at loose ends when her mother moves to Canada and the various men in her life only make matters more complicated and unresolved. Meanwhile, Haewon floats between her dreams and indecisions in a non-committal attempt to find her own identity. South Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo switches his focus from the failing male characters that populate his films to a slightly more ambitious but equally ambivalent female character. Told in diary form, Nobody's Daughter Haewon is spiked with a dry and biting humor that Hong has perfected.
Best New Actress from Korean Association of Film Critics. Berlin International Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Toronto International Film Festival, New York Film Festival.