Screening Room: Compassionate and Liberating "Mirror In Mind"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday August 23, 2016

South Korean filmmaker Seunghee Kim’s two-minute animated film Mirror in Mind (SimGyeong) is a “kaleidoscope of abstract imagery and pulsating sounds” that sends a powerful and compassionate message, notes Short of the Week. That message is about learning to love oneself rather than dwelling on one’s own imperfections. The film, created with drawings on paper and stop-motion animation, was selected in this year’s Slamdance and Flickerfest film festivals and is now also a Vimeo Staff Pick. “Kim’s animation reveals a truth about human nature, specifically our ability to find peace with ourselves if we allow it,” says SOTW.

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