Tiptoeing

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Year
2019
Country
  • South Korea
Runtime
79min
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Agricultural documentarist Kwon has documented her daughter’s growth in Tiptoeing. Her eight-year-old girl was born premature and diagnosed with possibility of cerebral palsy. She still walks on tiptoe. The director has inner conflicts in a mother’s position. Her daughter feels uncomfortable with her mom, because she pushes her not to tiptoe. Kwon's husband pushes her not to film their disabled daughter. Tiptoeing is a very honest and introspective documentary, dealing with solidarity and empathy between parents and children. [KIM Youngjin]

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