Magazine article Variety

Shin Su-Won: 'I've Always Talked about Those Who Are Left out of the System.'

Magazine article Variety

Shin Su-Won: 'I've Always Talked about Those Who Are Left out of the System.'

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You went to the Berlin festival with "Pluto" in 2013, then presented "Madonna" in Cannes in 2015. How does it feel to have "Glass Garden" open Busan, in your home country?

I feel great that my film opens the biggest film festival in South Korea. Though I feel [sad] about the Busan Film Festival still struggling, I believe [the] films can be appreciated [on their own]. Of course I am both excited and nervous to show my new film for the first time and it doesn't really matter which festival it is.

"Glass Garden" seems to be much more fantastical than your previous works.

I've always talked about those who are left out of the system, and so does "Glass Garden." With this film, I meant to deliver the same theme in a new style. It is true that the setting and the story of "Glass Garden" are more fantastic than those of "Pluto" or "Madonna," and that's what I wanted to do. I've always been a daydreamer and I still enjoy it. …

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