Directed by Han Jay (한제이)
Screenplay by Han Jay (한제이)99min | Release date in South Korea : 2020/10/28
Same-sex couple Eun-soo and Ye-won are living together happily. One day, a terrible traffic accident occurs and Eun-soo is seriously injured and her sister Eunhae dies. Eun-soo is disabled and Eunhae's daughter Soo-min became an orphan. Now Eun-soo and Ye-won are in a position to take charge of Soo-min. Take Me Home is a film that questions the meaning of a family. Right after the accident, Ye-won says, "Are we not family? How can one abandon a family member because of what happened?" Eun-soo responds, "Family? Who acknowledges us as a family?" The three women live together as Ye-won wished and they hope to be one family. They seem to be living like a happy (similar) family as they spend daily routines and visit the beach. But, like Eun-soo's hopeless respond, the norms of the world prevent them from becoming one family. The true virtue of this film is in the ending. Instead of a happy or sad ending, this film, like Do Jong-hwan's poem Ivy, persistently chooses the road of happiness slowly without rushing even if it takes a detour. [MOON Seok]
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