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Here's How This Queer Short Film Broke Boundaries In Korea

"Daymoon" examines a relationship between a lesbian and a bisexual woman.

A Korean short film takes a poignant look at the relationship between a bisexual woman and a lesbian. 

Directed by Han Sang-Hee, “Daymoon” follows Se-in, a lesbian who is involved in a romantic relationship with Su-jin, who identifies as bisexual. Se-in must confront her feelings of mistrust and insecurity when Su-jin catches the eye of a man, Kyung-chul. 

When it was first released in 2013, “Daymoon” broke fresh ground in Korea for its portrayal of a bisexual character, according to press notes

You can catch a sneak peek at “Daymoon” above, and then head to Viddsee, an Asian site that curates and shares powerful short films, to view more

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