Film Screening: Aloners
Living alone is fine, but being alone is hard.
Jina is the best employee at a credit card company call centre. She avoids building close relationships, choosing instead to live and work alone.
Jina maintains her solitary lifestyle well until her irritating neighbour, who would attempt to strike up conversations with her, is discovered dead a few days after his lonely death. From that moment, tons of relationships she decided to ignore suddenly start to bug her: her father hounding her over her mother’s inheritance, Sujin, a new recruit, who is bothersome but likeable, and nonchalant Seonghun, her new neighbour.
Directed by Hong Sung Eun
South Korea / 2021 / 91 min / Korean (with English subtitles) / PG (some sexual references)
($5 refundable deposit)
This film programme is brought to you in partnership with the Mental Health Film Festival Singapore (MHFFS).
Mental Health Film Festival Singapore (MHFFS) is a registered charity providing a safe platform for audiences to learn more about different aspects of mental health through a series of films, panel conversations, and workshops.