Interview with Filmmaker Dakyum Breanna Lee (Abraxas of Emotions: Joy, Anger, Sorrow, and Excitement)

Matthew Toffolo's Summary

Abraxas of Emotions: Joy, Anger, Sorrow, and Excitement, 11min., South Korea, Experimental
Directed by Dakyum Breanna Lee
The main character is an artist who is being interviewed about the mysterious creature that she witnessed when she was a little kid. While drawing a composite of the creature, inside her mind, each of the four primary emotions (joy, anger, sorrow, and excitement) portrayed as scientists operate various experiments to test what the mysterious creature is. In the end, the artist realizes something about what the creature and her emotions have in common.

Get to know the filmmaker:

1. What motivated you to make this film?

I wanted to try making at least one film before I go to college to study film. So during the summer break, as I was pondering what to make the film about, I found a film festival whose topic of the year was “emotions.” Though I…

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