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Satellite Girl and Milk Cow

  • Museum of Natural History 1747 Summer Street Halifax, NS, B3H 3A6 Canada (map)

Satellite Girl and Milk Cow - an acclaimed fantasy/science-fiction feature where no one is what they might seem!

Dir. Chang Hyung-yun, Korea, 2014, 81 mins - Korean with English subtitles

Admission is $10 or Festival Pass

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An out of commission satellite picks up a lovelorn ballad on her radio antenna and descends to Earth to find the source of such sincere emotions. But on the way she is caught in the crossfire of a raging magical battle and is transformed into Satellite Girl, complete with Astro Boy-like rocket shoes and weapon-firing limbs.

Meanwhile, the balladeer in question – a loser 20 something at a café open mic – meets the fate that befalls all broken-hearted lovers: he is turned into a farm animal. But love knows no bounds, and aided by the wise and powerful Merlin – a wizard who has been turned into a roll of toilet paper – our duo must evade the all-consuming incinerator monster, the wily pig witch, and other nefarious adversaries in an attempt to be together.

From the brilliant and slightly twisted mind of writer/director Chang Hyung-yun, Satellite Girl and Milk Cow is a heartfelt and wildly entertaining commentary on the possibility for human connection in the crazy, mixed-up, post-modern world we live in.

A local short film screens before the feature: Sometimes Clouds Get in the Way, by Siloën Daley, 2017, 3m

 

Tickets Available With A Festival Pass, Or At The Door A Half Hour Before The Event (Rush Tickets)

 

Earlier Event: May 11
Think Oscar!