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Susie, who runs out of chocolate, suddenly finds a plate of chocolate on her roommate's desk. She uses all sorts of ways to extort the chocolate from her roommate.
In modern society, there is a severe disconnection of dialogue. Even if it's a roommate. 99% started with this social problem. Instead of speaking kindly just to get a small piece of chocolate, Susie chose to take it by force and soon gets the right punishment.
Also, the fact that the chocolate was a bitter piece of 99% cacao that had no ordinary sweetness indicates the relationship between people who were not interested in each other. Karine was giving Susie an implicit hint by watching Kakao-related videos throughout the movie. But Susie, who focuses only on chocolate, which is the goal, misses it. 99% described these problems in a humorous way.
Get your Ticket to see 99% at the F&MAD Film Festival on Thursday, April 13 at MEGABOX.
Heewon Lim was born in Seoul, South Korea, and grew up there until she was 20. She is currently studying Film in the Department of Film Media Arts at the Utah Asia Campus. She likes the new inspiration she gives in her daily life, and she likes to share her emotions by imagining it.
Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Writer, Production Designer, and Sound Designer
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