The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow


Rafael 3 Sun, Oct 11, 2015 12:45 PM
Lark Theatre Sun, Oct 18, 2015 2:00 PM
Film Info
Section:Children's FilmFest
Country:South Korea
Running Time:81 min
Premiere Status:North American
Director:Chang Hyung-yun
Producer:Cho Young-Kag
Screenwriter:Chang Hyung-yun
Cast:Yoo Ah-in
Jung Yu-mi
Print Source:Gkids
Note Writer:Roberta McNair


There’s some weird magic going on in the Korean city where Kyung-chun is trying to make his name as a musician and where heartbroken humans transform into animals. Kyung-chun himself becomes a Holstein cow after his girlfriend dumps him. Not only that, there’s a competition between a flying incinerator that wants to burn him to ash and a black-market organ thief who’s after his liver. Not even the wizard Merlin is immune to all the hocus pocushe’s been turned into a roll of enchanted toilet paper. Meanwhile, a curious satellite becomes a metallic girl and visits Earth to find the owner of the beautiful voiceKyung-chunwhose love songs reached her heart in outer space. Surreal and wonderfully inventive, this animated fable is chockfull of whimsical, offbeat humor; quirky character designs; and gorgeous backgrounds. The film marks an impressive feature debut for writer-director Chang Hyung-yun. Ages 10+

In Korean with English Subtitles

Additional Information

Chang Hyung-yun was born in 1975 in Gwang-yang, Jeollanam-do. He graduated from the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Department of Political Science and Diplomacy and from the Korean Academy of Animation Arts. He is currently CEO of the animation studio NOWORNEVER.