The third in the current season of film screenings at the KCC is a 2016 documentary that presents Korean women as everything from victims of circumstance through to creators of their own destiny.
The Knitting Club (야근 대신 뜨개질)
Director: Park So-hyun (2016) 98 mins
Event Date: 3 August, 7:00pm
Booking: Free admission, booking essential. To reserve your place, please RSVP to email@example.com 02070042600 or reserve via Eventbrite.
When a group of women working in an office get bored with the hardened angry faces that they meet on their way to work on the grey urban mornings of their city commute, they decide to do something about it. In an effort to make the city a happier place for all, they start a knitting club.
As the women become closer friends they realise that they have more in common than they thought. With an inspiring soundtrack and presenting a beautiful way in which people can come together, this documentary is an inspiration for change and for creating alternative platforms for discussion.
“Going from knitting that changes the city, to knitting that changes lives.”