Driving School

Driving School


Total votes: 6

Director: Yu Su Jin

Release Date: May 28, 2020

Duration: 37 min.

Year: 2020

Country: South Korea

Native Title: 드라이빙 스쿨

Content Rating: 15+ – Teens 15 or older

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Genre: Comedy


Dreaming of being a film director, Choi Seon lies that she possesses a Level 1 driver’s license so she can join the production team and work with her favorite director. However, in reality, every time she takes the test, she fails. The deadline to submit her driver’s license to the assistant director approaches, and she heads to the driver’s license test center for one last hope. During the test, things keep gettingmessed up and don’t go as expected. Would Seon obtain her Level 1 driver’s license? Seon has low self-esteem. She enjoys tarot reading although she goes to church. She is very committed to her boyfriend yet she is worried that they might break up. Her passion for film exceeds everyone else, but unsure of the path she is taking. Her life which is not working out as intended is like a never-ending driver’s license test. For Seon, Level 1 driver’s license refers to the society filled with strangers who blurts out “girls don’t know squat” that she has to live with or the ‘pride license’ she must obtain.

(Source: JIFF)


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