Hajun Blooms

Directed by Mary Kim

A Korean American young adult becomes infatuated with girls after an encounter at the park and explores their sexuality, but is thwarted by the Church’s interference.

Directed by Mary Kim
Produced by Sophie Beauchamp, Corey Nguyen, and Mary Kim
Written by mary Kim

About the filmmaker: Mary Kim is a Korean American artist who currently resides in Orange County. She’s a DACA recipient who was born in Sydney Australia and spends a majority of her time creating films, doing photography, and listening to music. She has a background in theatre and is currently attending UCI as an art major. She frequently explores topics that explore coming of age, trauma, gender and sexuality. She enjoys films with a sociological lens and enjoys cooking food with her friends.

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