Leafie - A hen into the wild
Ma-dang-eul na-on am-tak
She manages to escape from captivity using her wit only to find herself being hunted down by the weasel One Eye. But she is saved by Wanderer, the brave guardian duck. As she gets used to the life in the wild, Leafie realizes that Wanderer has a beautiful female duck with white feathers as a mate. Then one day, his mate is killed by One Eye. Leafie enters their nest and finds a warm egg and sits on it tenderly. Time passes and the egg hatches on the night that Wanderer gets killed by One Eye. Seeing a patch of green on the babys head, Leafie names him Greenie and takes care of him as her son. They move to the swamp where Leafie manages to find a home. However, the difference between a mother chicken and her baby duck prove to be challenging. And one day, Greenie gets caught by the chicken farm owner and is on the verge of losing his wings. Hearing the news, Leafie rushes to the farm to save Greenie !
Oh Sung-yoon (b. in Seoul, South Korea) studied painting at Seoul National University and later went to work for the animation production company "Seoul Movies". He is now currently producer and director working for the production company "Odolttogi". His filmography includes "The Little Dinosaur Dooly" (1996), "Lazenca" (1997) and "Goindol" (1999). "Leafie" is his feature film debut.
Selected filmography: "Leafie" (2011, "Kino pavasaris").
- Year: 2011
- Country: South Korea
- Runtime: 93 min.
- Director: Oh Seong-yun
- Screenwriters: Kim Eun-jung, Na Hyun
- Actors: Moon So-ri, Yoo Seung-ho, Choi Min-sik, Park Chul-min, Kim Sang-hyun
- Producers: Eun Lee, Jaemyung Shim, Sunku Kim
- Cinematographer: Lee Jong-hyuk
- Company: Fine Cut Co.
- Dialogs: Korean
- Subtitles: Lithuanian, English
- Classification: A
- IMDB rating: 6.8