After My Death (Korean: 죄 많은 소녀; RR: Joe maneun sonyeo) is a 2017 South Korean mystery drama film written, directed and edited by Kim Ui-seok and stars Jeon Yeo-been, Seo Young-hwa and Go Won-hee.
|After My Death|
|Directed by||Kim Ui-seok|
|Screenplay by||Kim Ui-seok|
|Starring||Jeon Yeo-been |
|Edited by||Kim Ui-seok|
|Music by||Sunwoo Jung-a|
When her missing classmate and close friend Kyung-min (Jeon So-nee) is suspected of committing suicide, Young-hee (Jeon Yeo-been) becomes the prime suspect because she was the last one seen with Kyung-min on the night of her disappearance. Young-hee faces accusations from Kyung-min's mother (Seo Young-hwa) as well as her quick-to-condemn classmates. She insists on her innocence and tries to find out the truth on her own. When the school and her family offer her no support with the bullying she is experiencing, she decides to commit suicide herself.
- Jeon Yeo-been as Young-hee
- Seo Young-hwa as Kyung-min's mother
- Go Won-hee as Han-sol
- Jeon So-nee as Kyung-min
- Lee Bom as Da-som
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2017||Seoul Independent Film Festival||Independent Star Award||Jeon Yeo-been||Won|||
|22nd Busan International Film Festival||New Currents Award||Kim Ui-seok||Won|||
|Actress of the Year Award||Jeon Yeo-been||Won|||
|2018||University Film Festival of Korea||Best Film||After My Death||Won|||
|Fribourg International Film Festival||Best Feature Films - Special Jury Prize||After My Death||Won|||
|Muju Film Festival||New Vision Award||Kim Ui-seok||Won|||
|39th Blue Dragon Film Awards||Best New Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Nominated|
|Best New Director||Kim Ui-seok||Nominated|
|19th Busan Film Critics Awards||Best New Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Won|||
|18th Director's Cut Awards||Best Vision Award||Kim Ui-seok||Won|||
|2019||6th Wildflower Film Awards||Best Director (Narrative Films)||Kim Ui-seok||Nominated|
|Best Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Nominated|
|Best Screenplay||Kim Ui-seok||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Baek Sung-bin||Nominated|
|Best Music||Sunwoo Jung-a||Nominated|
|Best New Director (Narrative Films)||Kim Ui-seok||Won|||
|55th Baeksang Arts Awards||Best New Director||Kim Ui-seok||Nominated|
|Best New Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Nominated|
|28th Buil Film Awards||Best New Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Won|||
|Best New Director||Kim Ui-seok||Won|||
|Chunsa Film Art Awards||Best New Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Won|||
|2020||56th Grand Bell Awards||Best New Director||Kim Ui-seok||Nominated|||
|Best New Actress||Jeon Yeo-been||Won|||
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- ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "After My Death (2018)". Korean Film Council. Retrieved 2 December 2019.
- ^ Ha, Soo-jung (January 17, 2020). 제56회 대종상 영화제 2월 25일 개최..'기생충' 11개 부문 최다 후보 [공식] [The 56th Daejongsang Film Festival was held on February 25th.. Most candidates in 11 categories of ‘Parasite’ [Official]]. News Chosun (in Korean). Retrieved June 9, 2020.
- ^ [제56회 대종상]'기생충' 작품상 포함 5관왕 달성…이병헌·정유미 주연상(종합) [[56th Daejong Award] Achievement of 5 crowns including'parasite' work award... Lee Byung-Hun and Yoo-Mi Jeong starring (General)]. Herald Corporation (in Korean). June 3, 2020. Retrieved June 9, 2020 – via Naver.