Purpose of filmIn
The title of this movie, "Its look Sunshine,
"the words “its look” in English have a similar pronunciation to a phrase in Jeju dialect, which we pronounce as, “Eee-Cuh-ruk”. It means "this much." I wanted the film’s viewers to feel what it is like to have the Jeju language in their mouths, so I named it this way. The mission of this film is to raise awareness that plastic and other unrecyclable materials are pouring into oceans every day, and it is ruining our world. In this story, we highlight how the traditional film development process makes it impossible to break down the residual chemicals or return them to nature. Everyday we use chemicals stronger than the sun without knowing where they come from or where they go. When these chemicals find their way into the sea, they tend to gather with other unrecyclable materials according to the currents and waves. This compiled human waste forms islands and threatens our oceans for eternity, as it will never break down. All kinds of daily necessities, from toothbrushes and shoes to fishing nets and Styrofoam buoys, are already adrift in the sea. “Eco-Beach Combing,” a process of clearing beaches from these harmful materials, sets the scene of this tale and adds to the imagination of the potential contribution that humans can have to reversing this global issue. We are already face to face with the terrible and irreversible repercussions of our actions. If we don't fix our trivial lifestyles starting now, the beauty and power of our oceans will be lost. I hope this film will contribute to making a small change to our gloomy future.