To show how a typical Korean father behaves, Yunkyung Jo trained the Betacam on her own, much to her family’s annoyance. Her documentary (2001, 61 min.) offers an unflinching look at a nuclear family in which the patriarch rules supreme but constantly spars with his wife and an extended family whose relationships reflect the imbalance of power between Korean men and women. The frustration, disappointment, and recrimination are all on display, underscored by Jo’s frank voice-over; in one potent shot Jo’s mother, who sacrificed a career in TV journalism to marry, dances with a phantom partner.