Documentary questions role of marriage in patriarchal society 2012/02/09, Source, 'My first intention was to capture the diverse stories of people who live outside the norm as unmarried couples .?.?. ' - Ji Min
Documentary film "2 Lines" depicts the struggles of a couple trying to deviate from traditional marriage practices. But the path of Ji Min (left), who also directed the film, and her longtime partner Lee Choul is challenged when a pregnancy test (far right) shows positive. The 81-minute documentary questions the role of marriage in a patriarchal and conservative Korean society. Provided by Cinema Dal
Director Ji Min gets personal in her latest documentary "2 Lines", capturing on camera her own struggle to deviate from traditional marriage practices and the challenging journey her partner and she embark on when a pregnancy test shows positive,...More
Korean film in 2012 2012/02/01, Source,
The Korean film industry has a lot to offer for the year of 2012. Korean films have been gathering more attention around the world and in the domestic market, as Korean films gain attention and Korean actors and producers take part in more international collaborations.
According to the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the market share for Korean films was 51.9%, up from 46.5 in 2010 and marking the first time in modern history that Korean moviegoing audiences showed a marked preference for domestic movies. As well, film exports increased by 14% in 2011,...More
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