This documentary movie depicts the painful memory of the isolated people who were sent to Sorok-do (the small island in southwestern Korea) in 1930s. During the Japanese colonial period, people with l... More
Grab a box of popcorn for the perfect urban escapism. A group of exciting summer film festivals awaits audiences at selected Seoul theaters near you, so there is no need to travel far to shake off the heat and stress. Until the end of August, "Next Plus Summer Film,...More
Out damn spiders, bring me indies 2007/05/10, Source, Not all the films conquering the movie screens of the world are about flying spiders. Look around and you will find film festivals with a feast of small films with bigger ideas, such as the Indie Forum and Cinehue Orchestra, both of which start tomorrow in downtown Seoul. From dead serious documenta,...More
This documentary movie depicts the painful memory of the isolated people who were sent to Sorok-do (the small island in southwestern Korea) in 1930s. During the Japanese colonial period, people with leprosy were segregated on this island. Now, they fight against the Japanese government for the injustice and discrimination committed against them. The movie quietly suggests that their painful history is old but not gone. All ages are admitted.
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