Directed by Ahn Hae-ryong (안해룡)
Screenplay by Yang Jing-ja (양징자)95min | Release date in South Korea : 2009/02/26
"My Heart Is Not Broken Yet" is a documentary co-produced by South Korea and Japan
This film tells the story of the trial and struggle of Grandma Song Sin-do who has continually campaigned for redress in the issue of the comfort women drafted into sexual slavery for Japanese troops during the war.Although she lost the trial, her statement that “My soul is undefeated” reveals her desire to fight independently against the scars caused by the war and historical prejudice.
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