Two characters, worlds apart, find a 'Way Home' together 2011/11/04, Source,
Director Lee Jeong-hyang's 2002 sophomore effort, "The Way Home" is a quiet, deftly simple drama that made a huge impact upon its release nine years ago.
Set in a tiny mountain village, the film portrays the relationship between a 77-year-old mute, illiterate grandma (Kim Eul-boon) and her bratty 7-year-old grandson (Yoo Seung-ho) from Seoul. In the vein of Italian neorealist films, "The Way Home" uses non-actors to portray the contrasting but intertwining lives of impoverished people living in the countryside and the urban working class,...More
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