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[New Movie] "The Land on the Waves" A Family Must Piece Itself Back Together

2018/05/12 | Permalink | Source

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"The Land on the Waves" (2018)

Directed by Lim Taegue

With Park Jung-hak, Lee Tae-kyoung, Maeng Se-chang, Yang Jo-a,...

Synopsis
Moon-seong has been a father living alone supporting his family abroad for 15 years and he struggles to overcome from failure in business. His son Do-jin suddenly drops out of school and comes back home to introduce fiancee. Disappointed that his son has betrayed his expectation, and having learned that his father, who was falsely charged for espionage, has finally been proved innocent, Moon-seong heads to hometown Gunsan. The moment he meets father, who he repudiated decades ago, he sees his father lying in a vegetative state. He is taken aback to see stranger Eun-hye taking care of father. He feels awkward about Gunsan and everyone around him except for family members. He has to accept everything new. Lim Taegue, who won the Grand Prize at the Jeonju International Film Festival "with The Seeds of Violence" (2017), engraved the scar of history among landscapes worn out in time. [KIM Youngjin]
Festival
The 19th Jeonju International Film Festival 2018 - Korean Competition

No release date in Korea yet

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