[Photo] New Poster Added for the Upcoming Korean Documentary "The Confessions of May in the Wilderness"
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New poster added for the upcoming Korean documentary "The Confessions of May in the Wilderness" (2020)
Directed by Kim Tae-yeong-II
The movie is a compilation of the movie "Wilderness" in which a member of the airborne unit who killed a girl during the Gwangju Democratization Movement burned himself to death with remorse and "Mr. Kant's Presentation", the story of a man who wanders around as a result of torture after participating as a civilian army.
"Mr. Kant's Presentation"
In May 1980, he joins the civilian army in Gwangju and loses his sister to the martial law army.
Kant, a young man who becomes a wanderer due to aftereffect, gets dragged away by the police on the day the Justice Priests' Foundation announces the truth about the Park Jong-chul Torture Manipulation Case, being forced to reveal his identity...
In May 1980, with memories of Gwangju deeply engraved, Kim Eui-ki (Jo Sun-mook), a soldier who defected from the military, has been running away for six months, agonizing over his weakness in which he cannot perform any act of will. While wandering around, he works at a bar called "25 Hours", in Gunsan's base town of 'Silver Town', where there are countless human armies living against the U.S. military every day.
Release date in Korea : 2020/10/28