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[Photos] Added new poster and stills for the Korean movie 'Half'

2016/01/11 | 389 views | Permalink | Source

Added new poster and stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Half" (2014)

Directed by Kim Se-yeon

With Ahn Yong-joon, Jung Yoo-suk, Song Young-kyu, Moon Se-yoon, Jin Hye-kyung, Kim Min-seo,...

Synopsis
Working at a transgender bar, Min-a is a female with male genitals. When her colleague is assaulted by a male customer, she steps in to help, only to accidentally kill the assaulter. At the court, Min-a insists that she had no choice – she had to protect her colleague - but the situation is not favorable to her. Taking advantage of her sexual identity, the prosecutor drives the case as if the murder were a result out of jealousy, and Min-a's own lawyer does not pay attention to her situation. Not until Min-a is placed in a men's jail and is seized with terror do the human rights issues for transgender people emerge. Min-a is finally transferred to a prison for females, but still she suffers from misunderstanding. Presenting the transgender human rights issues as a court drama, this film tries to correct the myriad misunderstandings toward transgender people. Director Kim Se-yeon made this film based on a true story about a transgender person jailed with male inmates. This is also a court drama that embraces the conventional styles rather than new techniques. (NAM Dong-chul)

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Busan International Film Festival (2014) - upcoming Korean Cinema Today-Panorama

Release date in Korea : 2016/01/21

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