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  • 한국 환경영화의 흐름
Synopsis There is a couple who used live to near Fukushima. When the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster breaks out, the couple relocates to Tokyo where they learn the wife is pregnant with their child. The wife, fearful of giving birth to a deformed child due to radioactive contamination, attempts to get an abortion which the husband is against. The husband tries to dissuade his wife, claiming that Fukushima is not like Chernobyl. But when he fails, he goes back to his home in Fukushima to find proof that the contamination level is not so severe. What he finds there is…
Director
KIM Ki-duk 김기덕
His first film Crocodile (1996) helped him to become a representative for Korean directors, as well as build KIM Ki-duk’s world of films. He won the Best Director Award in both the Berlinale and the Venice Film Festival for Samaria (2004) and 3-Iron (2004). He was also awarded at the Cannes Film Festival for Arirang (2011). Pieta (2012) was the first Korean film ever to win the Golden Lion Award at the Venice Film Festival.
Director KIM Ki-duk
Country Korea
Year 2015
Running Time 85min
Genre Fiction
Screening Schedule
    2020.7.2 — 7.15