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러프컷세일

레드마리아 2Red Maria 2

  • Production Country : Republic of Korea
  • Category : 휴먼, 역사
  • Original Language : Korean, Japanese, English
  • Format : HD
  • Production Status : Completed (1 Number of Screening)
  • Production Schedule : 01/2013
  • Number of Episodes : 120min * 1episodes
Log Line

Time goes by.Memories pile high.

Synopsis

Korean sex worker Yon-hee goes to Japan to build solidarity with her counterparts there. Yamasita Young-ae heads for Kyoto to give a lecture on how former prostitute-turned-comfort women were left out of the movement to achieve justice for comfort women. Korean professor PARK Yu-ha is Sued by former comfort women because of her book 『Comfort Women of the Empire』. Reportage writer Kawada Fumiko Tells the story of BAE Bon-ki, a Korean who worked as a comfort woman in Okinawa. Shuttling between the issue of sex workers who refuse to be pictured as victims and the issue of comfort women who couldn’t even be acknowledged as victims, the film reveals stories that had disappeared from official memory.

Director / Producer
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    Kyung Soon(Director)

    Director Kyung-soon’s first film, Mindullae (1999), won her the Best Documentary award at the Busan film festival. The film continued to win more awards at various film festivals and she began to get noticed by the film community. In 2001 she experimented further with documentary form and internet screenings with her film Patriot Game (2001), which brought her more favorable attention. Director Kyung-soon has been praised by critics for ignoring the standard practice of focusing on characters and sensational content in her documentaries. Instead, she uses her individual viewpoint to reach deep insights concerning society and culture within her documentaries. Up until now, Director Kyung-soon’s film include What Do People Live For (2003), a film documenting struggles surrounding Presidential Truth Commission on Suspicious Deaths, Shocking Family (2006), a film that playfully criticizes traditional notions of family, and Red Maria (2011), which asks new questions regarding women’s bodies and work. In her newest film, Red Maria 2 (2015), Director Kyung-soon explores deep questions about life through an investigation of women’s bodies and the stigma attached to them.

  • R_레드마리아2_감독,프로듀서_경순.jpg
    Kyung Soon(Producer)

    Director Kyung-soon’s first film, Mindullae (1999), won her the Best Documentary award at the Busan film festival. The film continued to win more awards at various film festivals and she began to get noticed by the film community. In 2001 she experimented further with documentary form and internet screenings with her film Patriot Game (2001), which brought her more favorable attention. Director Kyung-soon has been praised by critics for ignoring the standard practice of focusing on characters and sensational content in her documentaries. Instead, she uses her individual viewpoint to reach deep insights concerning society and culture within her documentaries. Up until now, Director Kyung-soon’s film include What Do People Live For (2003), a film documenting struggles surrounding Presidential Truth Commission on Suspicious Deaths, Shocking Family (2006), a film that playfully criticizes traditional notions of family, and Red Maria (2011), which asks new questions regarding women’s bodies and work. In her newest film, Red Maria 2 (2015), Director Kyung-soon explores deep questions about life through an investigation of women’s bodies and the stigma attached to them.

Production Company
  • Name : Red Snowman

    Contact : 010-3798-4626 / redsnowman@hanmail.net

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