Are you ready to face the tragic memory of Yongsan?
In October 2015, the evicted residents who had imprisoned on a false charge of killing a policeman assembled in a place for the first time after the Yongsan Disaster six years ago. They had occupied a watchtower against unreasonable redevelopment policies and in protest against violent suppression used by riot police in 25 hours of their sit-in demonstration. Their colleagues had died from an unknown fire, and they became criminals. The delight of meeting again lasts only briefly. The ‘comrades’ rip out cruel words while blaming each other. What happened to them in the interim?
KIM Il-rhan is an activist of Sexual Minority Cultures and Human Rights Solidarity Pinks. Based on feminism, she has participated in various cultural movements including documentary production. She directed <Mamasang: Remember Me This Way>, <3xFTM> and <Two Doors> and worked as a producer of <The Time of Our Lives>, <Miracle on Jongno Street>, <Nora Noh> and <Milyang, A Welcome Guest>.
LEE Hyuk-sang, an activist of Sexual Minority Cultures and Human Rights Solidarity Pinks, participated in cinematography and technical editing for <Mamasang: Remember Me This Way>, <3xFTM> and <The Time of Our Lives>. In 2010, he directed a debut feature documentary <Miracle on Jongno> Street and participated as a creative director of <Two Doors>.
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