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Mommy and Me

  • Production Country : Republic of Korea
  • Category : Ethnography
  • Original Language : 한국어, 영어 | Korean, English
  • Format : HD
  • Production Status : Pre-Production
  • Production Schedule : 03/2017~12/2019
  • Number of Episodes : 80min * 1episodes
Log Line

Before a mother dying soon, her son appears after 40 years of separation, but he only speaks English.

Synopsis

She had to give up her son for adoption before, and after 40 years of separation, her son returns home and decides to live with her because his mother is dying soon. The problem is that she only speaks Korean, while her son only speaks English.
They want to get compensated for lost years so much that they often go back 40 years when she had to give up her 3-year-old son for adoption. The middle-aged son acts like a baby for her, while his mother tries to take care of everything about him. He doesn’t know how much longer she could live, but until his mother stays with him, he has many things to do for her.

Director / Producer
  • K_엄마와나_감독,프로듀서_연왕모_w260.jpg
    YEON Wang-mo(Director)

    YEON Wang-mo is an award-winning documentary director and poet. As a poet, he made his debut in 1994, published two poetry books, and won the ‘Contemporary Poetry Award’ in 1998. He has worked on TV documentaries for 25 years, and has travelled 70 countries. To him, documentary-making is a spiritual process to bond with the people in the world in the most profound and meaningful way. His recent documentary which featured an internationally acclaimed violist and 24 children from mixed cultural background in Korea won the ‘International Emmy Award’ in Arts Programming in 2013. And, honored with KIPA Award for Best Director in 2015

  • K_엄마와나_감독,프로듀서_연왕모_w260.jpg
    YEON Wang-mo(Producer)

    YEON Wang-mo is an award-winning documentary director and poet. As a poet, he made his debut in 1994, published two poetry books, and won the ‘Contemporary Poetry Award’ in 1998. He has worked on TV documentaries for 25 years, and has travelled 70 countries. To him, documentary-making is a spiritual process to bond with the people in the world in the most profound and meaningful way. His recent documentary which featured an internationally acclaimed violist and 24 children from mixed cultural background in Korea won the ‘International Emmy Award’ in Arts Programming in 2013. And, honored with KIPA Award for Best Director in 2015

Production Company
  • Name : MomoLudens

    Contact : 010-2247-7709 / momo@momoludens.com

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