Directed by Emmanuel Moonchil Park.
2017. South Korea. 94 minutes.
Online Q&A with Emmanuel Moonchil Park.
In 2016, a small farming town in South Korea, Seongju, staged fierce protests against the deployment of a US missile defense system, THAAD. The film focuses on the young mothers who were central to this struggle. In the face of escalating military tension, these women have called for peace and negotiations within the region.
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