Directed by Jero Yun.
2017. South Korea and China. 71 minutes. .
In 2003, Mrs. B. left her husband and two sons behind in North Korea and was sold into marriage. A decade later, she's running a robust trafficking business from a small farm in northern China. This film is a closely observed verite portrait of a world-weary woman who finds herself between countries, worlds, and families. The result is a powerful look at the mundane realities of life for both trafficker and trafficked, overturning clichéd notions about a mysterious trade.
Distributed by Icarus Films.
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