Kim Gang-Il was a paratrooper and he was sent to Gwangju to suppress the Gwangju Democratization Movement in May, 1980. After his release from the military, Kim Gang-Il has worked as a forklift driver. Due to an incident, he traces an uncomfortable truth which has been hidden for the past 20 years.
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
Um Tae-Woong, Kim Kyung-ik, Shim Jung-wan
Kim Ki-duk Film
DOP / Camera
Festivals / Awards
2017: Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Official Selection, Best Director
2018: KOSMORAMA Trondheim International Film Festival, New Directors / Bengaluru International Film Festival, Asian Cinema Competition
LEE Ju-hyoung made the short animation in 2009, which was invited to screen at the Japanese Film Fest and Indie Anifest. His next work was the mid-length , which came in 2010 and screened at the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival. He moved onto his first feature film under the mentorship of KIM Ki-duk in 2013. Written, edited and executive produced by the enfant terrible of indie Korean cinema, had its debut at the Tokyo International Film Festival, where it earned the distinction of receiving the Audience Awards. A comedy-drama about a group of North Korean spies posing as a family in the South, which stars KIM You-mi, JUNG Woo and SON Byong-ho. also screened in the Göteborg and Torino Film Festivals.