Juvenile Offender (Beom-joe so-nyeon)
Lee Jung-hyun, Seo Young-ju, Jun Ye-jin / Fiction / Korean
Is there a future for the family?
Kang Yi-kwan was born in Seoul. His feature debut Sa-kwa in 2005 was an upbeat film of a woman’s conflicts, relationship and marriage. It was invited to numerous international film festivals, winning the 30th Toronto International Film Festival FIPRESCI Award and the 53rd San Sebastian International Film Festival Mont Blanc Award for New Screenwriters. Kang directed If You Were Me 5: Two Teeth in 2011, a film on the rights of North Korean defectors. He was invited by the National Human Rights Commission of Korea to direct a film on the human rights of criminal offenders, resulting in Juvenile Offender.
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