- Nature meets Korean independent Cinema!
- Special Screening: Barrier Free Version
|Program Note||A sleepy rural village is ravaged by the death of Ms. Hwacheon’s husband who took his life after being robbed of his redevelopment rights. Hwacheon asks her good friend Ms. Seoam to bury her husband in Seoam’s garden to her dismay. Seoam declines the request only to be haunted by the fact that her husband is involved in Hwacheon’s husband’s death. This film is a grotesque portrait of the challenging reality of people who make their livelihood on land they have no ownership over as well as the insidious greed that takes place as people struggle to acquire it.|
LEE TackBorn in South Korea, 1994. He directed The Extreme Nightmare (2019) and Wasteland (2021)