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Spring In My Hometown

Quinzaine 1998 | Feature film | 1 h 48

« Human beings are more fragile than glass. » The summer of 1952, at the height of the Korean War. Sungmin and Changhee are best friends. They witness something terrible that they would have preferred not to know: at a deserted mill, Changhee’s mother welcomes a G.I. while Sung-min’s father stands guard as her pimp. Changhee is determined to seek revenge. The next day, without so much as a word to Sungmin, he disappears after setting fire to the mill while a G.I. and a Korean prostitute make love. A year goes by. The horribly bloated body of a young boy is discovered in a swamp near the mill…


In Lee
Oksook Song
Seonhoi Yoo
Sungki Ahn
Yoojung Bae


Kwangmo Lee

Hyungkoo Kim

Seungchul Lee

Sungwon Ham

Il Won

Set decoration
Jae Hee Song, MBC Art Center Co. Ltd.

Production :
Korean Film Art Center
Baek Du-Daegan Co.
Ltd. 3F The House of Art, 158-1
Wonseo-Dong, Jongrogu
Seoul 110 280, République de Corée
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Vente à l'’étranger :
Korean Film Art Center