MRS B, A NORTH KOREAN WOMAN

By Jero YUN

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First film - Completed 2015


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Zurich FF 2016
International Documentary Film Competition
    • Year of production
    • 2015
    • Genres
    • First film, Documentary
    • Countries
    • FRANCE, KOREA (South)
    • Languages
    • KOREAN, MANDARIN
    • Duration
    • 70 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Jero YUN
    • Synopsis
    • Mrs. B. worked in a weapons factory in North Korea. Ten years ago, she left her village for China. She intended to work there for a few months then go back home to her husband and their two sons. But she was sold by traffickers to Jin, a poor Chinese peasant. She has become a smuggler herself and she plans to reunite with her two sons who are now living in South Korea. Arrested by the police while crossing illegaly the Thai border, she is transferred to the South Korean immigration service. Mrs B is now living in Seoul with her two sons. But to finally start a new life with her sons, Mrs. B. has to fight for justice. She has been accused of spying and trafficking by National Intelligence Service. A new battle begins for her.
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