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Runtime: 122 min.

Release: November 5, 2009

Director: Park Gyu-Taek, Ahn Seon-Kyoung

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Country: South Korea

language: Korean

A Blind River

Kwihyang 귀향
  • Movie
  • Korean

SUMMARY

Seong-Chan (Park Sang-Hun) is a Korean adoptee living with a family in Australia. He meets a Korean girl named Ma-Ri, which sparks an interest for Sang-Chan to find his biological mother. He returns to Korea to look for his mother, but his search causes more confusion within Sang-Chan. Sang-Chan then meets a mother and daughter in a motel that brings back his past ...

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NOTES

  1. "A Blind River" is based on Albert Camus' 1944 play "The Misunderstanding" (Le Malentendu).
  2. "A Blind River" was invited to the "International Feature Film Competition" section at the 2009 Zurich Film Festival.