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Kosŭp'ilmop'ondŭ Palgul Yŏngsang Moŭm: Palgul Toen Kwagŏ, Ne Pŏntche = Moving Images From Gosfilmofond : The Past Unearthed, the Fourth Encounter

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"This DVD collection contains various propaganda films of the era, films which the militarist Japanese empire designed to mobilize the colonized Chosun people to the front or into a support role in the rear, from 1937 when the Sino-Japanese War broke out to the early 1940s when the Pacific War was close to its end."--Accompanying booklet.
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Three Extremes: 3 Monsŭtʻŏ

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Three short films released together from three independent movie directors. The 1st film (Box) is about twin sisters who are in the circus with their step father. Because the step father only loves one of the two the unloved sister kills her twin. Later her past comes back to haunt. The 2nd film is about a woman who eats a special dumpling in order to look young again not realizing what was in the dumpling. The 3rd film is about a man who is kidnapped and forced to choose between killing a child and having his pianist wife's fingers cut off.
DVD
2005; 2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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Korea's Ancient Medicine

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Explains Hŏ Chun's Tongŭi pogam which is an important book in traditional Korean medicine. Hŏ Chun was a court physician during the reign of King Sŏnjo of the Chosŏn dynasty in Korea.
DVD
2009
Clemons (Stacks)
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Cinema Asia [electronic resource]: South Korea

While often dealing with pointedly Korean issues, South Korean movies and television shows have pushed beyond their domestic market and are now highly respected by audiences across Asia and the world. This program studies ways in which South Korean films have changed over the decades, profiling a new generation of Korean filmmakers and their industry's tightrope walk between a blockbuster mind-set and more introspective storytelling. Interviews with several South Korean directors and University of London film professor Dr. Chris Berry, along with numerous film excerpts, illustrate political, historical, and feminist insights emerging from Seoul's cinematic community. Several film excerpts are included.
Online
2009; 2007
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Behind Forgotten Eyes [electronic resource]

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While Korea groaned under the harsh colonial rule of Imperial Japan from 1932 until 1945, the Japanese military coerced, tricked, and forced more than 200,000 women of Korea into a brutal and systematic form of sexual slavery on an unimaginable scale. Forbidden to leave the rickety shacks hastily constructed near the front lines of Imperial Japan s aggressive wars, often with a blanket as the room s only "furniture", they were forced to have sex with some 30-40 men every day. Behind Forgotten Eyes presents the stories of a few brave Korean women who have come forward and broken the silence exposing a past that some may want to stay buried. To this day, the Japanese government has yet to formally apologize or pay compensation to these women. Along with the first-hand accounts from Kor [...]
Online
2008; 2007