<i>Jool-tak-dong-si (Stateless Things)</i>. 2012. South Korea. Written and directed by Kim Kyung-mook
  • Stateless Things

    2012. South Korea. Kim Kyung-mook. 118 min.

Sunday, September 23, 2012, 5:30 p.m.

Theater 1 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1), T1

  • Stateless Things

    2012. South Korea. Written and directed by Kim Kyung-mook. With Paul Lee, Yeom Hyun-jun, Kim Sae-byeok, Lim Hyung-kook. The “stateless things” in the title of documentarian Kim’s first narrative feature are three marginalized young people in Seoul: a teenage North Korean defector and a Chinese Korean girl who occasionally do odd jobs together, and a gay hustler who, for a while anyway, has a lovely apartment and a sugar daddy. At once harsh and dreamy, the film treats its dispossessed characters with a hopeful empathy, bringing them together in a fresh and provocative manner. In Korean; English subtitles. 118 min.

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