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South Korea, 2013 (MIFF 2013)

Director: Park Chan-kyong,Park Chan-wook

MIFF favourite Park Chan-wook (Stoker, MIFF 2013) and his brother Park Chan-kyong reunite after their 2011 Berlinale Best Short Film winning Night Fishing to deliver this tale of an elderly master (Park regular Sang Kang-ho) giving singing lessons to a young girl on a mountain.

D/S Park Chan-wook, Park Chan-kyong WS People In Communications L Korean w/English subtitles TD HD Cam/2012

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