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NARRATIVE FEATURE | 110 MIN | 2010

PAJU

After a haunting accident while on the lam, Joongshik migrates to Paju, a gray town where the urban landscape is as bleak as the fate of its residents. In attempts to remain in hiding and sublimate the tragedies of his past, he finds a kindred spirit with secrets of her own. Her younger sister, Eunmo, disapproving of the romantic arrangement, quickly drives a wedge into the already aloof relationship. Delicately unveiled through an anachronistic period of eight years, Paju tells the story of a man and his transgressions, a girl in conflict with herself, and the alienation that we often face—even in the presence of those we love.

From religion to social reinvention, writer/director Park Chan-Ok (Jealousy is My Middle Name, TFF '03) leaves no controversial stone unturned by exploring the dialectical forces at work within of a community that simultaneously resists and accepts change.

Film Information
Year: 2009
Length: 110 minutes
Language: Korean
Country: South Korea
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: Lee Sun-kyun, Seo Woo
Director: Park Chan-ok
Screenwriter: Park Chan-ok
Producer: TPS Company
Director of Photography: Kim Woo-hyung
Presented By: Myung Films
Lighting: Kim Seung-kyu
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About the Director(s)
Park Chan-ok studied film at Hanyang University and the Korea National University of Arts before directing several award-winning shorts. She was assistant director to one of Korea's leading auteur filmmakers, Hong Sang-soo, and her first feature, Jealousy Is My Middle Name, received critical acclaim.

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