Lee-Kil Bora [CINEMADAL]The engine that drives director Lee-Kil Bora to start a new film always seems to be her family: Her debut documentary “Glittering Hands” was about her parents’ language and the hearing-impaired community. In her second film “Untold,” which comes out today, the director interviews three victims of the Vietnam War who are living proof that ordinary Vietnamese were in fact massacred by Korean soldiers. However, her voyage into the Vietnam War started with her grandfather, who was a proud veteran of the war. That’s how the director remembers him growing up, but she was shocked to find out that there were actual massacres carried out by Korean soldiers. “How can these two very different memories exist at the same time, I wondered,” the filmmaker said during a recent interview with the Korea JoongAng Daily at a cafe in Mok-dong, western Seoul. The film is based on interviews with three victims – Nguyen Thi Thanh, Nguyen Lap and Dinh Cam – and also follows Nguyen Thi Thanh’s visits to Korea to meet with the so-called comfort women victims in 2015 and to attend the People’s Tribunal on War Crimes by South Korean Troops during the Vietnam War as a… Read full this story
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